Summer is arguably one of the best times of the year. The sun is shining, you spend more time with friends and family, but you’re also ripe for summer skin damage.
So how do you know if your skin has had enough? Look for these signs of exhausted summer skin, and some easy tips to help revive and repair it!
You’re Breaking Out
Since we were teens, we’ve all had to deal with breakouts. But have you noticed your breakouts are getting worse recently? That’s because months of sweat, sunscreen, and smog are clogging your pores and causing your skin to break out. No matter how old you are, you aren’t immune to pimples and blackheads, but you can avoid them by taking care of your tired summer skin and keeping it clean.
One of the easiest ways to stop breakouts is by using the right kind of cleanser. Soaps and foam cleansers will dry out the top layer of your skin and rarely clean pores, so opt for an oil cleanser instead. The oil will go deeper into pores to remove debris that causes pimples. Best of all, it will be able to attract even the most stick dirt in your pores like sunscreen and sweat so you can get your glow on without worrying about pimples.
You’re Seeing Spots
Freckles may be having a “moment” right now but these little spots are actually skin damage and should be avoided at all costs. Not just freckles but sun spots, age spots, and liver spots can appear on your skin as you get older and spend more time outside. These spots were once only removable with painful laser surgery, but advancements in skincare have made them easy to treat at home.
When summer damage starts showing up on your skin, you need to turn to the power of vitamin C to treat and face spots. This powerful ingredient is a staple in our Dark Spot Corrector for good reason. Thanks to its antioxidant properties, it can help fade and reverse spots so you can have a clear and healthy complexion. Best of all, you won’t need to resort to painful treatments to see real results. Just make sure you’re also applying your SPF to keep new spots from forming.
You’re Feeling Dry
Have you noticed your skin starting to look dried out and dull? That’s because humidity, air conditioning, and sunshine all contribute to dehydrated skin. When skin is dehydrated it will show more wrinkles and lines and is a breeding ground for new signs of aging to emerge. If you want to keep your skin healthy and youthful, you need to avoid dry summer skin at all costs.
Since staying inside all day isn’t an option, you can combat dry summer skin by using your Repair & Release Cream daily. Even if your skin feels a little oily, it’s likely from sweat. But the deeper layers of your skin, responsible for forming your wrinkles, are dying of dehydration. By applying your cream twice daily, you’ll be able to fight dry skin and wrinkles in one easy step! Best of all, you’ll be delivering important nutrients and peptides to your skin as you hydrate, which will revive and repair existing damage.