Skin is the biggest organ in human body and like everything else requires care. What kind of care depends on type of skin, but also on season. Hot summer air, combined with high temperatures and humidity can cause skin problems. That’s why skin care should be a part of your skin routine.
Bellow read 5 tips for skin care.
Hot and humid are causes skin to get extra oily. Additionally, wearing face masks irritates every skin type. To protect face skin, and properly hydrate it, you need to cleanse it twice a day with foaming facial cleanser – morning and night. Check what kind of foam suits your skin type best. Consult with your dermatologist or cosmetician. If you need to clean your face during the day, due to face masks, only lukewarm water is recommended.
Skin can produce excess oil, but it can also look dry and damaged if we don’t exfoliate regularly. In addition to the need to remove all dirt from the face, the rest of the skin must also be treated. External particles damage other parts of the skin in the same way, especially those that are not covered by clothing. With a light peeling, you remove dead skin cells and in that way give it a fresh and youthful look.
During the sticky and hot summer months, it’s not necessary to use strong creams and body milks, like in the winter. Instead, it’s recommended to use lighter water-based moisturizers during the day. Hydration is extremely important for the whole organism, so don’t forget to drink enough water because it also significantly affects the condition of the skin.
Don’t forget serums with vitamin C. They prevent hyperpigmentation, support collagen production and have a positive effect on wrinkles. It’s recommended to be used in the evening. Incorporate them into your daily routine between cleansing your face and applying night cream. Of course, the consumption of vitamin C is good for the overall condition of the body.
We cannot stress and reiterate enough times how important it is to protect your skin from UV rays. Body and face creams with a SPF must be a part of you every day, regardless of whether you are exposing yourself to the sun or not. Just walking to work or driving a car endangers you with this type of rays. You don’t have to lie on the beach. At high temperatures, the UV index is extremely high and can be very dangerous. Therefore – at least one layer of SPF every day! Don’t forget to protect yourself from the sun by avoiding peak hours, seeking shade, and wearing a broad-brimmed hat.
Be sure to consult a dermatologist, especially if you have sensitive skin. Beauticians can help a lot in forming a daily routine. Proper skin care during summer preserves a youthful appearance, prevents wrinkles and pigmentation. Protect your skin because it protects you too.