4 Summer Skin Care Tips For All Skin Types

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Friday, June 1, 2018

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Summer skincare is more than just sunscreen and wide-brimmed hats — though both of these are obviously crucial to your skin’s summer health. Once you find your optimal sunscreen and the floppy hat that suits you best, it’s time to think about these other ways to ensure healthy skin straight through the warmest of seasons.

Exfoliate

Basic skincare dictates weekly exfoliation of your skin; dull skin cells can make your skin appear dull and dry. And even luxury lotions won’t do much to revive your skin without proper exfoliation.

Hydrate

Skincare 101; drink lots of water for plump, healthy skin cells. In summer, heat can wick moisture away faster than you can replace if you don’t keep a water bottle handy throughout the day.

Meditate

Calm your body and mind with focused breathing, soothing atmospheres, and time and space dedicated to mindfulness.

Hibernate

Not literally of course, but good sleep is essential to overall health. When you lack proper rest, your skin will shout your exhaustion to anyone who looks your way. Committing to a nightly eight hours of rest can turn your skin around.

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