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What are the Best Skincare Tips for Summer?

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The summer season is here, and it's surely a trying time for your skin. The sun, heat and pollution are harming your skin and taking away it's radiance, leaving it dull, oily and blemished. So, here are some skincare tips for summer, to ensure that your skin looks fresh and healthy always.

Use the right face wash: In winters, we often use face washes that are nourishing. However, in the warm season, we need to use a face wash that can draw out the excess oil from the skin.

Include antioxidants in your routine: It is vital to invest in a good antioxidant serum, especially during the summer. Not only does it hydrate your skin but also protects it from damage. It boosts the production of collagen and works for all skin types, making it one of the best skincare tips for summer. You ca also add them to your diet by stocking up on green-leafy vegetables, citrus fruits, nuts, green tea and whole grains.

Make sunscreen your BFF: Nothing works as well as a good sunscreen during the summer season. Whether you're on a holiday or travelling in the city, invest in a good sunscreen (between SPF 30-50) and ensure you wear it daily. Re-apply every three to four hours for healthy looking skin.

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No matter what your tanning goals are, there are some tips for healthy skin in the summer you should be aware of.

Know Your Complexion Skin care during the summer can be a challenge; the first step in figuring out how to take care of your skin is to determine your complexion. No two complexions are the same; darker skin tends to contain more melanin, your body’s natural defense against sun damage. While you can always wear sunscreen, knowing how much sun you can take in is one of the most important summer tips for skin. Those with extremely pale skin need to get a higher broad-spectrum SPF to get adequate protection.

Use Sunscreen Sunscreen is paramount for summer skin care.So Make sure you use sun protection or reef safe sunscreen,  for your face and body  as an integrated part of your summer skincare routine—it’s one of the most critical summer skin care tips. Unprotected UV exposure may help you achieve a bronze complexion, but it will also do permanent damage to your skin, lead to premature aging, and put you at risk for cancer later in life.

Get Plenty of Rest Rest is an essential aspect of maintaining healthy skin no matter what the season is, but it’s especially important during the summer months when we’re more active

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