No matter how sweaty you get during the summer or how soft and moisturized your skin might feel, hydrating your skin from the inside and the outside is crucial even for the summer. While the summer comes with more benefits for the skin, constant washing of the face and certain summer activities can also irritate the skin. Here are some ways you can hydrate your skin during the summer.
Why you need hydration in the summer
Even though the skin tends to release and retain the natural oils during the summer, the heat and the humidity can actually suck out the moisture and dehydrate you from within. Even sitting in an air-conditioned room for long hours can dehydrate you and that can show up on the skin as well. Even some of the activities that we indulge in, from swimming to going to the beach, can dry out the skin and the body which is why you need a lot of hydration in the summer.
What you can do
While an efficient skin care routine is important for the summer, the main goal is to hydrate your body so that it leads to healthier skin from within. Drinking lots of water and following a diet full of fruits and vegetables is important since they retain the water in the body for longer periods of time. Besides what the body needs, a good sunscreen with a high SPF is the key for the summer. Not only does it prevent sun damage, it also locks in the moisture in your skin and prevents it from drying out because of the heat.
When you’re using the Derma Roller, your skin might temporarily experience dryness and become more prone to sun damage. Using the DermaC+ anti-aging serum will provide your skin with deep hydration and replenish it from within even after a whole day of being in the heat. Loaded with vitamin B5, the DermaC+ anti-aging serum comes in a variety of scents to suit your mood and personality. The hyaluronic acid in the DermaC+ anti-aging serum is also amazing for when you’re out in the sun and maintains its radiance and helps beat the heat.
Besides the skin, every other part of your body is prone to dryness. Using a body lotion religiously and targeted products for the eyes and especially the lips can save you from dryness while making your skin healthier.
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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.