Top 10 Skincare Tips For The Summer

Thursday, 20 June 2013
As everyone knows that summer season is started, and we find that it's very difficult to take care of our skin. So we have few important tips for summer time. Fortunately, your skin needn't take the brunt of the heat this season. We have for you, some tips that'll help keep your skin fresh and smooth, even as the mercury continues to stay high. Apart from this tanning is another occurrence that comes with the sun and unlike the West, it is not popular among the peoples who only see it as a curse. The skin either loses its lustre or becomes very oily. Also, dirt and heavy makeup that clog up pores can cause these skin problems, breakouts, pimples, acne and aged skin. The main goal is to protect, nourish and maintain your skin from both the inside and the outside.

1) Drink A Lot Of Water :
Drink plenty of water and liquids and your skin will stay soft and moisturized as well.Water is considered to be' the elixir of life' and this is realized by all during summer time. One must not require to be told that he should be drinking water and usually drinks enough to cure the dehydration, dryness of skin and lethargy created by the summers.


2) Sunscreen:

It's important to slap on some sunscreen irrespective of it being summer or not however it is most crucial during this season. Don't forget to apply that all-important sunscreen 30 minutes before you step out. If you have been out in the sun for a few hours, touch it up again so you're well protected.




3) Exfoliating:
More than the rest of the year, it's really important to exfoliate your skin in the summer to remove dead skin and improve blood circulation to the face. The process of Exfoliating also allows your skin cells to regenerate more quickly which keeps the natural process of aging at bay. Intense heat can suck out all the moisture and dehydrate your skin, so it is very important to keep it moisturized throughout the summer, even if your skin feels a little oily.




4) Cleansing Skin and Toning:
It's important to keep your pores closed and skin cool by using a toner. Look for a good quality product that suits you or try rose water. Cleansing and moisturizing your skin before sleeping is an absolute must.



5) Moisturize:
Don't make the mistake of skipping the moisturizing routine altogether as it's essential for your skin to remain hydrated. However, if you find that your regular moisturizer is too oily, go for a water-based one.

6) Control Makeup:
To avoid heavy makeup, make sure that you wear mineral-based makeup. It is recommended because they do an extremely good job of protecting your skin compared to other heavy forms of cosmetics.

7) Home Remedies:
Use homemade remedies to remove tanning and dark spot. Face packs made of combinations of banana, honey, milk, almonds, avocado, cucumbers, glycerine, rose water, lemon juice or curd etc. can help soothe your skin and make them more supple during this time. Make sure that you need to wash your face after applying these products and avoid going outside immediately after they are done.



8) Take Vitamins:
Certain vitamins and minerals have been proven that it can positively impact your body and help in revitalizing the appearance of your skin.

9) Wear a Hat:
You can wear Shades in the summer to protect your eyes from the excessive heat. , Also a wide brimmed hat or an umbrella could cover the skin head onwards. Although summer is generally associated with crop tops and shorts, try to cover your skin as much as possible.




10) Cool Your Skin:
Blending half a cucumber and 1 tbsp of yoghurt in the mixer can make another simple and effective face pack. Apply this on your face for 15 minutes and feel completely pampered

Eat healthy, exercise and sleep well! The holy trinity of good health and glowing skin holds true for the whole year. So along with above all tips, don't forget to eat a balanced diet, exercise for at least 45 minutes every day and get 7 to 8 hours of sleep.
Enjoy this summer season!




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