My final post for Acne Awareness Month will be about dealing with summer breakouts. As you well know, our bodies produce more oil and perspiration tends to increase during the summer. This can lead to acne breakouts, which is why it is important to take extra care of your skin during hot temperatures.
Here are some top tips for dealing with summer breakouts:
- Avoid using heavy moisturisers as they are better suited during the winter months.
- Look for moisturisers that are non-comedogenic as they are less likely to break you out.
- Cleanse before you go to bed as this will get rid of any oil or dirt your skin accumulated over the course of the day.
- Use an oil-free sunscreen with an SPF of at least 20 before leaving the house. If you can, use a mattifying sunscreen as it will makes your skin look less shiny.
- Tone your face after cleansing. Apple cider vinegar mixed with rose water make for a great natural skin toner.
- Use blotting paper to clean up any excess oils. A lot of them have a mattifying film to prevent more oil from appearing in your face.
- Try to wear cotton clothing, as it allows your skin to breathe, which can reduce body acne.
- Drink plenty of water. If you get bored of drinking regular water, add a few slices of cucumber some and mint leaves to give it some flavour.
- Change your pillow case at least twice a week. Especially if you tend to have a lot of products on your hair while you sleep. These oils can go on your pillow case and transfer to your face.
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