The first thing that pops to mind when you think of summer is its heat and along with it, sweating and sticky skin. You find it really difficult remaining fresh and glowing for meetings and special occasions. Understanding your problem, here are some tips to help you remain fresh and glowing even in the hot summer.
Come summer and your body suffers the most from the heat. While you on the whole suffer from dehydration, your skin suffers through sun damage, blisters, sun burn, pigmentation and tanning. Whilst summer is inevitable, you can do your bit to take proper care of your delicate skin so that it can bear the brunt of summer. The following tips will surely be of great help at keeping the glow and youth in your skin intact.
Everyday exposure to the sun, dust, chemicals and environmental changes leads to significant skin damage. It quickens the premature aging signs like fine lines, wrinkles and a dull complexion which can however be reversed by taking good care of your skin and hair at night.
It is at night that your skin repairs itself without much help from you to give you healthier skin. By following the right nightly skin care routine, you will be able to reduce the occurrence of blemishes on your skin, improve your skin tone, make your skin glow and on an overall, rejuvenate your skin. All you need to do is give your skin a few minutes every night and you will see improvements and better skin within a few days’ time.
Every woman who wears makeup has to remove it. Instead of using just any makeup remover, it’s better using something like almond oil which not only removes the makeup, but also benefits the skin in other ways. For example, almond oil is known for its antioxidants which help reduce the signs of aging and reduces sun damage.
Those with oily skin sometimes feel as if their face is actually dripping and you can’t get any makeup to stay on. The struggle is especially real with girls with slick skin.
The previous blog mentioned a few popular skin care myths which have been proven to be wrong. However they were only the tip of the iceberg as there are many other skin care myths waiting to be demystified.
So like most women, you too wear makeup when you go outdoors. However do you remove the makeup before sleeping? While this is elementary, studies conducted showed that more than 50% of people who wore makeup damaged their skin just by not removing their makeup before going to bed!