Although the sun is still shining brightly, the days are becoming shorter, the mornings cooler and we are sorry that the beautiful and healthy tan color that caught our skin during the holidays begins to disappear little by little. To help you maintain that flattering skin tone for as long as possible, we leave you with a few beauty tips and advice. Follow them and you will see how your skin thanks you:
- You can continue enjoying the sun, but remember to use a sunscreen cream daily.
- Apply a self-tanner 1-2 times a week to prolong your tan.
- During the summer months, we have overexposed our skin to the sun. Consequently, we produce much more melanin and our skin tans. But it is true that, despite using sunscreen correctly and being careful with the hours of sunlight, UV rays are a real “punishment” for our skin, both on the face and body. The result is that at the end of the summer our skin is dehydrated, dull, with less smoothness … and with spots !! It is the ideal time to take the appropriate measures to recover it.
- Give a weekly exfoliation to your skin, but uses gentle exfoliants, Como exfoliants range Iroha Nature, that removes the remains of dirt and dead cells without being aggressive for your tan.
- During the day apply moisturizers (if they contain Rosa Mosqueta oil they will fight dehydration thoroughly).
- At night, use repairing, antioxidant, depigmenting and nourishing creams, which are enriched with vitamins C and E, collagen, etc. The Serums will recharge your skin with energy and vitality during the hours of sleep.
- Learn how to correctly apply the treatment products to reinforce the firmness of the face, oxygenate the tissue, and improve the skin through gentle firming self-massages.
- Use a few touches of makeup or bronzing powder to make up for that natural tan you are losing.
- Go back to a balanced diet that includes foods rich in vitamins and minerals. Include in your diet foods rich in beta-carotene (a group of pigments responsible for most of the yellow, orange, and red colors in plant foods), such as carrots, peppers, peaches, apricots, peppers, which stimulate the natural production of melanin in Our organism.These pigments are converted into Vitamin A in our body, one of the most powerful antioxidants there is. In this way they prevent the deterioration of cells and tissues, keeping them young and in their most optimal functioning. Benefit: they protect the skin from the sun’s rays since they activate melanin, which is a natural protection against the harmful rays of the sun.
- To be hydrated on the outside, you must also be hydrated on the inside. Drink sufficient water. It is recommended to drink 1.5-2 liters of water a day.
After the summer not only the little ones return to school…. Our skin also needs to resume normal habits and care and restart its natural process of regeneration.