Tips for Monsoon Skin Care

Skincare

Whether you have time for intensive skin care or not, pampering yourself by knowing some basic weather-specific tips is the best way to go. Rains aren’t as harsh on our skin as summer and winter – but you still shouldn’t let your hold on your skin care regime loose. There are basic things that when done regularly can do wonders for your skin and today we are going to talk about those.

1. Intake Green Tea – for Both Beauty and Health

I believe in taking care of yourself inside out, so it’s no surprise that I would suggest this. Monsoons are when people fall sick, so being healthy is our number one priority. While we all know green tea is helpful as a healthy drink – not only health it is also a staple associated with weight loss – not many don’t know is that it is also good for your skin.

Green tea can be helpful for making your skin look brighter, and it also helps fight acne. It has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, that are said to soothe the skin.

2. Choose Light Makeup – Waterproof if possible

Good skin is necessary for good and flawless makeup. After you have perfected a skincare regime, remember to invest in makeup that will not interfere with your skin much. During monsoons try and get a feel of a matte primer. Matte primer helps to keep your foundation for longer and also helps keep oil at bay – which is a boon when it rains.

Invest in waterproof makeup that feels light on your skin to protect your artistry. Don’t forget to get good sunscreen either. Just because the sun isn’t blasting, it doesn’t mean that your skin is safe.

3. Remove Your Makeup

It doesn’t matter if you wear a lot of makeup or just go with a lipstick – removing makeup as soon as you come home is a good practice. It is important to get it all off before you go to sleep – it gives your skin a chance to breathe freely.

4. Cleanse

Removing your makeup is the first step. Then use a good cleanser to clean your face that suits your skin type. You can wash your fash with a combination of a cleanser and warm water to get all the effects of a good cleansing if you are tired. You don’t have to be elaborate.

5. Moisturise

You are not only washing away the dirt, but you are also washing away the oils that the skin produces to keep our skin healthy and safe when you use chemicals on your face. To help your skin retain the moisture, moisturizing is essential. Your skin can get dry even in monsoon so moisturizing is an essential practice.

Final Thoughts

Don’t forget to drink lots of water and eat healthy food. Skip eating from roadside stalls and also carry your own water bottle whenever you head out. Carry wipes to wipe things you use. Make sure to keep your skin clean and use things that feel light on your skin – you have humidity to fight too.

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