We all know the sun can do a number on our skin—and applying sunscreen before heading outdoors (and reapplying at least every two hours and after swimming or sweating) is just the
beginning. Even if you do a stellar job of protecting your skin while you’re outside, a few extra steps once you get inside can go a long way for keeping your skin looking and feeling its best.
But first, it’s important to understand that a sunburn isn’t the only potential damage that can affect your skin. The sun is a major cause of skin dehydration as well, and the addition of chlorine or salt water can make for dry, tight, uncomfortable skin after a day of fun in the sun.
The good news is, it’s easy to restore lost moisture and get your skin back on track when you have the right products on hand.