All You Really Need For Summer-Perfect Skin
If you think summer skincare is somehow different from other seasonal skincare you’re right just about one thing – sunscreen. The rest of it is just the same. Here is all you really need for your skin to look perfect not only in summer but all year round.
Get Summer-Perfect Skin
Alright maybe a little bronzer/luminizer too
Spring and summer is the best time to nourish your skin from the inside. And diet can solve so many skin problems, you’d be surprised. If your problem is acne and pimples you could try swapping sweets for fruit and berries and fried meals for grilled. Cut out the fizzy drinks and this alone will clear out your skin in a week or two and you’ll lose a bit of weight as well. If dryness is your curse, then it’s time to load up on some fatty fish, avocados, nuts and seeds. Also vitamins from all the different summer products will enrich your diet and solve some minor skin issues that stem from deficiencies. Be careful and watch out for allergic reactions and also keep an eye out for foods that boost your skin health.
The best moisturizer isn’t a cream in a tube. It’s topical and sinks into the toppest layer of edpidermis at best. The best moisturizer is your own body when it’s hydrated. So be sure to drink plenty of water and eat more water-y vegetables like cucumbers and fruit like watermelon and strawberries.
If summer’s inextricably associated with allergies and all kinds of rashes for you then you need to take a few precautions each time you’re eating or drinking something or expose your skin to sun and water. If heat rash is a problem for you during summer, make sure to wear only natural breathing fabrics and avoid wearing jewelry or anything that could contaminate or obstruct pores. If you suffer from eczema salt water can help soothe and heal your skin. It could also improve prosiriasis and other skin conditions especially in their mild forms. Oily skin can be a pain especially in summer when all you do is sweat and it only makes the situation worse. There is a number of things you could do. First is tossing all the cleansers that dry out your skin. Try oils for makeup removal and moisturizing. Though it might seem counterintuitive your oily skin can be just your skin’s response to all the drying and stripping you do with all your routine. The glands that produce sebum go in overdrive and you end up in this vicious cycle of removing oil and getting oily skin. Also try eating more healthy fats we mentioned above to nourish and moisturize your skin from the inside. If all else fails just steer clear of sparkly bronzers and luminizers.
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