Glow On: Expert Skincare Tips for a Radiant Summer

Glow On: Expert Skincare Tips for a Radiant Summer

Now that it’s June, it’s safe to say summer is either here or right around the corner! With more time spent out in the sun, your skin will have new needs for the season. Here are some easy, effective tips to keep your skin healthy, hydrated, and protected all summer long.

1. Check your moles 

Especially if you spend a lot of time outside, it’s important to keep an eye on your moles to ensure they aren’t changing abnormally or growing at a concerning rate. A yearly check-up with your dermatologist is a great opportunity to discuss how to keep your specific skin type safe and to ensure there are no signs of melanoma.

2. Meet the SPF Minimums 

The SPF in sunscreen can vary significantly, so it’s important to know which is right for you. It’s recommended to use at least SPF 15 to help prevent cancer, but using a higher SPF like 50 can also help prevent dark spots and premature damage. Be sure to reapply every two hours, and even more frequently if you’re in and out of the water.

3. Moisturizer Your Skin at the Beach

The sun, sand, and salty water can dehydrate your skin, so applying an SPF-infused moisturizer is a great way to keep your skin plump and protected. Our amazing sun collection includes a sunscreen spray, face stick, hydrating spray, and tinted moisturizer.

4. Change Your Clothes After Outdoor Activities

Staying in sweaty or dirty clothes for a prolonged period can lead to increased bacteria, which can irritate the skin and cause rashes and other issues. Be sure to change into clean clothes as soon as possible to prevent skin inflammation.

5. Use Products with Antioxidants 

Being out in the sun is unavoidable during the summer, and a little damage here and there can also feel hard to avoid. Using products like a vitamin C serum can be a great way to give your skin a boost of hydration and healing.

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Remember to enjoy the summer—your body loves a boost of vitamin D, so don’t shy away from the sun. Just remember to protect your skin with SPF, moisturize frequently, and keep an eye on any changes in your skin’s color and texture.

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