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4 simple ways to keep skin good in summer

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When summer comes the temperature rises Taking proper care of the skin is very important during this time of the year as excessive sweating can lead to many skin problems

When summer comes, the temperature rises. Taking proper care of the skin is very important during this time of the year as excessive sweating can lead to many skin problems. Apart from causing acne and rashes, excessive heat can cause extensive damage to skin cells. But don’t worry, there are a few things you can do to get beautiful and healthy skin this summer. Let’s know 4 easy ways to keep skin good in summer-

1. Do not rub too much on the skin
Exfoliating is an essential part of skin care as it helps remove dead cells from the skin. But don’t rub your skin too much while exfoliating, as this can damage the layers of the skin and increase irritation. Gently exfoliate your face and use cotton to pat it dry. Exfoliate twice a week to keep skin glowing.

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2. Avoid oily food
Avoiding oily foods is important to maintain healthy skin. Oily or fried food in summer can be extremely bad for your skin as it aggravates acne problems which can lead to more stubborn pigmentation spots. Avoiding such food during this time is also good for the stomach.

3. Avoid caffeinated or sugary drinks
Keeping our body hydrated during summer is essential. But avoid caffeinated and extra sugary drinks. It is important to stay hydrated by drinking pure water, fresh fruit juice, canned water etc instead of such drinks. Because these caffeinated drinks can do more harm than good for your body.

4. Avoid wearing synthetic clothes
Avoid wearing synthetic clothes to avoid excessive sweating. Opt for cotton clothes instead. Because air can easily move through cotton clothes. This makes it easier to prevent sweating, rashes and itching on the skin.

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