1- Drink Lots Of Fluids: In summer, owing to heat the body loses more water in the form of perspiration and other ways so consume more water and other liquids at least 8-10 glasses a day to avoid losing the natural glow of the skin.
2- Wash Face More Often: Try washing your face wit plain water more often during the day, especially after exposing your face to sun. This will not only remove the dirt and dust but will also cool off the heat.
3- Liquid Soap: Use face wash or liquid soap instead of soap bars. The face wash can be bought according to the skin types after consulting your dermatologist.
4- Drying Face After Washing: If the skin is sensitive and oily don’t dry the face after washing and for normal and dry skin pat with a soft cloth or towel rather run rubbing the face.
5- Protection from Sun: No matter what the skin type is, try to avoid sun as much as possible as the rays harm the complexion.
6- Use Sun-Screens: Try to use sun-screens according to skin types. Easy and affordable sun-screens can be made at home.
7- Clean Your Skin: Clean your skin every day with a good cleanser.
8- Use Moisturizer: After washing and drying the skin use a good moisturizer to give the necessary moisture and nourishment to skin.
9- Exfoliation: It helps remove dead skin, oil and dirt from the top layer of the skin. Usually, a gentle facial scrub or a papaya will do the trick.
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