Summertime is here, and along with it come a lot of skincare issues – Oily skin tends to get oilier, while dry skin gets even more patchy and rough.
You get more prone to breakouts and pimples, rashes, and roughness. Making simple changes in your summer skincare regime helps you deal with these skin issues. Here are some handy interesting summer tips for skincare:
Pump Up Your Vitamin C
This is a must of your summer skincare, invest in a solid vitamin C serum. Our Hora Super Serum + CBD can help you with this. Vitamin C helps prevent hyperpigmentation, improves the appearance of fine lines, and can help with collagen production. Layer a few drops on your skin between cleansing and moisturizer.
Home Remedies Are IN
Skincare during summer should include a lot of home remedies. The best skincare products for summer are in your kitchen! Things like honey, lemon, and coconut oil are essential things to take care of your skin during summer.
Do Not Forget to Exfoliate
Exfoliating is one of the best ways to care for skin in summer. Without proper exfoliation, dead skin cells can get trapped on the skin’s surface. This creates build-up that leads to clogged pores, dark spots, rough skin texture, more pronounced wrinkles, dullness, dryness, and more.
SPF, SPF, SPF.
The most important and fundamental, don’t-leave-home-without-it tip is to wear sunscreen! If you want healthy skin year around, you should wear a broad-spectrum sunscreen of SPF 30 or higher. It is also important to note that sunscreen needs to be reapplied every couple of hours, so make sure to pack for on the go.
Make Water Your New BFF
If we're talking about healthy skin tips, the one that makes the top of the list is drinking water. Drink at least 8 glasses of water – Carry a hydro flask with you everywhere you go if you need to. Water not only helps you feel fresh and prevents dehydration, but it also helps flush out a lot of toxins helping you have a clearer complexion.
Skip the Long Steamy Showers
A toasty hot shower feels incredible, but it can strip your skin of moisture, leaving you feeling dry. Instead, rinse off in lukewarm water – and apply moisturizer when your skin is still wet post-shower. Trust us, your skin will thank you!
Eat Your Water
Eating water-rich fruits and vegetables will keep your skin hydrated as it also delivers the beneficial nutrients. The water in them is perfectly filtered, natural water that steadily hydrates your body and skin. Some examples of water-rich fruits and vegetables include watermelon, cucumbers, apples, pears, celery, carrots, melon - Any choice is good!