Dry skin is bad all year around, but especially during the summer. Although the jury is still out, some skin care experts believe that summer is far worse for dry skin than winter. Summer may be the season of picnics, barbecues, and beaches it is certainly no party for your skin.
Below are the top three summer skin enemies
#1 Blocked Pores
Make sure to exfoliate your skin with all natural products from SOUTHWEST SUNSHINE. When you sweat, it can block the pores in your skin, which could result in blackheads. Keep blocked pores at bay with RENEW from SOUTHWEST SUNSHINE. RENEW exfoliates and dissolves dead skin cells helping lighten dark sun and age spots. RENEW can also help diminish fine lines and help acne sufferers.
According to SOUTHWEST SUNSHINE, all of that sunscreen you use mixed with sweat keeps you hydrated, but dehydration happens in the deepest layers of your skin. Because people tend to indulge more during the summer with a never-ending flow of alcoholic libations, it’s easy to become dehydrated.
The best way to stay hydrated is to use a good skin care system that contains a sunscreen. SOUTHWEST SUNSHINE has everything you need to keep your skin hydrated. Up your water intake to at least eight glasses of water each day. If you don’t drink water, you will be dehydrated. If you have dark circles or fine lines around your eyes that you didn’t have before, you could be suffering from dehydration.
Hyperpigmentation and Sun Damage
Spending your days in the sun will cause pigmentation changes in the skin, especially dry skin. Called hyperpigmentation the dark splotches get worse and more noticeable with age. You may have thought your skin was invincible when you were a teenager and in your twenties, but you will begin to notices changes in your 30’s, especially if you were a sun Goddess.