Summer is here and you know what that means: more sunshine, more time outdoors and, unfortunately, more sweat. With the increase in heat, it’s only natural for your complexion to be affected by these changes. If you’re the type of person who prefers a smooth, even-toned face or just wants to keep your skin healthy in general, I’ve got some tips that will help keep your skin looking its best.
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Making sure you’re eating enough water every day.
You may be thinking, “I drink plenty of water!” But if you’re not drinking enough water, or the right kind of water, then your complexion could be suffering. The easiest way to ensure that you’re getting enough H2O is to set a goal of consuming six to eight glasses per day. If that seems like too much for you to handle all at once, try breaking it down by making sure that each meal contains half a cup of water and that you have one glass before going to bed every night (which will also help prevent wrinkles).
Another way to make sure that your body is getting enough hydration: keeping track of how often and what types of beverages you consume during the day. Maybe there are times when you reach for coffee instead of water—in those instances where a cup o’ joe feels necessary or preferred (and doesn’t cause major digestive issues), make sure it’s decaf so as not to dehydrate yourself further!
You should also consider keeping an eye on how much liquid enters through other means besides just drinking from cups—such as cooking food in pans over high heat or using hot showers daily without realizing how much moisture they strip away from our bodies with prolonged exposure over time.
Avoid sunburn and wrinkles.
If you want to avoid sunburn, wrinkles and skin damage, it’s important to use sunscreen. Apply a broad-spectrum SPF 30 or higher every day, even if it’s cloudy outside, especially between 10am and 4pm when the sun is most intense.
Use sunglasses that block both UVA and UVB rays whenever you go outside. Don’t forget your hat too—a wide-brimmed hat will help protect your face from harmful rays as well as prevent heatstroke during hot summer days.
Wear sunscreen every day.
In order to keep your complexion clear and even, you should wear sunscreen every day. Sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher is the best choice. You should apply it 20 minutes before you go outside and reapply it at least every two hours if you are in direct sunlight for longer than that amount of time.
Sunscreen can also be applied to your face, ears, hands and feet—even when you’re not out in the sun! It’s important to remember that sunscreen isn’t just for summer days at the beach! Apply lip balm with an SPF rating as well so they don’t get burned while out enjoying all of their outdoor activities this summer!
Remove makeup before bed.
Removing makeup before bed is one of the easiest ways to keep your skin healthy and clear. I know it can be tempting to just go straight to sleep without removing it all, but if you’re not careful, it could cause acne breakouts or even lead to premature aging!
- Use a gentle cleanser. I usually just use my hands with some warm water and then wipe them off with a towel. It’s quick and easy! You can also purchase products specifically designed for removing makeup such as micellar water or cleansing oil that will do the trick as well!
- Use a toner after washing your face with any cleanser or micellar water etc., this helps balance out your pH levels after cleansing so that bacteria doesn’t thrive on top of dry patches left behind by harsh cleansers/soaps/micellar waters (ever wonder why those things burn sometimes?). Toners also work great when removing oil-based products like sunscreen which tend not be removed effectively just by wiping off naturally – especially if you live somewhere hot/humid where sweat builds up more than usual like Florida 😉