The summer, hot days are fast approaching. Fortunately, there are lots of ways to prepare your skin for when the temperatures will rise. After a long winter season, there is no woman that doesn’t need a special skin treatment and care to get rid of all the issues dropped temperatures and the wind has caused.
Also, the skin needs some special details to be added into our daily skincare routine so it can better handle the spring winds, risen temperatures and also, the sun exposure!
Below, we’ve gathered for you some basic tips you need to follow in order to achieve that. By keeping in mind the below-mentioned tips, you will definitely freshen up your skin, regenerate it and prepare it for the following, warmer months.
So, let’s get started:
Hydrate your skin more
Staying hydrated is essential for your skin’s health. When your skin cells are fully hydrated, your skin appears younger, fresh and glowy. Experts recommend you to drink at least 2 liters of water a day for optimal skin benefits. Especially during the summer days when the higher temperatures make your get dehydrated faster and your skin ends up looking dull, dry and with more obvious wrinkles and fine lines.
Moisturize and nourish it more
There is no woman that wants a dry-looking skin that can only invest in your wrinkles and fine lines more. You need to make enough time to moisturize and nourish your skin at least once every single day. Using a natural-oriented moisturizer, preferably with SPF, is the best way to go. In order to not only keep your skin moisturized but also nourished from the inside, you need to invest a little bit more into your daily diet. Spring and summer days will bring wind, sun, and also, dryness. That is why; you need to nourish your skin from the inside as well. Try to eat plenty of whole foods, fruits, and veggies. Drink lots of detox water and never underestimate the power of a good rest time.
Exfoliate a little more
Exfoliation is a key essential when you want your skin to be super smooth, fresh and soft! Especially during this period when the seasons are changing and your skin becomes more fragile than ever. Help it to better adjust to the climate changes by regularly exfoliating it and keeping the dead cells away so your skin can better breathe.
Use some hydrating face masks
Masks are known to bring fast and efficient results to a damaged, fragile and unhealthy skin. That is why it is important to go and find yourself a face mask that is worth the deal! We recommend t stick to natural-oriented ones that are mostly created with active ingredients that are the one to potentially bring you the wanted results. Try to prepare your skin for the summer by applying at least three to four face masks a week. You will see how nourished and fresh your skin will look and feel as well.
Fight UV rays
Choosing the right sunscreen is the ultimate skin protection during the summer days. As higher the SPF, as better your skin will be. UV rays are not only dangerous and may cause you even skin cancer, but, they are also one of the main factors that cause skin breakouts and marks. But, for a stronger protection, you can also focus on your diet too. Did you know that there are certain foods that can significantly protect your skin from the UV rays? Well, it’s time for you to learn who they are.
Tomatoes are considered a great vegetable that helps our skin from these dangerous sun rays. By including them in your daily food intake, you will not only protect your skin from the UV rays, but you will also protect it from redness. We are not claiming they can replace sunscreen, but, they do give their own contribution on this part.
Get a face massage
Massage has the power to tight the skin in a very efficient way. That is why, when preparing it for the new season, it is important to also consider massaging it as well. It doesn’t really matter whether you’re going to give it a home massage or a professional one. By massaging your skin in circular motions in the most delicate part of your face, for at least 15 minutes three times a week, is always a good idea!
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