Yoga For Glowing Skin – A Complete Guide 2021

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Namaskaram,

Glowing Skin!! Who doesn’t want it? It is a dream of every person out there.

Because glowing skin has irresistible energy and makes you look charming no matter what a person’s age is? Done trying the best products out there in the market, still, you are struggling to get a glowing complexion on your skin.

So don’t worry, yoga has proven beneficial here too. So Yoga for Glowing Skin is the best way to get a radiant and glowing complexion, and it is getting more popular day by day because of its endless benefits not only on the skin but also on overall health.

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Being the largest organ of the body, our skin is like Mirror! It is an excellent indicator; when something wrong happens inside our body, it reflects on our skin.

Yoga is the best & natural way to get glowing skin without any side effects. So in this article, we will focus on the benefits of yoga for glowing skin and how it helps us get healthy, youthful skin.

In fact, regular practice of yoga will not only help us to get healthy skin but also slows down aging. So keep reading till the end; this article will be really unique and informative. Now Let’s first discuss what yoga is?

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1. What is Yoga? 

Yoga is an excellent way to ensure that our mind, body, and soul are in balance. Basically, yoga is a group of physical, mental, and spiritual practices that originated in Bharat (India).

The word Yoga is derived from the Sanskrit word Yuj, meaning “to yoke,” or “to unite.” Therefore yoga means the union of body, mind, and soul with the Paramatma or Supreme Soul.

Furthermore, it is a complete path by itself; it is a way of living life to its fullest, so that individual one unites with the whole existence of creation through proper practice, discipline and persistence. There are immense health benefits of yoga on the body.

The best part of practicing yoga for glowing skin is that after regular practice, the radiance you will achieve on your skin will be completely natural. You will never get such a natural glow even if you apply thousands of products on the face.

Meanwhile, now let’s see how yoga helps us to get a healthy, beautiful skin tone.

2. How Does Yoga Help Your Skin?

When we talk about yoga for the skin, it does not mean that it will only help rejuvenate the skin, but yoga also helps eliminate the cause of the problem with other health benefits as a bonus.

So let’s take a closer look at the power of yoga for glowing skin.

Yoga improves Blood Circulation and Oxygen Supply

Poor blood circulation is the major cause of tired, dull skin.

According to a study on the effect of Yoga Exercise on the Circulatory System, yoga poses benefits directly and enhances the circulation of blood and body fluids throughout the body. The body’s different organs are also positively impacted due to the adequate flow circulation to the various parts.

Proper blood circulation is responsible for the nutrients and oxygen supply to the skin & tissues and carries away carbon dioxide and other waste products.

So particularly on the face, when blood circulation is poor, oxygenated blood may not reach the outermost layers of the skin, leaving you with a dull or pallid complexion.

Regular yoga practice drastically improves blood circulation in the body and increases oxygen levels, which definitely helps to get glowing skin.

Yoga helps to improve digestion

Various research has shown that bad skin conditions are certainly triggered by poor digestion. If the body is not eliminating waste efficiently, toxins in the body start increasing, which results in poor skin health. Poor digestion not only affects the skin but also affects overall health.

So if you want radiant skin, then you must take care of your gut. Consistent yoga practice tends to increase the circulation of blood to the digestive organs, thus aiding digestion. Also, because of various bending & twisting asanas, bowel movement is regulated, and constipation is relieved.

More than that, it also stimulates the Agni (Digestive fire), which increases the appetite and balances the metabolism. As a result, a healthy gut, healthy you, and healthy bright skin.

Yoga helps to improve sleep quality

Insufficient sleep affects skin health and is also responsible for weight gain, fatigue, and depression-related problems. When we sleep, our body takes rest and recharges itself; similarly, our skin also heals and rejuvenates itself and also eliminates toxins during sleep.

Proper quality sleep is essential not only for a healthy body but also for a healthy skin glow. In a study, it is concluded that yoga exercises are associated with fewer sleep disturbances and good sleep quality.

So incorporate yoga in your life to get a quality sound-sleep daily.

Yoga helps to Reduce Stress and Anxiety

Stress! Stress! Stress!

This is the real evil that is literally damaging your skin and brain. From premature wrinkles, acne, uneven skin tone to dark circles, stress can aggravate many beauty problems.

According to research, yoga is a readily available alternative method for stress relief because it lowers cortisol (stress hormone) production and increases endorphins production. So incorporate yoga in your life; it will definitely help you get a healthy skin glow by eliminating all the causes of dull skin.

Pollution and other causes of dull skin

As we had discussed, some of the internal problems can lead to dull skin. Similarly, various external factors can also steal your healthy glow. One of them is pollution; exposure of skin to pollutants and dust can cause various skin problems from dullness, allergy to acne. Sometimes these issues can be very severe.

But don’t worry, yoga also helps to combat pollution; it improves the lungs’ capacity; thus, it helps to keep toxins away. Regular practice of yoga removes dust and pollutants from your skin pore and keeps your skin clean.

The second and most important cause is the overuse of chemical-based cosmetics on the face. Harmful synthetic compounds cause allergy-like skin irritation, acne, skin discoloration, wrinkles, premature aging, etc.

So you have to limit yourself with the use of such products or use organic, natural, and chemical-free products.

3. Yoga For Glowing Skin

As we have discussed, the immense benefits of yoga for glowing skin. To gain these benefits, we have to practice yoga regularly.

Some yoga poses can help you attain that charming glow on your skin; if you are interested in knowing about these poses, look at the following section, which discusses seven popular yoga poses for gorgeous skin.

Sirsasana (Headstand)

Sirsasana is popularly known as Headstand. From the name itself, we can guess that we have to stand on our heads in this asana.

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In this posture, because of the upside-down position, blood flows towards the face because of gravity; thus, it helps to enhance your facial complexion and gives us an even tone.

Sarvangasana (Shoulder Stand)

Sarvangasana or Shoulder Stand is a similar asana to Sirsasana, but we have to stand on our shoulder instead of the head in this posture.

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This pose had similar benefits to that of a headstand, but it gives an excellent stretch to neck muscle and strengthens shoulders and back muscles. So this posture firms and smoothes your skin.

Additionally, it also improves digestion, which helps control different skin conditions like pimples and acne.

Halasana (Plow Pose)

Halasana or plow pose gives an excellent stretch to the neck and back muscles.

Due to which it improves the blood circulation in the facial region, which helps fighting skin problems like dullness, inflammation, acne, etc., and it also helps in reducing the appearance of wrinkles.

Matsyasana (Fish Pose)

Matsyasana or Fish pose is another yoga pose for glowing skin. This posture is done as a counterpose to Sarvangasana and Halasana. Fish pose stretches and relieve tension from the neck muscle.

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It stimulates and stables the pituitary and thyroid gland, which are mostly responsible for Hormonal imbalance. As disturb hormones can also cause dull skin or other skin-related issues.

Utthanasana (Standing Forward Bend)

Utthanasana, or standing forward bend, gives a good stretch to the nerves and muscles of the calves and back.

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This posture helps to improve the overall blood circulation of the body. Also, in this pose, as the head is bent downward, blood flow is relatively high towards the face and head, so it helps improve skin complexion.

Thus positive effects of this posture reflect on your skin too.

Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)

Bhujangasana or cobra pose is best to open up the chest allowing more oxygen intake and also helps in releasing tension from the body. Cobra pose is also great for the skin. This pose simultaneously works on your facial muscles and makes them smoother.

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It also helps in losing the extra fat, allowing you to get that natural glow.

Shashankasana (Hare Pose)

Shashankasana or hare pose is basically a resting pose. Practicing this yoga asana helps improve the circulation of blood to the scalp, face, and brain; thus, it helps to enhance facial glow by increasing blood flow in the face region.

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It also helps you calm your mind, get rid of insomnia, and helps to get quality sleep. As a result, detoxifying and reducing cortisol levels prevent skin-related problems while aiding in rejuvenating skin cells.

These are few but effective yoga asanas for glowing skin. Practice them regularly and improve your overall health.

The advantage of yoga is that it not only helps to rejuvenate the skin but also helps with aging. Aging is a natural phenomenon, and there’s no escape from it. Fortunately, you do have the opportunity to slow down the process of aging.

Yes! Yoga helps in slowing down aging and makes you look younger. Though we cannot change our biological age, we can surely slow down the pace at which we age.

According to a study on the impact of yoga and meditation on aging in healthy individuals, the study had found out that making Yoga and Meditation an integral part of our lifestyle may hold the key to delay aging, prevent the onset of multifactorial complex lifestyle diseases, promote mental, physical, and reproductive health, and prolong a youthful healthy life.

Yoga does not transform the way we see things, it transforms the person who sees.

4. Moving From Outer Beauty To Inner Beauty

Each and every person is beautiful in their own way. While looking sumptuous has its own grace, beauty is not just skin-deep. Inner beauty is just as attractive as outer beauty, even more than it.

The physical appearance can/does fade over time, often out of our control due to aging. However, what’s on the inside, including a person’s character, is something we can control and do not have to fade or become tired over time.

A healthy body, a calm mind, and an everlasting smile are the real beauty products that will heighten your self-confidence and enhance your Spirit. So always keep a beautiful smile on your face that gives a glow to your face and helps make you a better person!

Regular practice will make you grateful for your life, and you will start noticing the brighter side of life. Indirectly you move closer towards your inner self leading towards success.

The Final Words

In a nutshell, yoga is the best way to get glowing skin. By practicing yoga for a few days, you will instantly start noticing differences in your skin. And these changes are natural; you will never get such a natural glow even if you apply thousands of products on the face.

So start practicing yoga from now onwards. If you could manage to do yoga every day for a minimum of 15 to 20 minutes, it not only helps you to get radiant, glowing skin but also enables you to lift your mind, mood and can improve your health in many ways.

If you liked this article on yoga for glowing skin, do implement yoga in your routine and also share this article with your loved ones! If you have tried yoga earlier or practicing it regularly, please share your thoughts on how yoga has benefited your health in the comments section below!

Namaste! Jai Hind!

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About The Author

Namaskaram, I am Kuldeep Yele, a passionate and enthusiastic student of Yoga, Vedas and Sanatan Dharma. I am a Chemical Engineer by profession and Blogger & Digital Entrepreneur by passion. My spirituality makes me the person who I am. To know more about me you can visit my blog at VedicYogAyurveda.com

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16 thoughts on “Yoga For Glowing Skin – A Complete Guide 2021”

  1. Very informative article thanks for sharing. Btw your logo and this simple website look is very amazing. All the best for your Bright future. Keep it up buddy (:

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  2. Hey Kuldeep,

    Thanks for sharing such a informative and yoga tips. There is no doubt that doing yoga consistently helps us to keep mind healthy and live a stress free life.

    Keep sharing more tips.

    Archana
    Regards

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  3. Hey Sweety Joshi,

    Nowadays everybody want a glowing skin and used many chemical product which is very harmful for our skin. We don’t have to use chemical product for our skin instead of these we can use home product and you have also give nice suggestion for yoga.

    Yoga for glowing skin is the best way to get a radiant and glowing complexion and it is getting more popular day by day because it also benefical for overall health.

    At lockdown i have do cobra pose, hare pose and fish pose but other i never try . When i get time i will try all poses that you have mention in this post.

    thank you,
    -sweety

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  4. Nice one . I completely agree with you and yoga indeed ia the best way to keep the skin glowing which cant be achieved even after applying many products. I usually do cardio ans weight training. Would try yoga also. Keep it up.

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    • Namaskaram Energetic reads,

      If you are doing weight training then you must do yoga (even if you do it as a warm up).
      No doubt weight training is very beneficial to maintain fitness and shape..
      But over a period of time body tends to loss its flexibility because of it. No worrying, just 15-20 minutes of yoga definitely helps you gain even more flexibility and it also helps muscles and nerves to get a proper stretch which eventually calms and relaxes them👍

      Healthy Regards,
      Kuldeep Yele

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  5. Yoga is a magical art form and those who know its beauty perform it with full dedication. I used to practice once upon a time but need to leave because of back pain. Very detail and well-drafted article

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  6. Yoga improves blood circulation which helps our skin to look glowing and young. Yoga is very good for overall health.

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  7. Hey Kuldeep,
    You have covered mostly all points and rightly said yoga will not only help to improve our skin but will take care of overall health including postures.
    I am a yoga person, I can’t start my day without doing Surya namaskar.

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    • Namaskaram Blisslife,

      No doubt, yoga is an all-rounder to keep us healthy.
      It is really great and appreciable that you start your day with the practice of Yoga.

      Healthy Regards,
      Kuldeep Yele

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  8. This was such an amazing and a very helpful article..! Not only the benefits and details but also the asans that you mentioned are superb😍

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  9. This article was a good read. Came to know about so many things. I used to do some yoga poses but I don’t know why I stopped! Your article made me fall in love with yoga once again😊

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    • Namaskaram Nita,

      I’m glad that this article motivated you to start Yoga again🥳
      And my Love for Yoga increases everyday, as I practice it more and more!!😉

      Healthy Regards,
      Kuldeep Yele

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    • Namaskaram Seema Bardeskar,

      It is really great to know you are curious to learn headstand 😅
      First of all Headstand or Sirsasana is an advanced yoga asana.
      First you try some basic beginner yoga asanas, practice them till you achieve perfection.
      Then (If possible under guidance of a Yoga teacher) try practicing Headstand by taking support of wall. Eventually slowly and steadily you can easily learn to perform Headstand!

      Healthy Regards,
      Kuldeep Yele

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