Tips To Take Care Of Your Skin During Period

By Somya Ojha

Troubled with the unsightly breakouts on your period days? Trust us when we say that you're not the only one. All over the world, seven out of ten women experience breakouts around the time of their period.

Apart from the breakouts, there are scores of other skin-related problems like dullness, dryness, etc., that can make your skin appear unclean and lifeless.

At this time of the month, a woman's body goes through various hormonal changes that can wreak havoc on the appearance of her skin. These changes are inevitable and can't be helped. However, with extra care one can prevent the breakouts and ensure that their skin does not look troubled during periods.

how to take care of your skin during period

In case, you're wondering how to do that, we've got you covered. As today at Boldsky, we've zeroed in on the most useful tips that can prove to be hugely rewarding at the time of your periods.

Inclusion of these tips in your beauty routine can keep various menstrual-related skin problems at bay. Countless women have tried these tips and vouch for their effectiveness.

So, just follow the below-stated tips to help your skin stay in tip-top shape when that time of the month rolls around.

Take a look at them here:  


1. Massage Your Skin

Massaging is an age-old technique to boost blood circulation in your skin. This method can come to your skin's rescue during period days. It can effectively combat dryness and dullness, two common period-time skin problems. Just massage your skin with olive oil on a daily basis to get a glowing complexion.


2. Exfoliate Without Fail

Clogged up pores can lead to harrowing breakouts at the time of periods. Prevent that by thoroughly exfoliating your skin before and during periods to ensure that your pores stay clean and free of impurities. For this, you can either use an over-the-counter scrub or just make your own skin scrub by using ingredients like oatmeal, lemon juice, brown sugar, etc.


3. Keep Your Skin Hydrated

At the time of periods, a lot of women complain of dehydrated and dull-looking skin. Avoid these skin-related problems by drinking plenty of water and using a skin toner that can give your skin a major hydration boost.


4. Be Extra Gentle With Your Skin

Your skin tends to become extra delicate during period days. And, not being gentle with your skin can cause rashes and infections. Avoid that, by being extra gentle when you cleanse, exfoliate or apply anything to your skin.


5. Be Consistent

Slathering all kinds of beauty products on your skin at the time of your periods is not going to prevent breakouts. In fact, it can do more harm than good. So, just be consistent in your beauty routine and don't overdo anything that can negatively impact your skin's health.


6. Apply Facial Masks

Facial Masks can act as soothing agents on your skin. Either go for a store-bought facial mask or just prepare it at home by using ingredients like cucumber, aloe vera gel, etc. Application of such facial masks can leave your skin with a radiant glow on it.


7. Opt For Overnight Treatment

When you sleep, your skin cells rejuvenate and revive themselves. That is why, any treatment done in the night can prove to be super beneficial. So, either pamper your skin with an overnight cream or just apply rose water to your skin before going to bed. This type of treatment can help you wake up with glowing skin even during your periods.


8. Apply Light Makeup

During periods, our skin becomes extremely sensitive and may react adversely to cosmetic products. This can lead to unsightly breakouts. Prevent that from happening by just opting for light makeup when you're on your period.

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