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Avoid these skincare mistakes in summer!

Avoid these skincare mistakes in summer!

Avoid these skincare mistakes in summer!

Avoid these skincare mistakes in summer!

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  • Dermatologists frequently mention using sunscreen.
  • Avoid the mistakes listed below if you want healthy skin.
  • Using a lot of makeup when going outside in the sun is not the best strategy to protect your skin.
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Summer heat, excessive sweating, and dehydration all put the skin at risk. When we neglect to adequately care for the skin during the hot months, a number of disorders, including rashes, sunburns, tanning, acne, melasma, and sun allergies develop.

Dermatologists frequently mention using sunscreen as one of the most crucial summertime routines to follow to prevent a variety of skin problems, even in the long run. Avoid the mistakes listed below if you want healthy skin free from allergies, tan, and sunburns.

Failing to reapply sunscreen

Broad-spectrum sunscreens have long been recommended by professionals as a way to protect individuals from the sun’s UV radiation, which can cause sunburns, age spots, and skin cancer. Spots and excessive sun tanning may also be indicators of skin cancer.

Priority should be given to using a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF (Sun Protection Factor) of 3–4 stars that offers protection from both UVA and UVB radiation of the sun. Dermatologists advise reapplying sunscreen every two to three hours to ensure you have enough protection.

No hydrating

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The idea that using cream or moisturising in the summer is unwise is a misconception. Moisturizer is crucial since it locks in water content in the skin, keeping it soft and supple, regardless of whether you have oily skin or skin that is prone to acne.

The skin’s deficiency in moisture may also be the cause of excessive oiliness. The face should first be thoroughly cleansed before applying a moisturising moisturiser containing components like hyaluronic acid and niacinamide.

Using a lot of makeup

Using a lot of makeup when going outside in the sun is not the best strategy to protect your skin. The use of heavy cosmetics, such as many coats of concealer, foundation, and contouring, may cause pore congestion. To shield your face from dangerous radiation, several experts advise applying tinted sunscreen.

No scrubbing

Dead skin cells are removed during an exfoliation process, and new skin cells are produced in their place. Dead skin cells must be removed because a buildup could result in closed pores. Before using any exfoliating agent, including salicylic acid, glycolic acid, mandelic acid, or even benzoyl peroxide, get professional counsel.

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Not taking enough water

In order to maintain good skin in the heat, hydration is crucial. Consuming seasonal fruits and consuming 2-3 litres of water each day, in addition to topical therapies, can keep you hydrated and healthy. A diet with a lot of water in it can prevent heat strokes.

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