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How to have healthy, glowing skin during monsoon

Monsoon is a season that is related with fun and frolic. But this season, as every other season, requires great care of the skin. Breakouts and acne are common in this season. The rainwater has toxic chemicals in it. Thus rainwater gives rise to skin infections. But not to worry, we can prepare our skin for the season. Here are some tips that you can follow for a healthy glowing skin: 1. Proper cleaning: Dense and humid atmosphere during the monsoons acuse the skin pores to get clogged with oil and grime. Use non-alcoholic, soap free cleanseror face wash for at least 2 times every day to clean your face, hands and legs. 2. Moisturise: During monsoon, the weather has moisture and humidity in it, due to which sometimes you don't feel like putting a moisturiser on your skin. But you should never go without a moisturiser. Use water based lotions that will keep your skin hydrated and supple. 3. Don't say No to Sunscreen Sun may have gone behind the clouds but then it's rays are scattered and still present in the atmosphere. So you should always apply sunscreen on your exposed skin whenever you go out. 4. Stay hydrated: During rainy season, as it is not so hot, so you don't feel that thirsty but staying hydrated is very essential part of a good skin care regime. Make your own drinks by adding flavours to it so that you can make yourself gulp down more litres of water. If you are not hydrated then your skin seems lifeless and without glow. 5. Let your skin breathe You don't need to always cover your feet in shoes. In rainy season you should wear sleepers and sandals that are open as most of the bacteria grow in moist areas, so a big no to shoes. Also make sure you dry your hands and feet immediately after getting wet so there are no fungal infections on your skin.

News Nation Bureau | Updated : 21 July 2017, 07:21:41 PM
How to have healthy, glowing skin during monsoon

How to have healthy, glowing skin during monsoon

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Monsoon is a season that is related with fun and frolic. But this season, as every other season, requires great care of the skin. Breakouts and acne are common in this season. The rainwater has toxic chemicals in it. Thus rainwater gives rise to skin infections. But not to worry, we can prepare our skin for the season. Here are some tips that you can follow for a healthy glowing skin:

How to have healthy, glowing skin during monsoon

How to have healthy, glowing skin during monsoon

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1. Proper cleaning:

Dense and humid atmosphere during the monsoons acuse the skin pores to get clogged with oil and grime. Use non-alcoholic, soap free cleanseror face wash for at least 2 times every day to clean your face, hands and legs.

How to have healthy, glowing skin during monsoon

How to have healthy, glowing skin during monsoon

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2. Moisturise:

During monsoon, the weather has moisture and humidity in it, due to which sometimes you don't feel like putting a moisturiser on your skin. But you should never go without a moisturiser. Use water based lotions that will keep your skin hydrated and supple.

How to have healthy, glowing skin during monsoon

How to have healthy, glowing skin during monsoon

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3. Don't say No to Sunscreen

Sun may have gone behind the clouds but then it's rays are scattered and still present in the atmosphere. So you should always apply sunscreen on your exposed skin whenever you go out.

How to have healthy, glowing skin during monsoon

How to have healthy, glowing skin during monsoon

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4. Stay hydrated:

During rainy season, as it is not so hot, so you don't feel that thirsty but staying hydrated is very essential part of a good skin care regime. Make your own drinks by adding flavours to it so that you can make yourself gulp down more litres of water. If you are not hydrated then your skin seems lifeless and without glow.

How to have healthy, glowing skin during monsoon

How to have healthy, glowing skin during monsoon

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5. Let your skin breathe

You don't need to always cover your feet in shoes. In rainy season you should wear sleepers and sandals that are open as most of the bacterias grow in moist areas, so a big no to shoes. Also make sure you dry your hands and feet immediately after getting wet so there are no fungul infections on your skin.