How to get Glowing Skin with Yoga!
How to get Glowing Skin with Yoga!

Yoga can rejuvenate your skin and make you look gorgeous. Smt Hansaji Jayadeva Yogendra, who runs The Yoga Institute in Mumbai and is also the President of the International Board of Yoga give us 7 asanas that can make your skin glowing naturally.

The prime advantage of yoga is that every single technique that you practise has a multitude of benefits.

For instance, yogic techniques help you stay stress-free, healthy, improve your concentration, help you coordinate better, make you aware of your body so that you understand it better and help you stay disciplined.

Here are a few ashtanga yoga techniques to get the perfectly flawless and glowing skin that everyone would envy you for. Not just glowing skin, yoga has more beauty benefits in store. Yoga can perfact skin and glowing skin to each other yet daily continuityn to take yoga .

"Yoga improves blood circulation, including the circulation of blood to the skin surface. This is so important for the good health of the skin, as it helps to supply essential nutrients to the skin.

It also promotes the removal of toxins through the skin. This is so important, specially in cases of skin congestion.

It tones the skin, improves oxygenation to the skin, imparts a beautiful glow and keeps the skin youthful and free from problems.

The same goes for the hair. Yoga helps to promote blood circulation and oxygenation to the scalp and hair follicles.

This helps to supply nutrients in the blood stream to the hair follicles. It promotes hair growth and keeps the scalp healthy," stated the beautician.

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