Is it possible for you to have a great looking glow? Yes you can if…
Living in a tropical country means dealing with warm weather. Though the sun’s warm rays are a delight, they can take a toll on your skin and cause dryness and acne. Hot, lazy days are no excuse for getting careless with skincare. We’re here to show you how you can care for your skin to ensure it stays fresh under the heat of the sun.
Drink those recommended 8 glasses of water per day. Water will flush out toxins from your body and staying well-hydrated will enhance the overall look and feel of your skin. Sweating can rapidly remove the moisture from your skin so it’s very important to replace the water in your system.
Munch on High-water Content Foods
Not only do they keep your skin moisturized, they’re good for your health too!
It’s crucial that you protect your skin from sun damage, skin cancer and premature aging. Slap on some sunscreen with an SPF of 30 20-30 minutes before going out, even if it’s only for a short time or the weather is gloomy. Use a different one for your face, one that’s lighter and less greasy to avoid irritation and blocking pores.
Take Advantage of Cooling Products
Any products with aloe vera, chamomile, cucumber or lavender will be refreshing and soothing. These ingredients help revitalize the skin in the most natural way.
Use a Face Quencher
You’ll need something handy to keep your face cool throughout the day. Radiant C Face Quencher acts like a “natural air conditioner” for your skin as it helps rejuvenate your skin and keep it fresh even when the weather’s frying, wherever you may be.
A quick spritz of this tiny arsenal provides skin:
- A cool antioxidant burst
- Gives instant hydration and moisture
- Refreshes tired-looking skin
- Nourishes skin with vitamin C
Plus, Radiant C Face Quencher helps set your makeup for longer wear and freshens it up so you can keep your face radiant and healthy looking. Just close your eyes and spritz anytime you feel the need to soothe your skin and soul! It’s suitable for all skin types so even men will enjoy this invigorating spritz.
AVOID using your hands to wipe that sweat off your face. This simply spreads any present dirt and oil and can add bacteria to your skin which can give you a breakout. Use tissue or an oil-absorbing cosmetic paper to blot your skin.
Exfoliate and Moisturize
These are the top 2 important tips for dry skin. It’s not only those living in countries with four seasons that need to exfoliate and moisturize to prevent dry skin. Even in hot, humid climates, we have to rehydrate our skin to keep it fresh and let it take care of itself especially when we’re walking in and out of air conditioned rooms into the heat outside.
Exfoliate at least once a week to remove dry skin cells and dirt from your pores. But do it lightly or else you’ll end up irritating your skin. Use a lightweight moisturizer to keep skin smooth, fresh and hydrated.
Can you have beautiful skin in tropical climates? Yes! When you’ve got the basics down on how to care for your skin, you’ll have a healthy skin care and you need not worry about anything!
Cheers to gorgeous, glowing skin!
Rooting for you,
~ The HSO Team ~