During the summer months, it's essential to take care of your skin to protect it from the sun's harmful rays and maintain its health. That's why we never tire of revisiting our list of summer essentials, and hope that we can provide good reminders on how to handle your summer beauty arsenal. Let’s review the must-have skincare products for Summer:
Choose a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher and apply it generously to all exposed areas of your skin, including your face, neck, arms, and legs. Reapply every two hours, or more frequently if you're swimming or sweating.
LIGHT WEIGHT MOISTURIZER
Opt for a lightweight, oil-free moisturizer that won't feel heavy on your skin. Look for one that provides hydration without clogging your pores. Hydrating your skin is essential, even in the summer, to maintain its balance and prevent dryness. We recommend THE DAILY MOISTURIZER
LIP BALM WITH SPF
Don't forget to protect your lips from the sun's rays as well. Use a lip balm that contains SPF to prevent dryness, chapping, and sunburn.
Choose a gentle cleanser that will effectively remove dirt, sweat, and sunscreen residue without stripping your skin of its natural oils. Look for a cleanser suitable for your skin type. Try THE MANDELIC CLEANSING GEL for dry or sensitive skin types or THE DAILY CLEANSER for combination and oily skin.
A toner can help remove any leftover impurities and balance your skin's pH levels. Look for a hydrating toner to refresh and prepare your skin for other skincare products like THE HYDRATING TONER
Regular exfoliation helps remove dead skin cells and unclog pores, allowing your skin to breathe. Choose a gentle exfoliator suitable for your skin type and use it 1-2 times a week to reveal a brighter complexion. We love THE THERMAL PEEL MASK
& THE ZINC MASK
, both purify the pores and refine the skin.
The delicate skin around your eyes needs extra care and THE EYE GEL CREAM
is instrumental in terms of combating the damaging effects of aging, fatigue and sun damage.
This is all you really need, along with drinking plenty of water, wearing protective clothing and limiting your sun exposure during the peak hours (10am-4pm) when the sun rays are the strongest.