Summer is the season when we are most exposed to the sun and heat. This leads to increased generation of free radicals and increased sweating, which results in water loss in the skin. Today I would like to share with you some tips to keep enjoying glowing skin in summer.
What happens to the skin in summer?
On the one hand, the increased heat causes us to sweat more and this leads to greater water loss, as well as an increase in sebum production.
On the other hand, the sun oxidizes our skin, generating free radicals that contribute to premature skin aging.
Glowing skin in summer
To regulate our skin's sebum production and eliminate the remains of sweat, sunscreen and pollutant particles that could clog the pore, I recommend using RAINFOREST as a cleanser (mixed with water) every morning and evening. In addition, the refreshing effect of aloe vera and eucalyptus essential oil is very pleasant during this time of year.
And, in order to restore the pH of our skin and perform a wonderful enzymatic peeling that will bring a lot of brightness and softness to your face, I recommend you to do a mask with RAINFOREST at least once a week. You can leave it on for 15 minutes and then remove with lukewarm water.
To prevent water loss from our skin and continue to enjoy its glowness, it is important to drink plenty of water and use formulas with hyaluronic acid. SUNSHINE's light texture and fast absorption make it a must-have for the summer. Its hyaluronic acid content of different molecular weights will contribute to moisturize the skin revealing a firm and glowy finish.
After sun exposure, I recommend giving your skin antioxidants that help reduce the excess of free radicals that have been generated. MOONLIGHT creamy moisturizer is rich in antioxidants, provides noticeable anti-inflammatory benefits and boosts both cell repair and rejuvenation.
Internally, I recommend using a sea buckthorn supplement to prevent skin malnutrition, as it is very rich in omega 7. You can accompany it with antioxidant-rich foods such as nuts, raw vegetable oils and green tea. Also interesting are foods rich in beta-carotene, which our body transforms into vitamin A, such as carrots or red peppers.