How to take care of your summer skin?
How to Take Care of your Summer Skin and What to Use to Keep Your Hydration Alive!
Summer may bring sunbathing, pool days, and tan skin but along with that it brings sun damage, dry skin, and dehydration. Here are our best tips and products for you to get through summer with not only a smile, but also healthy glowing skin!
Drink Enough Water!
Water is essential not only for internal purposes but also for your skin. Being that your skin is the largest organ in your body we need to treat it with proper care. By drinking extra water every day, you will allow your skin to breath better and maintain a healthy glow.
Change Up Your Facial Peels.
Love the benefits a glycolic or salicylic peel gives you? Here’s a friendly reminder that during the summer months, they can be too harsh for sun-exposed skin. When the weather gets warm and you’re spending more time outside, try switching to our lactic acid brightening peels or microdermabrasion facials! They’re the perfect treatments to receive during this time of year because they don’t remove as much skin as the glycolic or salicylic peel. This will keep your skin protected from the sun’s powerful rays.
Sun exposure always brings along the age-old question: “What should you be using to protect your face?” When it comes to sunscreen, you should be using an SPF that includes zinc oxide and titanium dioxide. These two have a broad spectrum that protects against UVA and UVB rays. We recommend using Elta Md Sunscreen, its universal tint blends in with all skin types, does not clog your pores and provides your skin with a beautiful, healthy glow. It’s a great family sunscreen line for all ages. You will not be disappointed!
Try Fruit-laden Skin Care.
Skin feeling dull? For an extra “oomph” try our Superfood Elemis Facial. It’s packed with all the fruits and vegetables your body and skin need because it contains avocado, kale, broccoli, sweet almond oil, chia seeds and many more superfoods. This facial will give your skin all the hydration it needs that the sun took away from it.