6 Skin Care Essentials to Protect Your Skin Against Sun Damage
One of the skincare must-haves you should always bring with you is sunblock. As recommended by dermatologists, you need to wear a sunblock with an SPF of at least 15 daily (even on cloudy and rainy days). Choose one that provides a “broad spectrum” protection. This means that it can protect your skin against both UVA and UVB rays.
- Moisturizer Cream
The super-hot weather can take away your skin’s moisture and radiance. To boost hydration on your skin, do not forget to apply a moisturizer cream every morning. You can try one of our best-seller skin care products, the Daily Nutrition and Hydration Day Cream. It contains ingredients that are good for the skin, namely vitamins C and E, caviar extract, and wheat amino acid.
- Sleeping Cream
How does your skin feel after being exposed to the sun the whole day? Many of you probably answered “dry”. That is because sun exposure can dry your skin. Do not fret. You can bring back your skin’s moisture by applying a sleeping cream (aka night cream) before you go to sleep. Opt for an intensely hydrating sleeping cream, like our Firming Beauty Sleep Night Cream.
- Facial Mask
Another damaging effect of sun exposure is that it can make your skin saggy, especially on the face. Flashback to what we mentioned a while ago, one of the essential components of your skin is collagen. It holds your skin together, giving it firmness and elasticity. The sun’s rays can cause collagen to break down. One of the ways to resolve this skin problem is by putting on a facial mask once or twice a week. You may want to give our Polishing Face Mask a try!
- Sun Protection Accessories
During the hot days, you should carry with you the following sun protection accessories:
- A pair of polarized sunglasses
- Wide-brimmed hat
You can tell whether a person is dehydrated based on the condition of their skin. Dehydration can cause your skin to turn dry, flaky, and oily. Although skin care products can keep your skin hydrated, it is still imperative that you drink plenty of fluids.