Summer Skin Care Tips To Treat Dehydrated Skin

Heat can cause more open pores, which can be clogged with oil, dirt and bacteria. This can cause acne marks, wrinkles, skin ageing and hyper pigments.

Skin Care Tips To Treat Dehydrated Skin

There are some steps you can take to maintain your skin in the summer by using Origen products and have it look great at the end of it all. Here are some simple tips to help you keep your face looking fresh and skin care tips to treat dehydrated skin as you enjoy summer activities or events.

Summer Skin Care Tips To Treat Dehydrated Skin

Drink plenty of water

It is vital to drink plenty of water when it’s hot outside. Not only does water help you stay hydrated, it also helps keep your skin cells plump and healthy looking. If you don’t have time to stop and enjoy a cool glass of water throughout the day, you can get a burst of hydration from green tea. Green tea contains antioxidants that work to naturally remove toxins and promote collagen production. For even better results, add some cucumber slices to your green tea. Cucumbers are rich in vitamin A, which has been shown to boost cell turnover while naturally exfoliating your skin.

Use sunscreen

One of the most important tips to remember when it comes to skincare is to use sunscreen. The sunscreen you wear needs to be broad spectrum, which means it provides protection from both UVA and UVB rays. Look for at least SPF 30 and broad spectrum, as well as water resistant. If you go swimming or spend a lot of time outside then reapply often! Don’t forget your lips too; they need some love too! Find a balm with SPF or make sure to apply some before you leave home.

Wash face twice a day

Wash your face twice a day and remove makeup before bed by using Origen’s best face wash for dry skin. Be sure to use a skin moisturizer for face to combat dryness and keep areas like eyes, nose, mouth and ears hydrated. The less sunscreen you wear (using about an ounce or two a day) when you’re outside, can make all the difference in how well your skin holds up throughout summer. With enough hydration and sun protection, it will be much easier to maintain clear skin.

Hydrate from outside

Water keeps our bodies functioning at their best, and one of its biggest benefits is helping with healthy skin. Dehydration can lead to dry, cracked skin that’s prone to irritation and infection. Avoiding high-fructose drinks can help as well since they lead to excess acne breakouts. Drink lots of water up to 10 glasses a day and try not to touch your face so much (at least when you’re out in direct sunlight).

Double up on antioxidants

Antioxidants are ingredients that increase the barrier activity of the skin and protect it from the sun and air toxins. Look for powerful antioxidants such as vitamin C and E in your day and night moisturizing serums and creams. They protect the skin from harmful free radicals during the day and help repair the skin from free radicals at night.

Exfoliate to remove dirt

Exfoliation is an important step in the summer skin care routine because it regularly removes the accumulation of dead cells and dirt. To avoid over-drying your skin, use Origen’s mild exfoliating products that contain citrus enzymes and essential oils. Do not use this more than twice a week.

Use a daily face scrub

Whether you wash it off with water or with a scrub, exfoliating daily will help shed all of that dirt and dust that’s built up on your skin. In addition to removing dead skin cells, it also opens up pores and stimulates circulation. Look for Origen’s face scrub made with natural ingredients like cinnamon, green tea and honey.

Use facemask

For people with very dry skin, moisturizing face masks a few times a week can be beneficial. For best results, use it after exfoliation, when the pores are clean and the nutrients in the face mask can penetrate deep into the skin. Look for gentle hydrated products such as aloe vera, cucumber, papaya, watermelon and glycerine.

Include antioxidants rich foods

When exposed to UV rays, skin cells are damaged and produce free radicals. Antioxidants look for these free radicals and protect against skin damage. Great sources of antioxidants include berries, tomatoes, spinach, nuts and leafy greens. Also consider supplementing with a general antioxidant formula like a multivitamin or one containing vitamin C and E.

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