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6 Summer Skincare Tips From Moroccanoil

by Jodi Shaw

There is nothing quite like a fun day in the sun. Beautiful weather is wonderful to enjoy, but it can also have harsh effects on your skin like sunburn and even dehydration. Moroccanoil leader in the industry of beauty and skin care share 6 Amazing Summer Skin Care tips you must know about to keep your skin looking healthy.

Use Sunscreen with high SPF

We have heard this all before, but it’s still important to mention.  The drying effects the sun can have on our skin can cause severe damage to the cells.  You should use a sunscreen with SPF 50 or more to protect yourself and put it on at least 30 minutes before you head out into the sun.  Many foundations now contain moisturizer and SPF sunscreen in them to help protect your face.

Drink lots and lots of water

This is very important more than I can emphasize. When we do any exercising, swimming, walking and are in the heat, our bodies dehydrate quickly. Putting water back into your body helps replenish your skin.

Exfoliate your skin

Using a great exfoliant is important. I use Morccanoil Body Buff. It retails for $42 and is worth every penny and smells wonderful.  It’s important to exfoliate at least once a week, and even more so if you have been in the sun. Morccanoil Body Buff is restorative argan and essential oils, with a dried orange peel. It smells divine!  Using a natural exfoliant to help polish away dead skin cells helps renew your skin and bring back a level of smoothness to clarify and tone your skin and pores.

Stay out of the sun

Best time to stay out of the sun is late morning and mid-afternoon between 2 pm and 4 pm, that’s when the sun is at its hottest and you are more likely to get burned and dehydrate much faster.  It’s also the critical time your skin will be at its weakest. If you are like me, you love rays of sunshine, which is fine.  I love the glow the sun gives me, however protecting yourself is important so you don’t damage your skin.

Cleanse your face

I cannot stress this enough. As women we use makeup, our faces get oily and this can even cause breakouts. It’s important at the end of the day to cleanse our faces, remove the dirt and oil. Never peel or remove blemishes from your face as it can make it worse and cause it to spread and create scars.

Moisturizing is Important

This is the last and most important step in protecting your skin from the summer sun.  Use a moisturizer that good for your skins. I love Moroccanoil Body Souffle. Whipped body milk and butter, Moroccanoil Body Souffle drenches your skin to provide deep hydration, leaving your skin feeling soft like velvet.

With reparative argan oil, shea butter and aloe vera, three key ingredients that help stimulate the skin’s cellular renewal and work to improve the health and vitality of our skin.  It’s suitable for all skin types and retails for $42.

No matter what you do while enjoying the summer sun, remember to just protect yourself. Take care of your skin because its the only skin you have. Drink lots of water, hydrate, moisturize and exfoliate. Don’t allow the sun to take away not only looking great but feeling great about your skin.

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3 comments

Terrie dawson@dermology.us May 7, 2014 - 11:28 pm

Wow!! Really wonderful and useful summer skin care tips. During the summer months our skin changes and it’s more important to take good care of skin. Thanks for sharing the article which is truly fulfilling the need of good skincare in summers.

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Rachael July 29, 2013 - 9:18 am

Great post! I think out of all the ones you mentioned, getting enough water is the most important. Water is what helps keep your skin nourished and helps you look refreshed. Plus many people don't get enough water as it is!

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Finishing Diamond To July 26, 2013 - 12:19 am

Nice post. Our body may need the sun’s heat but definitely not too much of it. Thanks for posting.

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