Summer Skin Essentials to Get You Through the Sun-Drenched Season

Summer Skin Essentials to Get You Through the Sun-Drenched Season

The summer heat is blazing hot, juicing out the hydrating from your skin. Sweat, oiliness, dullness, tan and dehydration are common skin problems during this season. It’s time to give some special TLC to your skin to keep the damage from scorching sun rays away. 

Focus on deep cleansing & refreshing care, here are a few tips and skincare essentials you need in your vanity to combat the stresses of the hottest months of the year. 

5 Skincare Essentials for Healthy, Hydrated, and Glowing Skin

  • A Spritz of Skin Refreshment and Hydration: Sun can leave your skin in distress. Facial mists can help cool off your skin, especially when the weather is on-fire. They not only rejuvenate your skin but also help relieve irritation, excess oil, open pores, and dehydration. 

  • For scorching summers, you can treat your skin with the goodness of The Beauty Co. Tea Tree Facial Mist. It is enriched with anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties to keep your face fresh and hydrated while preventing acne flare-ups. You can remove dirt and grime while quenching the skin's thirst with only a few spritzes!

  • Cleanse Your Way to Breakout-Free Skin: The impurities, excess oil, and sweat lead to clogged pores which trigger acne if left untreated. That is why you should detoxify your skin thoroughly to overcome the effects of sun damage and pollution. Speaking of deep cleansing, The Beauty Co. Charcoal Face Wash with Salicylic Acid is effective for those sweltering days. 

  • While charcoal purifies the skin and relieves pore congestion, salicylic acid prevents acne. Wash your face twice daily to free your skin from all the grime that summertime brings.

  • A Quick Skin TLC with a Face Mask: Using a face mask twice or thrice a week is the best way to survive in the heat with a clear complexion. You should opt for the one containing antioxidant-rich ingredients like The Beauty Co. Chocolate and Robusta Coffee Face Mask. It helps detoxify skin, decongest pores, and revitalize sun damage to reveal healthy, toned, & bright skin.

  • Exfoliating for a Beautiful Backside: In the heat of the summer, it is not uncommon for bumpy zits and rough texture to appear on your back and bum. This is a sheer result of dripping sweat and grime drying on your body and getting stuck in the pores. Thus, exfoliation becomes necessary to remove the deep-ingrained dirt, impurities, dead cells, and unsightly scars.  

  • The Beauty Co. Back and Bum Combo is an ultimate pick-me-up for your backside. The scrub sloughs off the rough patches and dull skin cells, while the moisturizer boosts glow and firmness. Make your way to smooth and radiant skin to indulge in the summer fun confidently.

  • Turning a New Leaf in Hair Care: An oily scalp with lifeless strands exposed to pollutants may stop you from having a good hair day. With a head full of frizz and dandruff, your summer haircare game needs to level up. Get your hair in the mood for the new season with the ACV shampoo. 

  • It gently washes away accumulated dirt, sweat, and impurities from your scalp while treating sebum, frizz, and dandruff. Top off your shampoo with an ACV conditioner for smooth, manageable, and shiny tresses. The Beauty Co. ACV Shampoo and Conditioner duo is all you need for clean, hydrated, and voluminous locks. Let your natural waves out to play this summer!

  • Sunscreen, your summer BFF!: This summer essential does not need an introduction. A sunscreen with SPF50 or more is a must. Make sure you pick a broad spectrum one which fights both UVA & UVB rays to keep tan, dullness and damage away. Apply the sunscreen 20 minutes before heading out in the sun and always reapply after 2-3 hours to get maximum protection. 
  • With the temperature skyrocketing, a little self-care goes a long way. Discover your best-looking skin yet with these summer skincare essentials

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