How to Prep Your Skin for the Summer

How to Prep Your Skin for the Summer

There’s a reason why people love summer so much. Despite the scorching sun, the beach is still the ultimate getaway for the majority of people. Frolicking near the waves, basking in the the sun, sand, and sea, and showing off that summer body is the perfect formula for beating the summer heat. But summer can be stressful, too. The hottest time of the year has a reputation of giving ridiculous sunburns and skin problems brought by overexposure to hazardous UV rays.

Here are the different ways to prep your skin for the summer.

Exfoliate.

Before you hit the beach and get a natural tan or use bronzing products to achieve the perfect sun-kissed look, you must first take the time to exfoliate your skin. Do this with an organic exfoliating scrub that doesn’t contain any toxic chemicals that may harm your skin, especially when it comes in contact with the scorching summer heat.

Avoid products with microbeads. These are very harmful to both your skin and the environment. If you want to get creative, you may want to try DIY body and face scrubs made of organic materials you can find around the house.

Use a self tanning body spray.

Not everyone has the luxury of going to the beach to get a sun-kissed body that’s perfect for summer. If you’re one of these people, a self tanning body spray is your best bet. While most of these tanning products are relatively easy to use, it’s still a good idea to get an expert to help you out in achieving your desired faux tan.

You don’t want to end up looking like a tangerine or be laden with unflattering streaks. Complete the look with moisturizer or body butter with just enough shimmer to really enhance your summer glow.

Don’t skip the face.

A beautiful summer glow wouldn’t be complete without a skin care routine that will unleash the natural radiance of your face. In order to keep your face healthy and glowing, you need to understand your face and skin type first. Go to a dermatologist to make sure you get the right products for your face. There are certain chemicals that may not be appropriate for sensitive or oily skin, and can even lead to irritation.

The same applies when buying makeup products. You may want to splurge on bronzing powder and contour kits to complete your summer sun-kissed look. However, with a wide selection of top of the line products in the market, you must consider the condition of your skin first.

Remove hair safely.

Aside from exfoliating, body hair removal is also a prerequisite to putting on a summer tan, may it be from natural outdoor tanning or from other tanning products. This step is to make sure the color comes out evenly on your skin. If you don’t have any experience removing hair in the sensitive areas of your body, you can simply go to a waxing salon.

Conclusion

If you really want to make the most of your summer, you have to take preventative measures to avoid UV ray-induced skin problems. No one likes to cut short a fun and enjoyable time because of poor skin preparation.

Nisha Pandey

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