It is normal for your skin to lose a great amount of moisture in summer. Thus, it is important to keep yourself hydrated to maintain the moisture level. By drinking at least 8-10 glasses of water per day, you can achieve a hydrated but also glowing skin. Also, by consuming lots of fruits and vegetables, you can nourish your skin, keep hydrated, boost collagen production, and protect your skin from the sun’s damaging effects. Also, by applying moisturizer post washing and before going to sleep, you can see the difference.
Use face mist
Face mists are a good way of cooling down and ensure mid-day hydration on warm summer days. Nowadays, you can easily find a face mist tailored to your skin type.
Always use sunscreen
Excessive UV exposure can permanently damage your skin and cause sunburns, fine lines, skin cancer, and premature aging. Your sunscreen needs to have at least SPF 30. Apply twice a day on all exposed parts of your skin.
Avoid too much makeup
It is best to use mild makeup during summer to allow your skin to breathe and retain its glowing attributes.
Cleansing your face is the most basic skincare routine. Usually, it is recommended to cleanse your face twice a day as your skin is getting rid of dirt and grime from deep within the pores. During summer, as the climate is hot and humid and your skin produces more oil, it is recommended to change your cleanser accordingly.
Oily skin’s pores can get easily clogged and cause acne. A foaming cleanser that contains salicylic acid is best for summers.
Dry and combination skin is best to use a non-soapy face wash, as you may experience redness and rashes.
Normal skin can switch o a gel-based face wash during summer to feel refreshed all day.
Home remedies have always been among the most preferred skincare treatment. However, it is best to do a bit of research about the ingredients used for staying on the safe side. Honey, milk, oatmeal, besan, and others are proven homemade remedies for enhanced and glowing skin.
By Maria Peftouloglou