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With the arrival of the monsoons, arises an upsurge in the need to take basic care of the skin. Dust elements simply light on your skin that ultimately harm the even and supple look that your skin retains. Some of the essential tips to preserve your nourished skin are given as below:

  • Keep your skin hydrated by drinking 8-10 glasses of water daily which beneficially keeps your skin supple and radiant, flawless, youthful skin.
  • Do use soap-free cleansers and a suitable scrub to keep your skin moist at all times. Suggestively, use a non-alcoholic toner followed by toning because the extreme moisture may expose your pores.
  • Make sure to keep using your sunscreen even if the environment becomes cool and cloudy.
  • Do light makeup and choose water-proof makeup. Heavy makeup in the monsoon is a big no-no.
  • Go for lotion-based serum that hydrates and revitalizes your skin.
  • Mild exfoliation is required every day to clear the dead skin.
  • Stay away from bleach and facials in the monsoons as bleaches are more harmful to your face and facial make your skin uneven.
  • Rub in some milk cream to your washed lips at night. Keep away from darkly shaded lipsticks and spread on coconut oil if they are chapped.
  • Always keep your skin and body waxed, manicured and pedicured for an even look also helps in keeping your body clean.
  • As you reach home to make sure to always wash your face, hands, and feet with hand-hot water to make you feel invigorated.
  • Make your own face peels and packs at home purely by using the elements from the kitchen which are nourishing for your skin.
  • Use lukewarm water instead of hot water. Hot water harms your skin and weakens the skin capillaries.
  • Take special care to just wipe your face gently with a towel. Rubbing Leads to uneven and dull skin.
  • Never cleanse your skin in a hurry. Improper cleansing converts into infectious attacks that cause breakouts.
  • Do confirm and check in the salons when you go for a pedicure whether the tools are disinfected thoroughly.
  • Wear water-proof footwear such as sandals and floaters to let your feet breathe in, whereas wearing closed footwear makes your feet sweat which causes bacterial and fungal contaminations.
  • Include healthy and nutritious servings of food that are inclusive of good fats that are necessary for mending harmed skin and also absorbing moisture.
  • In the rainy season, it is highly recommended not to try and test fake jewelry if you are prone to allergic skin. Extreme moisture in the environment will multiply the threats of a breakout.
  • It is advised to wear light and lose clothes during monsoons and also keep the skin dry. Wetness in the clothes leads to bacterial and fungal infections.

Skincare tips for the newborns in monsoon

  • For the newborns, skin care is essential during the monsoons.
  • Optionally, you can lightly oil massage your baby.
  • Bathing the baby, with comfy water, twice or thrice a week is good enough to keep your baby clean.
  • It is recommended to use talcum powder to keep the baby’s skin dry from the humid environment, by using talcum powder in the right way so as to avoid the baby from breathing in.
  • Go for the light-colored clothes for your baby as the environment changes a lot throughout the monsoon. If the weather is cool cover your baby in layers of clothes and if warm, remove the extra layers.