Take special care of the skin in hot weather. The summer season means strong sun, sweat, and dusty soil. This season the skin is not only at risk of sunburn and tanning, but viral infections also bring many diseases to the skin. Sweating is more likely to cause skin rashes.
In addition to skin burns due to heat allergies, red rashes and rashes also increase. Not only this, but if you do not take measures to protect your skin in summer, your skin will become flaky, your face will become colorless and you may have bumps and wrinkles on your face.
You will be amazed to know that all the skin that keeps shining all winter long, loses its radiance in summer, why it becomes more oily. This is because in winter the skin’s natural oils that come out of the oil glands stop flowing and in summer the oil secretion increases. 90% of freckles on the skin are caused by sunlight and the sun’s harmful rays.
Summer skin problems-
- Blackheads mean black spots under the eyes
- Skin allergies
- Face freckles
- Red rash on the skin
Some of the best skincare tips –
1. Protect your skin from the sun’s rays
If possible, stay indoors from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
At this time the sun’s rays are very harmful. During this time the skin may be sunburned or sunburned by exposure to the sun. If you need to go out, apply sunscreen cream or lotion on the skin.
2. Keep both body and skin moist
Excessive sweating in summer causes your skin to become dehydrated along with the body. As a result, the skin loses its moisture. It is very important to moisturize the skin in summer. So drink plenty of water. Drink at least 10 glasses of water throughout the day. Drinking lassi, yogurt, and lemon water will moisturize both the body and the skin.
3. Use a water-based moisturizer
Most moisturizers are oil-based which can damage the skin in summer. It is best to use a water-based moisturizer. It retains moisture in the skin.
4. Use rose water toner
Apply rose water on the skin and face. Rosewater is a natural toner.
It closes the pores of the skin, reduces the discharge of oil, and also keeps the skin cool.
5. Avoid cold drinks
In summer, we usually drink cold drinks to quench our thirst. This type of drink contains a lot of sugar which is harmful to the health of the skin. Instead, we should drink fruit juice, lemon, lassi, coconut water or raw mango emerald, etc. It gives moisture to the skin.
6. Repeatedly splashing water on the face
In summer, more or less everyone sweats. So repeatedly splash water on your face. It will not make the skin sweat. It will look fresh.
7. Avoid fried foods and caffeine
Don’t eat too much fried roast and heavy meals in summer. Eat more fruits and salads this season. It will give energy and moisture to the body and also keep the skin fresh. Avoid anything high in caffeine like tea or coffee. It damages the skin.
8. Pay attention to the cleanliness of the internal parts of the body
In summer, there is a risk of infection due to sweat and moisture getting stuck in the internal parts of the body. Always keep these parts clean. This is where most of the germs grow. The smell of sweat also started coming from these parts.
9. A healthy diet and good sleep
In addition to the health of the body, a healthy diet and good sleep are essential for the health of the skin. You should also take full care of your diet for glowing skin. It is better to drink more water and include salad and fruit in the diet.