The summer months can be rough on your skin, especially if you live in an area that’s prone to harsh sun and pollution. With the right skincare routine, though, you can protect your skin and prevent it from aging too quickly due to prolonged sun exposure or damaging environmental factors. These two simple steps will give you beautiful, healthy-looking skin all summer long!
How to Get Your Skin Summer-Ready with Natural Skincare – Presented by Nessfeli Natural Skincare
Exfoliate Your Skin
Exfoliating will help you slough off dead skin cells, prevent ingrown hairs and acne breakouts, and reveal glowing, fresh new skin. For a natural exfoliant that won’t dry out your hands or leave them smelling like pomegranate (which you might not mind if you live in California but probably don’t want when it’s humid), try making a simple scrub from one of these ingredients: sugar, raw or brown sugar, salt, olive oil or coconut oil.
Moisturize Your Skin
The number one thing you can do to help your skin stay healthy during hot weather is moisturizing. (Bonus points if you use a natural skincare product!) Most people make the mistake of only thinking about their face when it comes to moisturizing, but that’s not nearly enough — especially when it comes to protecting against harmful UV rays.
Get rid of sunspots
Sun damage is one of the biggest causes of freckles, dark spots, and uneven skin tone, so it’s important to treat and protect yourself against sun damage while you’re still young. But even if you have a history of bad sun exposure, don’t worry: Nessfeli Natural Skincare has got your back.
When you don’t protect your skin from UV rays and environmental stressors, its elasticity deteriorates. Protect yourself with a daily moisturizer or serum that contains ingredients like vitamin C and peptides. Think of these components as antioxidants—they improve collagen production, fade dark spots, and reduce inflammation. The better care you take of your skin now, the better it will look in years to come.
Protect your lips
Protecting lips from sun damage is a little tricky. It’s important to protect your entire face, but it’s also important not to block UVB rays, which are responsible for producing vitamin D and keeping you healthy.
Drink lots of water
Staying hydrated is one of the most important things you can do for your skin. When it comes to hydrating, water is always best. Sure, there are supplements out there that claim they’ll give you great hydration and keep your skin supple, but if you drink plenty of H2O, these products won’t be necessary. Drink up! Add an extra glass during summertime when it’s hot outside.