Sunday, June 26, 2016

Six Summer Skincare Tips

If you are planning a day outside for the 4th of July, or anytime this summer, here are some skincare tips to keep your skin glowing and healthy in the summer sun.

Red looks good for 4th of July fireworks but not on your skin
Wikimedia Commons/David Shankbone

1. Cover Up: Holidays in the sun like the 4th of July are a great time for caps, hats, light-weight shirts with sleeves, long shorts, and swimsuit cover-ups. The more skin you cover, the healthier your skin will be. So put those red, white and blue clothes to good use and cover up!
2. Limit Your Exposure: Know when enough is enough. Don't bake in the sun all day.
3. Seek the Shade: Stay cool in the shade instead of the hot sun. If you can't find any shade, carry your own with a patriotic parasol, umbrella or other shade-producing device. Shade won't just protect your skin, it will keep you from overheating as well.
4. Drink Lots of Water: While tea and cola are refreshing on a hot day, they contain caffeine which works to dehydrate you, as well as sugar and other chemicals, especially found in sodas. Water is what your skin and body need on a hot summer day.
5. Use Sunscreen. Find a good moisturizing broad spectrum sunscreen and apply it several times if you are out for several hours and each time you get wet or sweat heavily. Today you can find sunscreens to suit a variety of skin types.
6. Keep Covered Up: At night continue to cover up, avoid perfume and scented soaps, and use a Chemical free, Deet-free insect repellent to avoid mosquito bites on your healthy skin.
See: Rodan + Fields Examiner * Skin, Health & Beauty on Facebook * SkinHealthBeauty SOOTHE Regimen for Sensitive, Irritated, Dry Skin

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