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Getting Your Skin Summer Ready

PKMH Beauty Tips

The summer season is the prime time for skin care. This is because people tend to spend more time outside and in the sun, which increases skin's risk of premature aging due to UV exposure. The uneven development of new cells can also be accelerated by this type of sunlight damage, so it’s important that you start using these #pkmhrecommended skincare tips now!

A lot of people neglect paying attention to their skin during the summer months, which can lead to a disastrous outcome in terms of premature aging and wrinkles.

A good summer skincare routine helps to maintain the health, vibrancy and tone of your skin while exercising outdoors during this time in particular. For those with sensitive or reactive skin, it's also essential that you find products appropriate for you as well.


To help you maintain your youthful glow throughout the entire season, here are some important tips on how you can keep your complexion flawless even when it’s hot outside.

 

It might be time to re-evaluate the way in which you currently take care of your skin, and implement a few changes that could provide better results than what has been achieved so far:


1) Cleanse –

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A daily dose of mild cleansers is advised before applying any serum or moisturizer; this will ensure all makeup residue gets properly washed away and comfrey extract helps unblock pores.

2) Exfoliate -

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Use an exfoliating scrub three times weekly on dry areas like elbows, knees etc., while avoiding contact with the eyes during use because it can cause irritation or redness from its rough granules. You should also avoid using abrasive products if possible as they may remove too much natural moisture from the surface of your skin.


3) When choosing sunscreen -

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Apply sunscreen before going out into direct sunlight; this will make sure that UV rays don't reach deep enough through the layers of skin that have been previously coated with cream or other products for protection against sun damage; apply about 20 minutes before going outdoors so it has time for full absorption into your skin. Make sure your sunscreen is SPF 50 or higher.


4) Makeup Removal -

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Use makeup remover pads instead of cotton swabs when removing mascara because they have less potential damage done to lashes than products such as cleansers, toners, and micellar water used by cotton swabs can cause which often leads to inflammation afterwards; this also prevents any bacteria accumulation within product residue itself so you are not introducing more bacterial matter into sensitive areas like near our tear ducts where most people experience acne breakouts due to clogged pores - even if you're already wearing waterproof mascara!


5) Cold Water Rinse -

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Rinse with cold water after exercising or sweating heavily: it will help close pores that have been opened by heat exposure and minimize oil production on the surface of the skin as well as keep moisture levels high in order to prevent dehydration.

6) Steer Away From Heavy Skincare/Makeup -

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Avoid using heavy creams/lotions when applying makeup over dry patches; instead try a light application first thing in morning followed by moisturiser once home from work later that evening; this helps avoid clogged pores due to build up which can lead into breakouts.


7) Moisturize frequently -

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Whether its dry winter air or harsh summer hours soaking everything in sight including our faces we need hydration! After washing just give them both eyes an extra pat down with non comedogenic eye cream. Create a beauty routine that includes creams, lotions, and masks to hydrate the skin. Apply an oil-free moisturizer with SPF 15 in the morning and evening.


8) Right Minerals -

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Use an eye cream with zinc oxide because this mineral will protect against both UVA and UVB rays; antioxidants are also essential to any skincare routine as they repair cells' DNA which prevents them from getting damaged (and subsequently aging).


9) Use a cooling face mask (eucalyptus & mint epsom salt clay masks are ideal) -

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Using a cooling face mask in summers is that it helps the skin stay hydrated and cools down your body. In addition, you can use them to avoid sunburns caused by UV rays. For this reason, wearing these masks just before going out for an outdoor activity will help prevent any troubles from happening such as premature aging or wrinkles due to exposure to car fumes emissions when working on cars with air conditioners running during summer days/nights.


10) A good lip balm is a must-

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This is an important point that should not be overlooked. Using a good lip balm in the summer will ensure healthier, happier skin throughout the year. This is because using a moisturizing product on both areas can help to prevent dryness or damage from occurring due to extreme heat exposure which could lead to discomfort, irritation and even infection if taken too far..

 

It is essential to use skincare products that suit your skin. There are many advantages of putting these tips to use as compared to the routine you may have had before.

This summer let your skin glow bright!

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Note the recipes & recommendations mentioned in the article are for generic purpose only. Incase you‘d like a specific solution to your skin problems, reach out to us on email.











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