Sharing is caring and therefore, here is a skin care routine, the one that can be followed at home. It takes only so much effort to make your home the skin care clinic and have menial steps to follow to let your skin breathe once in a while. There won’t be one individual who would not want a flawless and scintillating skin that glows and shines and give a feeling of freshness. A little more than a penny and very much less than at a skin doctor is what it takes to get a naturally glowing skin.


Besides your genes skin care is also very much dependent on three steps:

  1. Cleansing
  2. Toning
  3. Moisturizing


It is not an opinion to have these three steps followed each day, but a vehement suggestion to avoid observing any pernicious effects. Skincare naturally shows up and boosts your confidence too. Despite a feel-good essence, it adds up the extra compliments that are hence bestowed.


  1. Cleansing:

Cleansing face

A crucial step in maintaining the routine of skin care at home is washing your face before you go to sleep each day. The same can be followed whence you return from outside. It helps in removing all the dust and humidity from your face. This can be both for winter and your skin care routine in summer. It is not just the most essential and fundamental step in your skincare routine but helps avoid acne, clear open pores, and dullness.

There is rather a correct way to wash your face in a certain motion to get the best effects. Any skin care video can give you that information.


Coming to homemade cleaners, lemon slice, tomato piece, a mixture of curd and turmeric, neem paste as it is or with a few drops of lemon juice are some of the cleansers that can be easily made at home. They have a significant effect on one’s skin. Lemon and tomato are natural cleansers. Neem helps in curing any irritation one might be suffering from. Tomato is a mild facial cleanser. Curd again aids in removing dust and oil and moisturizes instantly, not leaving the skin high and dry.


  1. Toning:


Before you freak out, this is not the astringent lotion with alcohol like the traditional usages suggest. Today we have a huge variety of alcohol-free toners. Since we are talking about skin care at home, apple cider vinegar is the best toner one can ever use. It is not harmful and is super soft on the skin. Curd also acts as a toner for your face. It helps in closing the pores after cleansing.


Toning is essential to close the open pores that in fact, get exposed after cleansing. To settle the pH of the skin and to get it relaxed so that it gets prepared for moisturizing, toning is inevitable.  Again it can be part of your day and night skincare routine. A skin care routine in summer cannot be successful unless a toner is used.


  1. Moisturizing:


Before getting into what is the best moisturizer that can be made at home, it is pivotal to understand what does this do and why is moisturizing necessary. It hydrates the skin and gives it a softer tone. It allows the skin to rest and gain vitamins and necessary proteins. Skin needs to retain the moisture to heal and or to maintain the way it is.


Coming back to homemade moisturizers, a mixture of hardened milk, a pinch of turmeric and a paste of a single overnight soaked almond for your morning routine is the best moisturizer. Easily available, easy to make and super easy to apply, this moisturizer has the contents of almond, the thickness of milk, and the healing powers of turmeric.


For the night, coconut oil does wonders for your skin care naturally. But again for naturally oily skin, coconut oil might not be that good an option. In that case, any baby oil or cotton soaked in hard milk can be used as an alternative. If you have sensitive skin, then raw milk can be used. Raw milk does the work of a cleanser, toner, and moisturizer all the three at the same time.


Last but not least, the cheapest and easiest skin care at home ingredient is water. Drink at least 3-4 liters of water a day to obtain a natural glow. Sufficient water glow cleans your skin from inside. It cleans the blood, which in turn shows up on your skin.