Urvashi Rautela’s reveals benefits of mud bath spa for glowing skin
op Hollywood celebrities like Keira Knightley and Gwyneth Paltrow also follow this therapy technique
Mumbai, June 16: Sanam Re actress Urvashi Rautela has revealed one of the secrets to her beauty. The actress recently posted a photo on her social media revealing her tip which helps her to relax and gives her beautiful skin.
When it comes to beauty, celebrities take it to the next level for beautiful skin in the long run. One of the techniques of gaining beautiful skin and is said to be used for a long time is “mud baths”.
Urvashi shared a photo on her Instagram completely covered in mud from head to toe. She looks absolutely like an elegant and poised statue. The actress believes that mud bath has helped her have beautiful skin and moreover helps her relax and clear her mind. She states the history of mud baths explaining the benefits of it in her caption, she says, “MY FAV MUD BATH SPA / MUD THERAPY Cleopatra was an early lover of a mud bath, while modern fans include me. Enjoying the red mud of a Balearic beach. It’s said to have been used as a mirror by Venus, the Roman goddess of love. Its mineral-rich mud is considered therapeutic and good for the skin. Mud really can be a muddy marvel. Covered in healing mud therapeutic Mud Baths are still heralded today for their ability to detoxify and draw out impurities, soften skin, improve circulation, and ease aches and pains.”
Hollywood celebs follow suit
Top Hollywood celebrities like Keira Knightley and Gwyneth Paltrow also follow this therapy technique. Also, experts claim mud can cure conditions such as rosacea, eczema and soothe the pain. Now, we all certainly know the beauty behind Urvashi Rautela’s super smooth skin and, the efforts the actress puts in maintaining herself from her beauty to fitness standards is impeccable.
For a noble cause
The actress had donated 47 more oxygen concentrators, which overall cost her foundation cost Rs 5 lakh. The actress was also seen distributing food packages along with masks and water bottles to the poor after Cyclone Tauktae hit Mumbai. The ‘Pagalpanti’ actress started a YouTube channel to earn revenue, which she would donate just to help with the Covid-19 relief funds in India.