Men’s Summer Skin Rejuvenation

Summer is the time to get up, get out, and experience life to the fullest. It’s also the time to get a proper sunburn and break out in pimples all over if you’re not careful and fail to change up your grooming routine and introduce strict skincare measures!

I love summer as much as you do, but if you want to be able to experience the most festive season of the year with energy and vitality, you better stick to these essential skin rejuvenation and protection tips for the summer.

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Wash frequently

You don’t have to be a nuclear physicist to figure out that you sweat more during the summer months. And while sweating is healthy for you, if you don’t regulate it and wash your face frequently, you are going to break out in rashes and annoying blackheads.

Your first line of defense against blackheads and other skin problems lies in thorough and frequent washing. Choose a nurturing face wash with vitamins, minerals and essential oils, preferably with a rich, goat milk foundation for extra care.

Exfoliate

While it will prevent the onset of big breakouts, washing your face regularly won’t stop the formation of blackheads completely. That’s why your second line of defense is exfoliation. You can exfoliate in a myriad of different ways, and I’ve personally found it best to use an exfoliating shower gel as it lets me cleanse and exfoliate my skin at the same time.

Remember to use a dedicated gel for your face and body, as the face gel is less abrasive than the body gel and will not irritate your sensitive facial areas.

Moisturize

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Exposing your skin to sunlight for too long, however beneficial and healthy sunlight may be, will lead to cracked and dehydrated skin, making you look old, tired, and wrinkly. You should exercise moderate sunbathing along with frequent and detailed moisturizing sessions that will allow you will rejuvenate your skin, bring back its healthy glare and silky vibrancy, and repair any damage, avoiding long-term problems.

Apply proper protection

There are two major safety prerequisites you need to have in check before leaving the house during the summer months: you need to protect against sun and insects. With the deterioration of the ozone layer, the rays of sunlight that give life to all living things become hazardous to our health and can create numerous problems. That is why it is important to always apply a layer of sunblock before you leave the house.

Moreover, summertime is the period when everything comes to life, including disease-carrying insects. Remember to always have a natural mosquito repellent at hand when going outside and especially when you head on an adventure into the great outdoors.

Drink more water

I couldn’t stress this enough – you need to drink more water! Summertime is the perfect time to fall prey to dehydration, which not only leads to numerous health problems, but also consequently prompts various skin conditions to develop. If not supplied with adequate amounts of water, your skin will crack, loose its elasticity and break out in inflammations as well as blackheads.

If you think about your body consisting of more than 70% water, you will understand the importance of regular rehydration, so make sure you’re drinking at least 3L of water daily.

Don’t be afraid to bask in the sun

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I don’t want you to get the wrong impression here, the Sun is not your enemy and you should definitely go out and bask in its healthful rays, just do it modestly. As the sun tends to roll in quite aggressively after the winter period, you want to gradually start exposing your skin to its rays and avoid spending more than 15 minutes under direct sunlight until your skin gets used to the heat.

No matter how well adjusted you are and how much you’re accustomed to sunlight, make sure to always stay vigilant and seek professional help if you notice any drastic changes in your complexion.

There you go my friends, with these essential tips you can safely and effectively keep your skin youthful, healthy, and radiant during the summer months, so go out, enjoy the heat, and create some lifelong memories!

 

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