Anthony Lee - Jan 01 2020
Summer Routine for Dry Skin
MWhile oily skin may plague some people during the summer months, for many others, skin that is too dry is the problem. Continuous dry skin can lead to flaking and scaly skin and itchy skin, and it can also promote premature ageing, something that everyone hopes to avoid. Dry skin also tends to look flat, lifeless and less healthy than skin that is properly nourished and well-hydrated.
To help with your beauty routine during those hot summer months, this article is going to focus on skincare for dry skin. First, we’ll look at the textures of some different types of skin care creams, the best summer cream for dry skin and a wrap of a skincare routine for dry skin that will keep your skin hydrated and healthy all summer long.
Skincare Products and Their Textures
With so many skincare products available in the market and so many different variations of creams and lotions, choosing the best product for your dry summer skin can be confusing. Let’s try and clarify things a little by breaking down the textures of some of the most common creams and lotions on the market today. It’s all about discovering which skincare texture will work best for you.
When it comes to skincare products and textures, creams have long been a staple and personal favourite for many people. Although the texture and consistency are thicker than some other skincare textures, creams work really well as a layer on top of other products. You can layer creams over lotions, concentrates and serums. Although a cream won’t penetrate the skin as deeply as a concentrate, they work extremely well as a protective barrier, preventing the skin from drying out in the summer heat.
After cleansing, it’s often common practise to apply a serum or a moisturizer to the face. A better choice is to opt for concentrates, as concentrates have the capacity to take your current skincare routine to the next level.
With a texture and consistency very similar to water, concentrates readily absorb deep into the skin and provide potent amounts of nutrients, vitamins and minerals that the skin needs to remain healthy.
A lotion is not too dissimilar to a cream. The texture is just a little less dense and more lightweight. One major advantage of a lotion’s texture means you can layer other products on top of it due to a lotion’s rapid absorption into the skin. This allows other skincare products to do their stuff. Lotions also contain very little or no oil, and this is good news for those humid summer months. Lotions lock in vital moisture and leave your skin looking vibrant and hydrated.
The texture and consistency of the serum are generally quite thin for easy absorption into the skin. Many women combine the use of serums with a moisturizer by first nourishing the skin with a serum and then layering a coating of moisturizer over the top.
This combination works well in repairing the deeper layers of damaged skin, while at the same time, the skin receives a layer of moisturizer to protect it from the summer heat. Serums also help to reduce the signs of ageing by padding out wrinkles and those fine lines around the eyes.
Gel textures are handy if you’re suffering from oily skin or your skin is marred by a few blemishes. With its lightweight consistency, gels readily absorb into oily skin and allow you to keep your skin hydrated without adding more oily substances to the skin’s surface. The texture of a gel is perfect for those summer months, producing softer and radiant-looking skin. Always choose a gel that is oil-free.
What Is the Best Cream for Dry Skin In Summer?
The Orange Hemp Cream (100ml) in the Fiorhe range of products is the ideal choice to hydrate and nourish your dry skin during summer. It can be applied to both the face and the body and will return your dry skin to a soft, supple, healthy and hydrated state.
The cream has been lab-tested, is GMO-free, is vegan and is a 100% organic Sicilian product. The cream is lightly scented and delicate yet possesses many beneficial qualities. It combines a mixture of sweet almond oil and hemp oil, producing a product that nourishes, normalizes and moisturizes dry skin. The skin is also purified by the addition of sweet orange essential oil. Anti-reddening and soothing products in the cream help to reduce the symptoms of skin conditions as well, such as psoriasis and dermatitis
An Example Of a Summer Skincare Routine for Dry Skin
Many things can lead to having dry skin in summer, and it’s often a combination of factors that will cause the problem.
When washing your face, avoid any soaps that tend to dry out the skin. Use a soap that’s natural and has moisturizing properties.
Use a skin cream that works best for you, such as the Orange Hemp Cream from Fiorhe mentioned above. Try and avoid hot water on your skin during summer. Water that is lukewarm or cool works best. When venturing out in the sun, apply sunscreen that contains a moisturizer to any parts of the body that are left exposed and try to cover up as much skin as possible. Many people are running air conditioners in the heat of summer, and they can dry out the skin. Using a humidifier can help keep the hydrated skin while in an air-conditioned environment.
Remain well-hydrated by always drinking plenty of fresh water. Maintain a summer diet that is rich in Vitamin C and antioxidants, as these are good for the skin.
Refrain from overindulging in alcohol, coffee, sugar and salt.
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