by Chaima Filali
After a long day getting tanned in the beach , it is necessary to learn how to rejuvenate your skin and moisturize it with the right products.
Summer means sun exposure and tanning season, and whether you’re enjoying a drink in a balcony, or sunbathing in an island, sun exposure can cause damage the skin and lead to unwanted effects that is way skin should be protected at all costs and shown love and care after a vitamin D daily dose.
Enjoying the sun’s glowing rays and its beautiful summer vibes can be highly satisfying. However, the long-term consequences of the exposure can cause skin aging faster than expected.
For this reason, it is important to take care of your skin, and that doesn’t include the protection in moment of the exposure only but also after, where the repercussions tend to be more visible.
Cleanse away impurities
A deep cleanse is the first thing skin needs after soaking up the sun rays, the mixture of sunscreen and sweat could be unfriendly to the skin, the unwanted dirt, oil and impurities on your skin’s surface can cause many more issues such as acne or sensitive skin reactions, therefore, it is advisable to get rid of all residues and cleanse your skin from the surface to the pores, ensure the freshness and purity for your face, one can use light cleansing Aloe vera gels for sensitive skins or tea tree cleansing foams for oily skins, depending on the skin’s nature.
Refresh up the skin
Provide the skin with immediate comfort after the exhaustion it has seen all day lounging at the beach, what can be ideal for irritated skin is hydra-calming face mists made of pure elements with formulas that contain soothing and refreshing active ingredients, such as rose water or aloe vera mist, the skin deserves the instant freshen up.
No matter the skin type, this is considered as a crucial step in the post-sun treatment, heat and the sun may lead to drying off the skin, which can have serious impacts on the skin for the future, from patchiness to wrinkles and fine lines, it is a short horror story, thus the situation can be saved by rehydrating as much as possible and adding moisture back into the skin using a facial cream.
It is also noteworthy that Aloe Vera is the most common after-sun ingredient that would invigorate and help healing the skin as it is not only for its cooling and moisturizing effects but also for its anti-inflammatory properties.
Apply sheet masks
As previously mentioned, rehydrating the skin after sun exposure is a must, however applying a moisturizer can’t be sufficient, guarantee that extra hydration and use a moisturizing sheet mask, which can offer a cooling sensation to the skin after that burn, and provide an extra boost of moisture, plus the serum infused into the pores, would regenerate the texture of the skin and deeply cool, hydrate ,soothes the skin and gives the skin a temporary relief.
Concentrating on the skin makes us forget about lip care, which is as much important, and as much affected by exposure to the sun. Lips can be twice even more sensitive and harmed, that is way in order to to maintain hydration and soothe a dry, uncomfortable pout, a post-lip care routine is needed, consider a lip scrub that can help buff away dead cells from skin’s surface, then you can follow up with a hydrating lip conditioner or lip nourishing serum.
By Chaima Halima Filali