Do you think your skin loves summer as much as you do?
In hot weather we must take additional care to remain hydrated and protect our bodies from the heat of the sun. FUN realization: During summer, dry skin becomes drier and oily skin becomes oilier, making you more likely to have breakouts, rashes, and other irritating skin issues. Keeping the upcoming few tips in mind can help you Pamper Your Skin and help your skin get through another scorching summer.
Include More Vitamin C.
Vitamin C helps the body maintain healthy collagen, which is the skin’s supporting tissue that helps keep it healthy, firm, and strong. Peaches, lemons, watermelons, berries, kiwi, guava and a variety of other vitamin C-rich foods may be found in plenty throughout the summer months.
DRINK, DRINK, DRINK Water.
People who drink a lot of water are less likely to get scars, wrinkles, and soft lines, and they don’t exhibit as many indications of ageing as people who don’t drink enough water. This isn’t the first time you’ve heard anything like this, but it’s 100% real! Your skin is primarily made up of water and drinking is essential not only for digestion and circulation, but it’s also essential for the health and beauty of your skin. Health experts commonly recommend eight 8-ounce glasses, which equals about 2 liters, or 10-12 glasses a day.
Do not wait until dehydration symptoms occur before beginning to drink water. Because it’s too late once you’ve seen signs, but don’t worry, White Coat Aesthetics has you covered with a variety of skin rejuvenation treatments that can help restore moisture and keep your skin issues at bay.
Do not miss the SUNSCREEN!!!
WHATEVER YOU WANT TO CALL IT: sunblock, skin protection, sunscreen, sun tan lotion, sun cream, sun blocker… We can’t emphasise this enough! The most essential thing you can use to guard against UV-A and UV-B rays, which cause sunburns and solar damage deep into the skin, is your sunscreen friend.
The application of a layer of sunscreen is required throughout the summer months. The Sun Protection Factor, or SPF, is a number found on the product box that indicates how long it will take for the sun’s Ultraviolet radiation to redden your skin if you use the product exactly as directed vs without using any sunscreen. So, with SPF 30, it would take 30 times longer to burn than if you hadn’t used sunscreen.
During the summer, your body loses a lot of moisture. As a result, it is critical to hydrate your body on a regular basis. To stay hydrated during the day, experts recommend drinking 10-12 glasses of water and increasing your fruit consumption. This will also have an effect on your skin. Aside from that, be sure to cleanse, tone, and moisturise your skin every night before going to bed. You may use milk and honey, which are both excellent natural skin moisturisers or also use medical moisturizers.