DIY detox drink for clear skin

We find hundreds of clear skin hacks flooding the internet, aiding to achieve spotless and young facial skin. Facial creams, beauty masks, magic soaps and what not! Most of these hacks are topical in nature and might provide temporary results. These results vanish as soon as you give up the beauty product or halt the treatment that you are practicing.

So, what is the cheat? What is the cheat to a beautiful, flawlessly clear skin?

First of all, we need to understand the fact, that our skin, especially the skin on our face is a reflection of our eating habits. Whatever goes in our stomach, shows on our face. That is why, it is often heard that too much spice can heat up your skin and result into acne. And that Neem(famous for it’s cleansing properties) clears out our facial skin. As it purifies our stomach by flushing away the toxins residing there.

So, the cheat is to keep your digestive system healthy! And for that, what is better than a detox! Detox is basically, flushing away toxins from your stomach and restoring it’s healthy and genuine state.

Here’s an effective detox recipe for clear skin :


  • 2 tbsp organic apple cider vinegar
  • 1 tbsp raw honey
  • 1 tbsp Cinnamon
  • 2 tbsp freshly squeezed lemon
  • A glass of water


  1. Pour fresh and pure water into a glass.
  2. Mix all the ingredients, other one after another.
  3. Stir well until it becomes a homogeneous mixture

4.Add ice for better taste.

Take this drink once in morning before you eat or drink anything. You shall notice visible results within 15 days.

For better results, maintain a diet full of veggies and fruits which is low on saturated fats and gluten. Drink at least 8 glasses of water everyday.


Shrutika Agarwal


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Shrutika Argawal
Shrutika is a young writer who strongly believes in the power of words. She writes short stories, poetry, and blog articles. Her work is published in various lifestyle magazines, blogs and websites.