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Monsoon Skin Care Tips

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Monsoon skin care Tips

Monsoon has hit us and brought an array of skincare concerns with it. With its continuous spells of rain, the monsoon also brings us high levels of humidity that can be a nightmare for your skin. It is especially true for people who have oily or combination skin. If your skin is oily, a high level of humidity can make it look super dull. Also, it can increase the number of acne breakouts.

 

Additionally, your sweat can catch pollutants and clog your skin pores, making it susceptible to multiple problems. To avoid that, you need to change the skin regimen according to the changing season. While you should not weaver from the basic routine of cleansing, toning, and moisturizing, there are some factors that you need to tweak to make your monsoon version of the skincare regimen perfect. Here are a couple of monsoon skin care tips that one should follow without hesitation.

Monsoon Exfoliation

To keep your skin free of dead cells, and to unclog the skin pores you need to exfoliate regularly. Regular exfoliation also promotes cell generation, which helps you to get unblemished, glowing skin. You do not need to invest a lot of money in exfoliating products. Use abrasive kitchen ingredients, like coffee, tea bags, papaya, baking soda, yogurt, etc. as exfoliants to get glowing skin. You can also try LASHIKA Almond and Walnut Scrub.

Toning During Monsoon

Toner plays an important role in removing the leftover makeup and dirt from your skin. While store-bought products are convenient, they often contain harmful chemicals that ultimately damage your skin. During the monsoon season, you need to be a bit careful about these products. Try to use natural toners, like, lemon juice, green teas, cucumber water, rose water, and chamomile tea, etc. You may also try LASHIKA Rose Skin Toner.

Moisturizing in Monsoon

The last and the most important step of your skincare routine is moisturizing. Good quality moisturizers hydrate your skin from within and keep it soft and supple. Some of the natural moisturizers are hemp seed oil, coconut oil, olive oil, etc. These natural elements will keep your skin nourished without making it oily. You can also try no harm Moringa Oil moisturizer of LASHIKA to keep your skin beautifully glowing for a long time.  Explore LASHIKA’s other toxin free skin care products at Amazon.

Other Essential Tips

    • Wash Your Face Regularly

The excessive humidity of the rainy season leads to a faster build-up of grime, dust, and oil. That makes cleansing one of the most essential steps in your skincare routine that you should not miss at any cost. In fact, if it is possible, you should try to wash your face thrice every day. It will help you stay ahead of problems, like fungal infection, open pores, and greasy skin. Use LAHSIKA’s Apple Cider Facewash or Arabica Coffee Facewash to rejuvenate your skin.

 

    • Don’t Skip Sunscreen

Even though you rarely see the shining sunbeams during the rainy season, the UV rays do not take a break. Do not ever skip sunscreen just because it is cloudy outside. Remember that sunscreens form a barrier against the harmful UVA and UVB rays and protect your skin throughout the day. If possible, use a gel-based water-resistant sunscreen to keep sun damage at bay. Also, make sure to apply sunscreen 20 minutes before you step out. Get LASHIKA’s Mineral Sunscreen lotion to protect your skin naturally.

 

    • Hydrate

As you sweat a lot during the monsoon season, your skin gets a pale and dehydrated look very easily. Hydrating properly is perhaps the most important factor that you should keep in mind during the monsoon season. Drink plenty of water throughout the day to get a glowing look. Drinking plenty of water will also make sure that your skin remains free of acne and pimples.

All the above tips will help you to take good care of your skin during the monsoon season. Just follow these tips closely to keep your skin healthy and glowing in this rainy season.

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