Celebrity nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar recently shared a picture of Vala or khus roots (vetiver) on her Instagram account and shared quite a few skin and hair care tips for the hot and sultry summer months. This is what she wrote in the picture caption, “3 things you can do to beat the heat and get better hair, skin, digestion this summer –
- Soak a handful of neem leaves in bathing water – prevents dandruff and black heads on the face
- Eat dahi or chaas with lunch – prevents afternoon slump and keeps sugar cravings under check
- Vala or khus roots (vetiver) in your drinking water – tightens pores on the face and prevents body odour.”
Rujuta Diwekar is one of the most popular nutritionists in India with a client list full of B-town celebrities like Kareena Kapoor Khan, Saif Ali Khan, Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan. She has also authored books like books like Don’t Lose Out, Work Out!, Indian Superfoods: Change the Way You Eat and Women and The Weight Loss Tamasha among others. While Rujuta’s suggestions will help you protect your hair and skin from damage during the scorching summer heat, we share other natural remedies to keep dermatological issues at a bay and safeguard your lovely locks.
Applying ghee on your skin helps to moisturize and brighten it. The fatty acids present in it hydrate your dry skin making it soft and supple. If the summer heat has darkened your lip, massaging ghee will lighten them. Ghee doesn’t only benefit your skin, it plays a significant role in protecting your hair as well. Applying it on your hair can prevent split ends, deeply condition the hair and stimulate its growth.
Massage with mustard oil
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