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- Be H2O Friendly: Higher temperatures and more time outdoors leads to internal dehydration, which can result in headaches and dizzy spells! Eight ounce glasses of plain, filtered water every day help maintain critical moisture balance of the body and skin, and assist in detoxification.
Apply and Reapply: Get a Sunscreen that has UVA and UVB products and comes in SPF 30 and SPF 70.
How much: A teaspoon for the face. For the body, about as much as would fill a shot glass of sunscreen is enough.
How often: Re-apply every two hours.
Exfoliate your body: The ground rule of basic skincare is to exfoliate your skin. Gently rub your exfoliator in circular movements on your entire body from the shoulders down and rinse clean. Continue to do this 2-3 times a week for year-round beautiful skin.
Binge on cooling foods: Your diet also decides the glow on your face. Therefore, always eat seasonal fruits and vegetables that cool your body. Drink vegetables juices and coconuts water that will be the best electrolyte on a hot sunny day.
Give yourself vitamin C boost: Vitamin C is responsible for maintaining healthy collagen, the supportive tissue of the skin that helps the skin keep healthy, firm and strong. Load up on vitamin C rich foods like orange, lemon, amla, grapefruits, tomato and green leafy vegetables among others.
Do not ignore the eyes and lips: Your eyes and lips are the most exposed and the most neglected areas of your face. Whenever you step out of the house, make sure your eyes are covered with sunglasses and lips are loaded with sun protecting balm. Wash your eyes and lips with cold water once you come from outside.
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