You adjust your clocks and alter your wardrobe as the seasons change; be sure to give the same attention to your beauty regimen. As the days grow longer and the mercury starts to rise, your skin and hair care needs change. Warmer temperatures generally mean more humidity in the air and even dry skin can feel oily, causing you to doubt your go-to products.
Dehydration is less of a worry in the warmer months, so you may want to ditch the heavy moisturizing creams for lighter lotions. H2O Face Oasis Hydrating Lotion SPF 30 provides oil-free deep hydration with the added benefit of SPF 30. Hot weather can make some of us reactive. La Roche Posay Toleraine Ultra is a light-weight moisturizer that will help reduce redness and heat sensation.
Instead of dreading the idea of revealing summer clothing, wake up your winter skin with Jan Marini Bioglycolic Resurfacing Body Scrub. Suitable for all skin types, it will retexturize and smooth, leaving your skin show-off soft. Exfoliation is also the key to a long-lasting faux tan. Fake rather than bake with Jane Iredale Tantasia Self Tanner, a natural formula that builds a gradual tan, suitable for both body and face.
If you doubt you’ll ever be able to wear those cute new sandals, Exuviance Heel Repair will take care of dry, cracked heels and thick, calloused skin — no filing necessary!
Humidity can be your hair’s worst enemy, causing unwanted waves and frizz. Alterna BAMBOO Smooth Pure Kendi Oil Pure Treatment can be used as a style primer or a treatment. Built-in humidity resistance banishes frizz and keeps your locks smooth and sleek. Warm weather brings outdoor activities, exposing your hair to sun, water and chlorine. Protect your tresses with Phyto Phytomist Instant Hydrating Conditioner. The leave-in treatment with UV protection is perfect for on-the-go.