Monsoon Skin Care: Do’s and Don’ts

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Monsoon Skin Care: Do’s and Don’ts

Skin care during summer or even winter is not as tedious as during the monsoons. This is one season when you have to go that extra mile where skin care is concerned. Your skin faces maximum problems, like rashes, devoid of the glow and shine and a lot more during this time. In short, your skin looks dull and feels lifeless. For a perfect monsoon skin listed below are some ‘do’s and don’ts.

  1. Do choose the Right Moisturizer:

Your skin tends to get drier during the monsoons due to the high levels of humidity. Make sure you choose a moisturizer of a good quality which can keep your skin hydrated for a long period of time.

  1. Do Cleanse your Skin:

Eliminate the problem of clogged pores by making sure you cleanse your skin 2 to 3 times in a day. Inadequate cleansing can lead to break-outs and build-up of bacteria.

  1. Do Scrub your Face:

Those who have oily skin tend to have maximum problems of pimples and acne during monsoons. It is important to include ‘scrubbing’ in your daily skin care routine. This needs to be done gently so that there is no harm done to the skin. You can use a homemade mixture ads a scrub. This includes crushed almonds with 1 teaspoon of honey and a few drops of rose water.

  1. Get rid of Impurities:

You need to ensure that the impurities on your skin are kept at bay. This can be done by using a homemade, natural face wash. Mix a teaspoon of sandalwood powder, fuller’s earth and paste f basil leaves with some rose water. This can be used to wash your face whenever needed.

Don’ts for Skin Care:

  1. Don’t Bleach:

Using bleach during monsoon is damaging to the skin. You can bleach your face any other season but not during the monsoons as this can lead to a dry and rough skin.

  1. Don’t use Hot Water:

Using real hot water for washing your face can definitely damage your skin. This tends to also weaken the calipers.

  1. Don’t Stop using Sunscreen:

Monsoons are, most often, overcast. You need to be aware that even with these overcast skies your skin can get damaged due to the ultra violet rays. It is thus important not to stop using sunscreen lotion during this season.

Enjoy this wet season all the more with a healthy skin by making an effort and taking good care of your skin. Use the skin-care products in accordance to your skin type. Those with oily skin can use moisturizers which are water based and those with a dry skin can use oil based moisturizers.

Besides the above mentioned tips, it is important to ensure you drink enough of water and also a well-balanced diet. These factors contribute a lot to the healthy skin you so desire. Cleanliness and nutrition can help you get that glowing skin sans any problems during this wet season.

 

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