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6 Skin Care Tips You May Need to Know Summer

When you are ready to show more skin, be prepared to face the sun with our 6 summer skin tips!

1. Exfoliate to make the skin more refreshing and smoother

Function: exfoliation to remove dead, dull skin debris to prevent congestion. And improve the moisture of toners and moisturizers.

Time: use before the toner, moisturizer, SPF and cosmetics in the morning in Tip: Make-up will last longer on exfoliating skin!

Don’t forget: After exfoliating, use a moisturizing body cream to seal the moisturizer and always use SPF (according to FDA recommendations) to protect fresh exfoliating skin.

2. Keep skin moisture

How: Enhance your program’s hydration by strengthening the mask, using it once or twice a week. The booster is perfect for optimal results when laminated under a moisturizer. Toner is a refreshing moisturizer that evenly removes the porosity of the skin. Tip: Use the activated toner spray on the desktop, in the car, in the gym, on the plane to refresh!

3. Make friends with H20

Cause: Higher temperatures and more outdoor time lead to internal dehydration, which can cause headaches and dizziness!

What you can do: 8 cups of 8 ounces of normal filtered water a day helps maintain a critical moisture balance between the body and the skin and helps detoxification. Tip: If you drink a caffeinated drink, you must drink three times the water!

Recommended: pure water!

 

4. If you have any questions, please apply (and apply again!)

Reason: Applying the only sunscreen is not enough: you must apply enough and use it often. Studies have shown that most people do not apply as much sun protection as possible.

How much: a teaspoon of the face. For the body, it is as much as filling a small glass.

How often: Re-apply every two hours. Tip: As much as possible from noon to afternoon sun.

Extra rewards: Today’s sophisticated formulas and techniques allow you to choose the right sunscreen for your skin condition. This means you can choose an oil-free, matte formula, an extra emollient formula for dry skin, or a chemical-free, reactive skin with no chemical formula.

5. Soothe overexposed skin

What: You forgot about sunscreen, didn’t have enough apps, or was attracted by a sunny spell.

What’s next: Unfortunately, the damage is done, but you don’t have to endure the pain! Super soothing plants and cooling gels help prevent peeling and reduce redness and inflammation.

Method: Apply a cooling balm to the excess skin exposed to the skin, preferably at the first sight.

Prevention: A hot sunburn can double your melanoma risk – remember to have a skin test by a doctor once a year and a monthly self-examination to detect early warning signs of cancer and malignant melanoma. Look for new growth or any skin changes.

Recommended: After sun repair

6. Repair and treat sun damage

What causes skin damage: UV rays can cause spots, brown spots, rough skin and wrinkles, whether or not you burn your skin. When the sun comes into contact with the skin, it causes a series of damage (including stripping of the barrier lipids), which causes inflammation, produce reactive oxygen molecules that affect the growth of healthy cells, and stimulates collagen-destroying enzymes.

What to do: Sepia may be a popular summer look, but it shows damage. Bombard your skin with anti-aging ingredients to help eliminate any damage that may occur and further protect it from UV aging.