Basic Cares To Get Your Skin Ready For This Summer
Like the popular wardrobe change, we make every time temperatures start to rise when the time of year arrives when the days get longer. The sun’s rays are more intense, and it’s time to start paying attention to our skin as another aspect to protect, prepare and care for it to be ready when we start to uncover it this summer. To do this, we have facial cleansers, moisturizers, and even masks, which should be included in daily skincare routines, to offer the best “cover letter” through our skin during the coming summer.
AAD (American Academy of Dermatology) specialists advise and offer a wealth of information about skin care throughout the year. Still, especially they address the uses and products to protect it from the sun: what sunscreens are there for each type of skin, when they should be used, and in how much, the different types and different factors that are on the market, etc. and it is that, in summer, our skin is continuously exposed to the sun’s rays; therefore, precautions at this time of year should be a little more extreme.
The cells of the dermis die every 28 days, and it is necessary to eliminate them with the help of exfoliation to renew the skin.
Exfoliating the skin is basic care throughout the year. And although the most recommended is a complete exfoliation treatment to remove all dead skin cells, and so that it can be renewed in its entirety, the use of creams or products to do a peeling can be enough.
A balanced diet
Once again, and although each time of year carries different risks for the skin, excess solar radiation is a common denominator maintained throughout the months of the year. And therefore, a healthy and balanced diet also helps us prevent early skin aging and improve its appearance and certain dermatological diseases, such as acne or atopic dermatitis.
Avoid the use and consumption of alcohol
The alcohol contained in perfumes and eau de cologne is not good for the health of the skin. These products can cause different stains on the skin, so they should be replaced with odorless but alcohol-free shower waters, and leave perfumes exclusively for the night.