Stay Hydrated:-

“Drinking enough water/fluids is important for your general health,” says Karya Grossman md a dermatologist in private practice.

with Grossman Dermatology in Santa Monica, California, and spokesperson for the AAD. She recommends starting the day with a cup of green tea for hydration, caffeine, and antioxidants.   


In addition to drinking enough fluids, keeping your skin moist is essential to skin protection

Skin that is properly hydrated retains pliability and is less likely to become chapped, scaly, or flaky. Try these tips to keep your skin hydrated:-

 Use the right moisturizing cream or lotion for your skin. Take warm showers or baths and limit them to between five and 10 minutes. Invest in a humidifier. If your skin tends to be on the dry side, using a humidifier in your bedroom at night and in your work space.


Use Right SunsCream According To Your Skin Type:-

Thus applying a travel-friendly sunscreen is the most important part of your skincare routine. Sunscreens come in various forms such as gels, sunscreen lotion, creams, sprays, etc.

Sunscreen with SPF 30 is estimated to allow 1/30 of sun’s rays to get through the skin. Sunscreen with SPF 50 is estimated to allow 1/50 of the sun’s rays to get through the skin. Thus choose your sunscreen wisely.


Do you have dry skin that doesn’t do well in the sun? Then you need a sunscreen that doubles as a moisturizer. If you have oily, acne-prone skin, specifical sunscreen for oily skin is recommended as it will be water-based instead of oil-based thus a sunscreen gel is recommended for oily skin.

 it’s completely on your personal preferences whether you want to use a spray, lotion, stick or gel. What matters the most is how you use and how much you use. Also if you are using a sunscreen spray and you want to apply it to your face it is suggested to spray it onto you hands and then apply.


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