Summer Skin Care Routine

Summer Skin Care Routine

It’s summer time. We are all busy enjoying the sun and making the most of the late nights. It can be easy to let your summer skin care routine slide. Just make sure that you get back on top of things before your summer vacay.  If you are looking for some summer skin care tips, read on below.

Stay moisturised

Smooth skin is what you should aim for this summer, however, a solid moisturising can be hard to maintain. During the summer your skin can become clogged up as it is the barrier which protects you from pollution, bacteria and moisture loss.

The best way to describe dry skin is unhappy. This is the skin which has been damaged and it may be in need of some moisturiser. Summertime can be particularly harsh on the skin e.g.  drying agents, sunburns, salt and chlorine.

 

Scrub

Make sure you are scrubbing to get rid of all of that dead skin. If you use fake tan exfoliate at the right times. Gentle facial exfoliation will do wonders for your skin and it remove dirt and oil from clogged pores.

You will find that this will also work wonders for you make up routines as scrubbing your skin, leaves a better canvas for makeup application. Exfoliation reveals new, sensitive skin that could be more prone to burning in the sun. Make sure that you protect these areas with SPF.

Aloe Vera

When it comes to summer skin treatments, Aloe should be your new best friend. This magical plant is a natural anti-inflammatory that also provides moisturising relief. The great thing about this plant is that it contains antioxidants that can help repair damaged skin and prevent free radicals from doing their undesirable work. Aloe products aren’t usually too expensive, which makes them an excellent choice for summer holidays.

Remember Not To…

Similar to scrubbing avoid shaving before you hit the beach after you have shaved, your skin tends to be more sensitive and prone to irritation. It may seem extreme, however, shaving or waxing off layers of dead skin cells and then exposing it to harsh sunlight is just asking for sunburn.

 

 

Cool Off

InStyle says take a cold shower as it could do wonders for your skin. Did you know that hot showers after sun exposure further dry skin-turn down the temperature and you’ll pick up a few added benefits? “A cool shower after excess sweating helps keep the skin fresh decreasing acne breakouts,” Dr. Sadick says.

Red Wine

A glass of red wine at the end of a summers day, is never a bad thing right? Although White wine is known to be extremely refreshing in the summer, red wine is the one you should be drinking as it is healing. Resveratol, a naturally occurring phenol found in the skin of red grapes can decrease redness from acute sunburns. It has an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effect.

 

 

 

 



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