1. Cleanse your skin
We know this is probably part of your skin care routine already, but in the summer months when we are sweating more and spending more time outdoors, it is important that you are cleansing your skin at least twice a day.
As mentioned, this is an essential part of anyone’s summer skincare routine, whether you are using a physical or chemical sunscreen - it’s important that you apply this before leaving the house.
This is important for after a day in the sun when your skin may be feeling dry. Apply moisturiser or even after-sun if you have been in the sun all day to ensure your skin doesn’t become wrinkled, dry and cracked.
The primary job of an exfoliant is to remove dead skin cells and any other pore-clogging impurities. Be careful though, it is important to only exfoliate once or twice a week, as more than this can leave your skin more vulnerable to the UV rays and sun damage.