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Common summer skin problems and what you can do

Common summer skin problems and what you can do Image

 

While getting ready for the summer, you need to remember that the summer is not just about the right wardrobe or the right body. If you want to actually be summer ready and enjoy the season with the best version of yourself, having a summer skin care routine is important too. The heat and the sun can require some extra protection and cause some problems that tend to stay away the rest of the year. Here are some common summer skin problems and how you can avoid them:

Acne

Acne is one of the most common summer problems for almost all skin types. The sweat paired with the heat make even the most non acne-prone skin types breakout. That gets intensified when you put on even the lightest layer of makeup which gets mixed up with the sweat and clogs the pores. The key with avoiding acne is cleaning your face whenever possible. As soon as you get home, wash off the sunscreen and makeup and make sure to use an extra heavy-duty cleanser like micellar water after exfoliation as well.

Irritated Skin

Whether you’re out in the scorching heat, getting your skin dehydrated in the air conditioner or exposed to chemicals and bacteria in the pool, there are countless ways your skin and get irritated. Another big problem is that owing to all the sweating and oil on the skin, we tend to forget all about moisturizing. All these things combined can irritate your skin. The best product for irritation is the DermaC+ Anti-aging Serum. This serum not only moisturizes your skin from within, the antioxidants and the vitamin C prevent your skin from sun damage and actually reduce the sun damage on the skin.

Heat Rash

Whether you have skin that is really sensitive or not, getting a heat rash is pretty common during the summer. From red skin to tiny red bumps, a heat rash can be painful and can aggravate your skin problems. In order to avoid heat rashes, avoid cooling products like moisturizers with aloe vera to soothe the skin. Also make sure to stay hydrated and use a really strong sunscreen in order to avoid sun damage.

Sunburn

The heat in the summer can give even the least sensitive skin a sunburn. Whether it is the face or the body, a sunburn can be painful and can spoil your complexion. Using a high SPF sunscreen is crucial to avoid sunburns. Using the DermaC+ Anti-aging Serum is also great for sunburns since vitamin C improves damaged skin. Staying covered and indoors is also great for avoiding sunburns.

Dark circles and dark spots

Summer heat and UV rays can intensely affect the most delicate parts of the skin the most. Because of this, it is much easier to get dark circles that are stubborn and won’t budge, dark spots from the sun and even dry chapped lips. The most important thing for all this is to hydrate yourself and it will show up on the skin. Use products that soothe the skin and the under eye area in order to reduce dark circles. Vitamin C is also great for reducing dark spots which is why the DermaC+ Anti-aging Serum is highly effective for improving skin appearance. Make sure to use a lip balm as well to keep the lips moisturized, a balm with SPF will keep the lips safe from discoloration as well.

 

 

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Chloe Glynne

★ Platinum Level Expert Author

Chloe Glynne is a skin care consultant with 12 years of personal experience in the industry. She is recognized for her skin care advice in the treatment of skin disorders such as acne and rosacea, unwanted wrinkles, fine lines, puffy eyes, damaged skin, with emphasis on anti-aging.