Warmer weather is fantastic, there’s no doubt about that! But a change in the weather should also mean a change in your skin care routine too. Dry heat, air conditioning and sunshine can all dry out your skin, and so getting into the habit of excoriating and moisturising can make the difference between flakey skin, a patchy tan and blotchy make up.
Adopting a skin care routine that works for your skin type can have no end of benefits, but here are a few of our favourites.
Get better results from your wax
Healthier skin means smoother skin, and smoother skin means you’ll get a better result from your wax. So if you’re getting ready for a sunny escape, or simply keeping up appearances, exfoliating and moisturising before and after your wax is a must. Waxing can make your skin a little sensitive, and it will be thankful for a bit of extra TLC.
Get a more even tan
Whether you’re a lover of our sun beds, or want to fake it til you make it, having a tan is a real confidence booster. And moisturising your skin not only makes your tan look smoother, but it also will last longer too! Exfoliating and moisturising should be part of your routine already when it comes to tanning, but taking those extras step will ensure you have a healthy glow all summer long.
Less patchy makeup
Whether you contour with creams or with powders, or don’t contour at all, having blotchy make up is a nightmare. Even if you have the best brands on the market, and the right shades to suit your skin tone, if your makeup just doesn’t sit right you’ll be annoyed with it all day long. Sorting your skin care routine and sticking to it every day will keep your makeup looking great all day, and you’ll never again need to worry about patchiness and the touching up that comes with it.
So, avoid falling into the pitfall of dry summer skin, and start caring for it a little more, smoother waxes, longer lasting tans and flawless makeup have got to be reasons to give it a go!
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