Saturday, 4 June 2016

How to protect our skin this summer?

When we hear the word summer we get frightened of it, considering the hot sun and its impact on our skin. When we go out under the sun we soon get tired due to dehydration. It makes our skin dry, wrinkles, marks, and rashes. We need to overcome all these and make ourselves active. Here are some tips to be followed to keep our skin healthy during summer.

Be aware on the impact of Sun to our skin:

Sun exposure is not completely bad and unhealthy. We get Vitamin D from it. But too much of exposure will spoil our skin. The maximum time you can spend under the sun to gain vitamin is about 15 minutes. The time can be before 10 A.M. and after 2 P.M. Over exposure of skin to sun leads to difficulties.   
Using sunscreen lotions:

Nowadays we get many sun screen lotions. We need to carefully check the chemical added to it before we start using them. Many lotions may cause damages to the skin. First we have to notice the SPF (Sun Protection Factor) before applying them. SPF means they allow withstanding the skin for some more time that before. It is better to use the lotion which has SPF 15. If you have oily skin don’t use lotion having SPF greater than 20 and buy lotion which has oil free.

Wear proper clothing:

Clothes which we wear during summer should be cotton cloths which help us to be cool. It absorbs the sweat from our body and makes us to feel good. We can wear sunglasses to protect our sensitive eyes. We can also close our face with small cloth so that it does not get exposure to sun.

Give skin a break:

During this season it is good to get rid-off applying make-up. Wash your face often to make you feel cool. Avoid applying powders or any chemical based creams which can close your skin pores and make you feel itching.

Shower after swimming:

Always have shower before and after swimming which makes your skin to be good. Chlorinated water in the swimming pool may make your skin feel dry. It may also cause rashes in the skin. It is good to have showers twice a day during summer.

Avoid using perfumes directly on the skin:

It is better to avoid using perfumes directly on the skin which may affect the skin when it gets exposed with the sun. So during summer it is better to use some fragrance liquid on the clothes instead of spraying perfumes on the body.

Drink plenty of water and eat healthy food:

Due to heat our body may get dehydrated and feel tired. To overcome this we need to drink plenty of water than the normal time. Eat healthy foods during summer to be fit. It is good to add watery vegetables and curd regularly in your food.

26 comments:

Blogoratti said...

Wonderful tips, thanks for sharing!

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Barbara In Caneyhead said...

Great tips for summer! I like to enjoy the cool, shady summer evenings and stay indoors as much as possible during the day.
Barbara, blogging at Life & Faith in Caneyhead

Beauty Unearthly said...

Great post sweetheart...thx for sharing!

JoJo said...

I'm not a fan of summer, heat or sun so I stay inside during the summer. But I am bad about not using sunblock when I do my day trips and am walking around.

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

Thanks for sharing these great tips!

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi WW - sensible tips for us all - the healthy eating and drinking ... so essential for all year, but especially now - and the sun has come out here at last! Cheers Hilary

Duni said...

Great advice! Summer is my favorite season :)

Miss Val's Creations said...

Great sun tips! Being part of a family with melanoma on both sides I really need to pay attention to sun exposure.

klahanie said...

Hey there,

How's it goin' eh? Excellent, sensible tips. Something to "bare" in mind, even in the UK, now that we are actually getting some sunny weather!

All the best,

Gary

Pat Hatt said...

Got the last one down, then I just be a hermit, win win.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Excellent advice.

TexWisGirl said...

thank you for your kind comment.

messymimi said...

Well said! Remember, also, to reapply that sunscreen often, there's no such thing as waterproof sunscreen. It will wash off or wear off after about 90 minutes.

Aunt Mary said...

Some great tips to protect the skin, thank you for sharing this useful post :)

Seraphinas Phantasie said...

This is really a good question !
I like your phot. Its so pretty !
Best, Synnöve

Fun60 said...

Useful reminders

Theresa Mahoney said...

These are all really good skin care tips for summertime! My daughter burns very easily, so we have to load up on the sunscreen before heading outdoors.

Christine said...

great advice!

Debbie said...

these are all wonderful tips!! i am wearing sunscreen for the first time in my life.....in my previous life, i was a sun worshiper. i now pay the price!!!

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

Helpful reminders. Thank you!

Lowcarb team member said...

A very good post to read, and some good tips here ...
Thank you

All the best Jan

Lux G. said...

Enjoy your time under the sun with these great tips. :)

Optimistic Existentialist said...

I got a sunburn yesterday :) I should have read this beforehand

Prunella Pepperpot said...

Thank you for your visit. What an amazing photo of some fantastic balloons, very happy. Enjoy your Summer :)

Ida said...

Good Advice. Love the Sunflower Balloon Shot, so cute.

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