THE BEST SUMMER SKIN CARE ROUTINE
Follow these tips for gorgeous, healthy skin, even on summer’s hottest days.
When you envision your skin during the summer season, you may dream of the bronze, glowing and smooth furnace, but the reality is eerily different. On a daily basis, we tackle the risk of sweat, ageing, and weather changes worse than a woman’s hormones (well if you’re based in the UK, you know what I mean). Of course, with humidity arises an increase of oil flow, acne rears its ugly head, and UV rays that don’t add up to Charles, exposing our skin to hyperpigmentation.
The skin tends to dehydrate due to water content evaporating; the oil retains water, so adding one into your routine every day helps the skin to hold its posture and gives your skin a plump finish. It will come to no surprise that SPF is referenced at all. Experts alone will attest to its wonders of reducing fine lines and wrinkles as well as a barrier for your skin protection against skin cancer.
S K I N C A R E T I P #1: Bottoms Up!
Amp up your water intake by incorporating hydrating foods like cucumber, watermelon, and herbal teas.
S K I N C A R E T I P #2: Hyaluronic Acid
H Acid is a great superficial hydrator that can hold up to 1000 times its weight in water on the surface of the skin. Hylauronic sounds expensive, but do not fret; a cheeky tool exists within a budget that also fits inside your bag for the on the go revelers; try the dissolving Microneedling Tool that boosts hydration and encourages skin rejuvenation.
S K I N C A R E T I P #3: Remember your antioxidants
You can consume all your vitamins that are a perfect pairing for greater skin, and there are so many to choose from, and they come in the forms of vitamin A (or retinol), vitamin B3 (complicatedly known as niacinamide), and vitamin E. These plushy ingredients help against the UV rays and lessen the appearance of hyperpigmentation. Adding antioxidants in your regime is the perfect chess play for the summer.
S K I N C A R E T I P #3: Cleanse the pollution away
Wash your face gently with a product designed for your skin type. If you have dry skin, you’ll want to choose a cleanser that is alcohol-free, and if you have oily undertones, you may want to steer towards a cleanser that includes little to no oil as its baseline.
Mini Tip: Over cleansing is a no-no; you may find yourself in need of a quick cleanse between activities when you’re masking up these days, keep a FaceGym Mini Training Stick Set ready to go.
S K I N C A R E T I P # 3: Summer skin care starts in winter
Healthy skin should be able to adjust to the climate without drastic changes to your skincare routine. Give your skin the chance to adapt by itself, without being overbearing on the use of products; you can make the product work for you by incorporating a facial workout using the Inge Theron lead method by Facegym, which stimulates sluggish cells to youth boosting machines that instantly improves your skins look and feel.
Consider this your definitive roadmap to healthy glowing skin success.