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Mar 29, 2024

Summer skin routine for hydration

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Aloe vera gel

Apply green aloe vera gel to your face and neck as usual. Aloe vera has calming properties that help to mend and repair skin cells damaged by too much sun exposure.

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Remember to wear sunscreen to protect yourself against the sun's UV-A and UV-B rays, which can produce age spots, wrinkles, sunburns, and tans.

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Vitamin rich food

Consume more foods high in vitamins C and E, such as carrots, cucumbers, and watermelons. These antioxidants shield the skin from damaging UV radiation and aid in skin restoration.

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Good scrub

As part of your summertime skin care regimen, use a scrub that is appropriate for your skin type. Although they can help exfoliate the skin, scrubs shouldn't be used every day.

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Dizziness may result from internal inflammation brought on by high temperatures! Drink two or more litres of water each day to keep your body well hydrated.

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Take care of your feet

To exfoliate your feet, scrub them. As part of your summer skin care routine, apply sunscreen to avoid sunburn and use a moisturizer to keep the skin on your feet nourished.

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Coconut oil

Use it in a variety of ways: rub it on your skin, apply it to trouble spots like your hands, cuticles, and joints, or add a few tablespoons of coconut oil to your bath.

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Good soap or shower gel

Fragrance soaps have the potential to irritate your skin, deprive it of its natural oils, and make it feel dry. Opt for natural bath gels or soaps instead.

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