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Naimal Khawar Reveals Secret Oils Behind Her Glowing Skin [Trending..]

Naimal Khawar Khan is a Pakistani actress and model. She was born on 17 November 1993 [Age = 26] in Peshawar. She made her acting debut with the 2017 film Verna. She rose to prominence from her role of Izza in Hum TV’s serial, Anaa.

Born in Peshawar to a Pashtun father and a Persian mother, she grew up in Islamabad. On August 25, 2019, she married actor Hamza Ali Abbasi.

The starlet spilled the beans on her glowing skin. Here are 5 tips she shared

Alongside the much debatable ‘statement’ the groom shared about it, one thing we still can’t get over is how stunning his bride looked on the events.

From the mayoun to the reception, Naimal Khawar kept her makeup minimal. But her wedding isn’t when we realized her glowing skin. We’ve been trying to decode her secret to it for ages!

1. Invest in Good Oils for Skin

Naimal Khawar shared the need to oil your skin as well. “Buy a good Almond oil, Coconut oil, and Olive oil. Massage that on your skin as well. I always ask my mother to get organic oils for me. They are easily available,” she added.

Pure’s Oil removes the layers of dead skin, sure to leave you with more healthy and glowing skin.

2. Moisturize your Skin

Naimal Khawar shared that she cannot emphasize enough on moisturizing your skin! “I Moisturize my skin after every five minutes. It’s so necessary.” Th will help it stay healthy and hydrated.

3. Wear Minimal Makeup

 

Naimal Khawar made waves with her minimal look for her wedding, which she later revealed she did herself. “Don’t wear a lot of makeup. Always invest in a good makeup remover and never wear makeup to bed!”

4. Drink Lots of Water

Naimal Khawar said it, folks! Drink water. The Verna starlet shared she consumes about a liter to two of water every day. “It makes all the difference! Trust me. Have at least 1 liter of water every day. Your glowing skin needs to be hydrated,” she said.

5. Say Goodbye to Caffeine!

“Say goodbye to your coffees and teas, ladies. I think caffeine makes people break out the most,” Naimal Khawar added. So, it looks like we will be enjoying our last cup of coffee soon.

 

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