As rain has already started to pour throughout the cities this monsoon, jamming not just the roads but also your skin with all kinds of impurities, it’s time you need to understand the value of your skin and actually look after it as this season comes only to make it hard on one of the most important yet ignored part of you.
So, we bring to you the easiest ways of protecting your skin during this ruthless weather. The following tips have been suggested keeping in mind your busy schedule and are totally trustworthy.
Bathing is just a way of removing sweat and dirt, but the major parts of your body which are exposed throughout the day like your face, neck or hands demand a little extra care. Cleanse your skin at least 3-4 times a day with a gentle face wash suitable to your skin type. You can also use some cleansers, especially designed to suck out the dirt that accumulates in your pours.
Our skin is our shield against every impurity and it’s important to strengthen it on a daily routine. Scrub is the best way to keep your skin healthy. It’s always best to take out some time, once a week, and prepare some homemade scrubs and adding some essentials according to the requirement of your skin like, lemon juice, honey, sugar crystals, coconut oil and much more. But doing it excessively can extract the naturally produced oil of your skin resulting into deadening of the cells, making your skin look pale.
The moisture that is formed in the rainy season makes your skin perspire a bit more than usual, leaving your skin dehydrated and prone to all kinds of skin problems. It’s super important to drink as much water as possible, which will be around 6-8 glasses a day. This will not just keep your body and skin hydrated but also remove all the toxics building inside your body keeping your skin naturally shiny and ache free.
You might feel your skin is moisturized in the rainy season, but it’s actually the sweat or the oil that collects in your pours giving you exactly a greasy feeling. Some also experience high level of dryness in their skin due to dehydration. The solution is to since your face and use a moisturizer, it will end the dryness and make the skin more healthier. But if you have an only skin, it’s best to use a water-based, or gel moisturizer, it controls the skin from forming excessive oil on your face.
Though it’s monsoon, and sun isn’t really visible to us, but that doesn’t mean our skin isn’t attacked by the harmful UV rays. Always use a good SPF sunscreen before leaving your house, sunscreen is like an extra layer of protection on your skin.
Though it's no monsoon related hack but eating healthy will always make your skin glow more and look beautiful to it's most. Have as many fruits as you can, they help in flushing the toxins from your body.
Monsoon might feel like the best season to visit fancy places to eat but it causes a double trouble. Rainy season brings in a lot of hygine problems and fast food always shows on your face. Try avoiding them as much as you can.
There is nothing better then letting your skin breathe for a while. Make up blocks your facial pores making it vulnerable to the unwanted bacterias of monsoon. So, avoid make up as much as you can and hit the rain with your natural beauty.