With the festive season in full swing and the wedding season to follow, it is natural for most people to want to look their very best. However, beautiful attire along with matching accessories can all fall flat if your skin looks dull and sallow.

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Every woman wishes to look the best with their skin emitting an interstellar sheen sans any spots, signs of ageing, uneven skin tone or blemishes. But the truth is, it's only a half-baked dream cause once you wake up and look at your reflection in the mirror, reality strikes hard in the form of the baggage of annoying skin issues. Additionally, owing to environmental factors like UV rays, dust, dirt, perspiration, makeup residue, and chemicals, most women are afflicted with unwanted aggregation of bacteria on the skin eventually making it prone to various issues in the form of acne, pimples, dullness, pigmentation, parched skin, fine lines, puffiness, dark circles, saggy skin, spots, freckles, wrinkles etc. That being said, even following a sedentary style of life comprised of an unwholesome diet and absence of body movements adds up to the already present skin aberrations and builds-up toxins in the body causing flare-ups now and then.

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But what if we tell you, apart from the numerous advantages for mental and physical health, the ancient form of Yoga is beneficial for your skin as well? It’s true, certain yoga postures not only detoxify you from the inside but also help bestow a natural glow from the outside.

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Practising particular yogasanas not only boost blood circulation to the head and face but also pump oxygen throughout the body which naturally helps in bringing fresh blood to the skin while bestowing one with a glamorous complexion. It also improves the energy level, strengthens metabolic rate uplifts one's mood and frees the body from all unwanted toxins.

If you are still aloof about the benefits of yoga for your face, why not check out the insta posts of Actress Kareena Kapoor Khan? The Laal Singh Chadhha starrer continues to inspire us with her health and fitness routine every now and then. Not only did yoga help her bounce back to her older pre-pregnancy physique but even allows her to look flawless and youthful.

So, what are you waiting for? Just jump into an athletic were, grab a yoga mat and you are all set to attain glowing, blemish-free skin to flaunt during the upcoming festivities.
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Spectacular Yoga Postures For A Rejuvenated Skin

Simhasana (Lion Pose)

Kneel and put your hands on your thighs. Open your mouth wide while jutting out your tongue forcefully downwards, towards the chin. While breathing through the mouth, generate a sound from down the throat that imitates the roar of a lion. Repeat the exercise 5 times.


The lion pose not only tones and stretches the facial muscles but also works up the region near the thyroid glands. It effectively reduces immobility in the back and shoulders, unwinds and elevates the mood, and makes your skin smooth and supple.

Jivha Bandha (Locked Tongue Pose)

Relax in the padmasana posture. Place your hands comfortably on your thighs. Try pushing the tip of your tongue towards the upper back palate of your mouth as if you are trying to swallow it. While the tongue is pushed at the back of your mouth, try opening your mouth wide till you perceive a stretch in your throat and neck muscles. Relax for a minute and repeat the facial exercise 5 times.


The locked tongue pose holds high significance in toning all the facial muscles while bestowing you with a prominent cheekbone and a defined jawline.

Matsya Asana (Fish Pose)

Lie comfortably on your back and fold your arms underneath your body. Raise your head and chest, inhale, and then rest the back of the head on the ground while arching your back. Balance your body in this posture using your elbows. Breathe in and out deeply to open up the lungs and chest. Maintain this posture for as long as you are comfortable, take a break for a minute and repeat 5 times.


Acclaimed as the “Destroyer of all diseases”, the Fish pose stimulates deep breathing by stretching and strengthening the lung muscles. It also balances the bodily hormones and makes the skin more flexible and taut. This cooling yoga pose also steadies the nervous system.

Salamba Sarvangasana (Shoulder-Stand Pose)

Lie straight on the ground with your legs stretched side-by-side and both arms resting on either side of the body. Swing your legs up in the air in such a way so that your body from the hips, buttocks and legs are up and your elbows support your body being attached to the ground. While maintaining the posture, ensure that you balance your body properly keeping your legs and spine straight. Hold the pose for 30-40 secs while inhaling and exhaling normally. Slowly bring down your legs back to the Shavasana pose, relax for a minute and repeat 2-3 times.


Touted as the “Mother of all Poses”, the shoulder stand pose is extremely pivotal to calm the nerves and ease the mind. Not only does it help in getting rid of dullness and sallow skin by boosting blood supply to the head but also helps fight annoying acne and pimples. It even enhances blood flow throughout the body and helps safeguard it from infections.

Trikonasana (Triangle Pose)

Stand upright while keeping your feet joined. Relax your arms hanging on either side of the body. Spread your legs apart gradually. Lift your left hand. Take a deep breath and bend towards your right and balance by keeping your right palm on the ground. Bend your head upwards and fix your gaze on the left-hand fingertips and count up to 20. Repeat the posture while bending towards the left. Take a minute of rest and continue the entire posture three more times on either side.


The Triangle Pose is exemplary for improving physical equilibrium while ameliorating conditions like sciatica, anxiety, and back and arthritic pain. This pose stimulates blood flow to the face and head. The improvement of oxygen supply enhances the tone and quality of the skin.