Preparing the Skin for the Summer

Since the cold and drying weather of winter is officially behind us, it’s time to flaunt your healthy and glowing skin with confidence in all those beautiful tank tops, swimsuits, and sun dresses. If your skin is not ready to face the hot and humid summer, fret not. Here’s how you can prep your skin before the fun activities of summer begin:

Deep Cleanse Your Skin

The increasing temperature leads to more sebum production in your skin, which may pave the way to various skin woes. Keep deep cleansing your skin to stay clear of any germs, dirt, oil, and other pollutants that buildup in the pores. Replace your heavy cream-based cleansers with milder and water or gel-based cleansers.

Slough Away Dead Skin

It’s highly crucial to get rid of the dull, dry outer layer of the skin regularly in order to reveal soft, smooth, and vibrant skin underneath. Additionally, exfoliating your entire body before going out in the sun will help you achieve an even and natural-looking tan.

Stay Hydrated and Moisturized

If you’re thinking that your skin doesn’t require as much hydration as it did during the winter, you are wrong. The skin needs constant hydration and moisturization to withstand the sun and maintain its lipid barrier. However, you can switch to lightweight creams and lotions to meet the individual needs of your skin.

Use Detoxifying Facial Masks

To avoid dullness, dehydration, and irritation during the summer, add nourishing, hydrating, and detoxifying facial masks to your skincare rituals. Find a formula that contains antioxidants, such as hyaluronic acid, aloe ver, papaya, honey, and green tea. If you’re struggling with oily skin, look for a clay mask with antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects.

Keep Your Skin Sun Protected

It’s needless to reiterate that you need to apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen to your skin regularly year-round. No matter your skin type or weather outside, your skin needs protection against the harmful UV rays, free radicals, and other toxins in the environment. 

We hope these tips will help you up your skincare game this summer and keep your skin free from unwanted problems that come with the scorching heat.

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