The ultimate Summer Skin Care routine you need to follow - LuxaDerme

The ultimate Summer Skin Care routine you need to follow

Summer is for beach days and vacations. It's also an excellent opportunity to get a skincare makeover. Longer day hours, and hot, dry weather might have a different effect on our skin than cold winter days.

LuxaDerme Exfoliate Bio-Cellulose Sheet Mask makes your skin appear brighter by removing the impurities. It is formulated with Papaya extracts, Coconut water, and Green Tea to regenerate and fight the damaged cells. 

However, Acne is amongst the most prevalent skin issues in the world that are faced by almost 85% of young adults and mostly flare up during summers. Conventional acne remedies have been shown to be the most effective, but they can be costly and have unfavorable side effects such as dryness and irritation.

The following recommendations for the summer below might help you to start.

Cleanse our skin every day

Sweat, sebum, oil, dead skin cells, sunscreen, and environmental contaminants accumulate on the skin during the day. It's critical to cleanse away these layers of dirt and grime to keep pores from becoming blocked and congested, which can lead to breakouts. The easiest strategy to get rid of pimples and prevent future outbreaks is to cleanse the skin.

Include more zinc in the diet.

Zinc is a mineral that is necessary for cell development, hormone synthesis, metabolism, and immunological function. (1) In comparison to other natural acne remedies, it has been researched more. According to research, those with acne have lower zinc levels in their bloodstream than those with clean skin (2). Consuming zinc supplements orally may also help decrease acne, according to many studies. Zinc also has antioxidant properties and has been shown to be effective in reducing UV-induced damage. (3)

Don't Exfoliate Your Skin Too Much

Scrubbing your face with cleansers on a regular basis might cause more damage than good. It might cause redness, inflammation, and discomfort if done too frequently. Exfoliating a pimple can take away good skin cells, resulting in an open wound and an increased risk of scarring. Exfoliation should be done sparingly, no more than two to three times a week.

Customize Your Diet 

Unfortunately, any food items that trigger an insulin rise can cause inflammation and flare-up acne. Leafy green vegetables and fruit and vegetables rich in antioxidants and vitamins help to reduce inflammation and improve overall skin. 

Sunscreen is essential

All exposed skin should be protected with a broad-spectrum sunscreen. Don't forget to include your other body parts like your hands and feet. It is also crucial to remember that sunscreen must be reapplied every couple of hours, so bring extra sunscreen with you for long summer days spent outside. 

Give Aloe Vera a shot 

Aloe vera is a  plant that produces a transparent gel from its leaves. Aloe Gel helps treat rashes, burns, as well as other skin problems. When absorbed through the skin, aloe vera gel can aid in the healing of wounds, the treatment of burns, and the reduction of inflammation. (5)

Aloe vera includes salicylic acid and sulfur, both of which are commonly used in the treatment of skin problems and acne. According to research, putting salicylic acid into the skin lowers acne. (6)

Summertime increases oil production and sweat that cause blocked pores, which must be addressed. Taking a more seasonal approach to skincare regimens, like cleansing are just a few of the things you can do to maintain your skin clear. Acne and breakouts do not distinguish based on age, ethnicity, or gender. So, it is important to take care of your skin and have a balanced skincare routine. 

LuxaDerme Purify & Protect 3-step tune-up kit is a perfect solution if you are looking for a Spa-like treatment at home. The 3 steps include an Apricot Cleanser scrub to remove impurities and dead skin, a Bio-Cellulose Sheet Mask to restore the skin's balance, and a Booster Cream for continuous hydration and radiance.

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