You may be ready for Karwa Chauth but is your skin really ready? A full day of no water or food can leave your skin feeling dull, tired and dehydrated. So while you don that lehenga aiming to look like a million bucks your skin will look like it is crying for help - and makeup won't be to conceal that.

Which is why we stress on amply hydrating and nourishing your skin before Karwa Chauth so that your skin is fully ready to combat and cushion any harm that comes it's way. Because beauty begins from within, we recommend eating these foods to help you get that karwa chauth glow.

 

Hydrate Correctly

Hydrate Correctly

Let's not forget how water is the ultimate magic potion for all your skin problems. We recommend drinking at least 8 glasses of water to stay fully hydrated and detoxifying your skin to get the ultimate radiance. Get sipping already!

 

Get Nutty

Get Nutty

Crunchy and delicious, nuts are your BFF when it comes to nailing a supple glowy skin. Nuts like almonds, walnuts, cashews, and pistachios have proteins, omega, and fats and less found minerals like zinc and copper which improves your skin's health and makes it really smooth. Eat a handful or have a mixed dry fruits shake, NOW!

 

Vitamin C Is The Key

Vitamin C Is The Key

Vitamin C is one vital ingredient you must include in your diet if you want that glowing skin for karwa chauth. Vitamin C is the main ingredient of collagen, which keeps the skin firm and fights wrinkles leaving you with illuminating young skin. Time to eat oranges, lemons, kiwis, and grapefruit.

 

Green Tea & Smoothies

Green Tea & Smoothies

Yes Please! Caffeine and caffeinated drinks have a mild diuretic effect and can dehydrate your skin which is why we recommend consuming green tea and smoothies instead. While green tea is full of antioxidants which are amazing for your skin, smoothies like the avocado smoothie make your skin supple and add a glow.

 

Kale

Kale

It ain't a superfood for nothing! King of all greens, kale is power-packed with Vitamin C, A, and K and antioxidants. All of them work on repairing skin tissues and protecting your skin from environmental damage. All in all, kale is a must have if you want a radiant skin. Don't feel like a smoothie? How about some baked Kale chips or a salad instead to add the glow.