Three Ways to Keep Your Skin Fresh All Summer Long

Three Ways to Keep Your Skin Fresh All Summer Long

Between high temperatures, sun exposure, and more time spent outdoors, the summer months can be rough on our skin! Here are three ways to stay fresh and protect

Here are three ways you can keep your skin Fresh All Summer Long!

1) Protect Your Skin from the Sun!

Summer-time is for enjoying outdoor activities, hitting the beach, and spending quality time with friends and family in the sun. But if you’re not careful, that time spent outside can have some serious short and long term effects on your skin: from unsightly red burns to increased risk of skin cancer.

Always make sure to use sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher – and opt for the natural kinds whenever you can. Sunscreen made with natural ingredients PHYSICALLY block UVA and UVB rays – whereas the chemical-laden options use chemicals that block the sun – but also absorb into your skin.

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Enjoying the Outdoors

2) Maintain Your Skincare Routines

It’s all too easy to skip your nightly routine at the cottage – but keeping up with your usual skincare routines will help keep your skin’s PH balanced and help you extend that summer glow into the fall.

Try to stick to your normal routines, while opting for lighter moisturisers and makeup products for the summer months – and don’t forget your face-specific sunscreen!

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3) Keep Those Hands and Feet Outside

From cute strappy sandals to colourful wedges, our feet take a beating all summer! Keep your feet close-up ready with regular pedicures to remove dead skin and to allow new skin to generate.

While you’re at it, keep those hands looking fresh and young with regular manicures!

Keep up your self-care in the summer months, and take special consideration when it comes to your skin

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