5 Step Guide to Monsoon-Ready Skin

Considering the rising temperature, I don’t know when the summer is finally bidding goodbye but, being an optimist, I am assuming the Monsoon will make an appearance very soon. Although the monsoon brings you joy and relief, it might not be the best season for your skin. This time, I am here with a bunch of tips that you can follow to get a healthy skin for this monsoon. Here are the 5 key steps to follow this rainy season-

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  1. Cleanse Your Face: No matter what season it is, your face needs to be cleaned thoroughly. The dirt and impurities can clog your pores and cause breakouts. Especially, in monsoon, your face might act crazily. The key is to keep it clean throughout the day. If you have dry skin, consider using mild cream or oil based cleanser that keeps your face hydrated after the wash. It’s very important to avoid foaming cleansers as they might take away the natural oils from your face, leaving it dry. Those who have oily/combination skin can use foaming cleansers. 
  2. Tone and Moisturize: Cleansing your face is not enough. A good toner helps to balance out your skin. It also ensures you don’t have any clogged pores. You can also use distilled rose water or cucumber juice instead of any fancy toners. Rose water is something that is natural and also great for almost all skin types including sensitive skin. 
  3. Thermal Waters: This is a gift from nature that has become a revolutionary beauty product. Thermal Spring Waters are derived from the mountains and are rich in minerals. These come in spray bottles. Thermal waters are great to treat any kind of skin irritation, sun burns and anything related to skin. It can be called an elixir for your skin. In monsoon, when you don’t know how your skin will start acting, thermal waters will come in handy. Just spray it directly onto your face and you are good to go.sunscreen
  4. Don’t Forget the Sunscreen: Summer might take its leave and you might not get the glimpse of the sun as much as you did during summers but, it will be there with all its glory. The UV rays will still be there, all set to damage your skin completely. So, don’t ditch your sunscreens as soon as the summer is over. It is something that you need throughout the year, just like shoes for your feet.drink-water
  5. Keep Yourself Hydrated: This is the key. Drinking adequate amount of liquid is fundamental to stay healthy. Monsoon is surely not as harsh as the summer, but, it definitely has its own disadvantages. Drinking water and liquids will not only keep you hydrated but, it will also ensure that you get a nice and glowy skin.

I hope you found this article helpful. It’s very important to have a healthy skin and to maintain it. May you monsoon days be happy and healthy.

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