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Thursday, April 6, 2017

10 Homemade Tips For Dry Skin During Summer Season

Here are the 10 best Summer Skin Care Tips Ever.

1. Face pack

A natural and fruity pace pack can restore moisture in your skin and add glow to your face. Here are a few homemade face packs that would help combat dry skin problems- Mash half a banana, add a teaspoon of honey and yogurt to it. Apply it on to face and wash after fifteen minutes. Squeeze orange juice and add a teaspoon of honey and apply it on your face. Set for ten minutes and wash it with lukewarm water. (You can also apply coconut water instead of orange juice). Mix a teaspoon of sandalwood powder/paste with 1/2 a teaspoon of rosewater. Apply this face pack on your face to prevent dryness of the skin and avoids acne. It also reduces the blemishes, sun tan and scars. Follow these tips to prevent dry skin in summers.

2. Treating Dry Skin in summer

For those choosing to swim and bask in sun, sun protective formula should be applied every hour and twenty minutes to overcome the damaging impacts of sun burn, rashes and blister formation.

3. Aloe Vera
This is one of the best summer home remedies for dry skin. Squeeze out aloe vera gel from its leaf and apply it on your skin. You will notice your dry skin  heal  upon application. The plant is considered one of the best natural cures for several skin conditions.

4. Use the right soaps
How does your soap smell? Heavily scented soaps might be harshly stripping away skin's oils, aiding and abetting the drying-out process. The more we scrub, the more damage we might be doing. Try trading in rich, foamy soaps for milder, fragrance-free ones.

5. Prevent Dry Skin In Summer With Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is wonder oil, and one of its specialties is moisturizing! There are so many ways you can use it – lather it right onto the skin, apply to problem areas like your hands, cuticles, and joints, or add a few spoonful’s to your bath! It leaves skin feeling incredibly soft and it also smells amazing.

6. Homemade remedies

There are four types of skin– oily, dry, and normal and combination. Summer season requires a different type of care for different types.
Dry Skin lacks oil and has the tendency towards dehydration. It lacks elasticity and is sensitive to the sun, wind and cold temperatures. Skin care should be done according to the weather. The sunlight, pollution, dusts and dirt in the summer season leads to further dehydration of the dry skin. It can cause cracks and a burning sensation when exposed to excess ultraviolet rays.

7. Sandalwood Face Pack

Sandalwood cools the skin while rose water tones it. This is an age old Indian face pack and both the items are easily available. This is the best face pack for dry skin in summer.

Things Needed For Sandalwood Face Pack

  • Sandalwood powder
  • Rose water

How To Make Sandalwood Face Pack?

  • Mix 3 teaspoons of sandalwood powder with some rose water
  • Apply the paste evenly on your face
  • Wash off after 15 minutes
Alternatives:
  • Reducing Acne/Blackheads – Mix 2 tsps each of turmeric powder and sandalwood powder with warm water .Make a paste and apply on the blackhead prone areas and let it dry. Rinse off.

8. Tomato and honey for moisturizing

The juicy tomato has moisturizing element and is really good as during the hot summer days you need to get exposed to the sunlight, which in turn can give rise to tan layer over your skin. Honey has long been known to have moisturizing properties. Mix the pulp of half tomato with one spoon of honey and apply it over your face and neck. This has to be kept for 20 minutes and then remove it with lukewarm water.

9. Avocado

Apply avocado oil or a combination of mashed avocado and water on your dry skin for nourishment. It has proteins, vitamins and fatty acids to replenish skin and keep it glowing.

10. Take a cold shower

Hot showers after sun exposure further dry skin-turn down the temperature and you’ll pick up a few added benefits. “A cool shower after excess sweating helps keep the skin unoccluded, decreasing acne breakouts,” Dr. Sadick says.

If these home remedies don’t improve chronic dry skin condition, rush to a dermatologist.

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