This summer, it’s time for you to prepare well for the scorching heat expected ahead. As the temperature changes, we need to change the summer care routine to make sure that the skin stays young and fresh and keeps you feeling lively. Take a look at these options to add to your skin care routine, that you can get at great prices.
Aloe Vera Gel
Aloe vera gel rejuvenates your skin and is light on the skin, leaving it smooth and non-greasy. It’s great to detox with aloe vera gel after you’ve worn makeup the whole day. Aloe vera gel also helps reduce dandruff, restricts hair fall along with a host of other benefits for hair.
Choose a refreshing gel-based body wash that also cares for your skin. Choose from options like body washes with tea tree oil, ylang ylang extracts, lemon or lavender.
Excellent for all skins and ideal for gifting too, these handmade soaps remove tanning, cure skin itching and detoxify the skin, leaving it refreshingly fragrant. Its herbal ayurvedic formulation and natural extracts make them absolutely safe of allergies and irritation.
Fruit-based face wash
Go for a fruit-based face wash this summer to keep your skin light and refreshed. This also ensures you don’t have to worry about drying your skin out if you wash it too many times to beat the heat.
The Bio-Oil formulation is a combination of plant extracts and vitamins suspended in an oil base; It contains the breakthrough ingredient PurCellin Oil, which changes the formulation’s overall consistency, making it light and non-greasy, ensuring that the goodness contained in the vitamins and plant extracts is easily absorbed. Bio-Oil is a specialist skincare oil that helps improve the appearance of scars, stretch marks and uneven skin tone. It is also effective for aging and dehydrated skin.
Keep a kajal pencil, mascara, compact or CC cream, sunscreen lotion and lip balm at all times with you, in case you need it in emergencies. Also, add a nude shade of lipstick to prep up for an urgent work commitment or something in a pop shade for a night out in town. Source: Hindustan Times