Summertime means that skin care should take center stage. The sun is more intense, making it harder to stay hydrated on long summer days, especially if you spend lots of time outside. Protect your skin to reduce your risk of skin cancer and other complications. Read on for surviving the summer with minimal damage.
- Protect your skin using a sunscreen protectant lotion, spray or cream with at least SPF30.
- Keep your skin moisturized.
- Feed your skin well by eating foods that are rich in antioxidants. Enjoy green leafy vegetables, blueberries and melons.
- Wear less make-up.
- Drink plenty of water.
Check with your skincare professional for more tips to help your specific skin type.