• Skin Care Tips: Dermatologists suggest Five essential summertime swaps

    With the hot summers in mind, it's critical to alter and change your skincare routine.

    Digital Desk: The summer season necessitates various dietary, fitness, and skin and hair care routine adjustments. Increased sweat and oil production clogs pores, causing acne outbreaks. As a result, it's critical to alter and change your skincare routine in preparation for the hot summer months.

    As a result, dermatologist Dr Geetika Mittal Gupta has recommended some summer-friendly skincare substitutions. "Summer has arrived, which means it's time to shake up your skincare regimen. In an Instagram post, she wrote, "These five substitutions promise to keep your skin healthy during hot, humid months."

    This summer, make these five skincare changes.

    1) Use a combination of cream and gel moisturiser.

    This season, the physician advised using gel-based moisturisers. "They're light and won't clog pores," says the author.

    2) Choose a facewash that is both creamy and foamy.

    A foamy cleanser is ideal for this hot season because it cleans pores while keeping oil at bay.

    3) Replace old sunscreen with moisture sunscreen.

    Sunscreen is an essential part of any skincare routine. "Every six months, I recommend getting a new one." Replace your old sunscreen with a new sweat-proof sunscreen designed for persons who spend time outside or in water. "Make sure it's at least SPF 30," she said.

    4) Body lotion with sun protection

    UV protection is required for the entire body, not just the face. As a result, replace your regular body lotion with one that provides sun protection.

    5) Hair smoothing cream with dry oil

    While many people like smoothing hair products in the winter, many prefer a dry oil in the summer. Dr Gupta added, "They moisturise the scalp and strands without weighing hair down."


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