After Sun Skincare Tips!

After Sun Skincare Tips!

Summer's here, so whether you're hitting the beach, lounging by the pool, or just enjoying some outdoor fun, it's essential to give your skin some extra TLC after spending time in the sun! Here are some super easy tips to help your skin recover and stay healthy + glowing all summer long.


Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate!

First things first – drink lots of water! After a day in the sun, your skin is thirsty, just like you. Hydrating from the inside out is crucial. Make sure you're drinking plenty of water to help replenish the moisture lost while you were basking in the sun. Try adding a scoop of our raspberry lemonade electrolytes for an additional quenching boost!


Cool Down

After coming inside, give your skin a cool, refreshing treat. A cold shower can do wonders to soothe your skin. If you're feeling fancy, try an ice bath for your face. Fill a bowl with cold water and ice cubes, then dunk your face in for a few seconds. It’s invigorating and helps reduce redness and inflammation.


Moisturize Like a Pro

Your skin needs some serious hydration after sun exposure. Use a good quality moisturizer to lock in moisture. Look for products with ingredients like aloe vera, hyaluronic acid, and glycerin. These will help soothe and hydrate your skin. Aloe vera gel is especially fantastic for sunburns – it’s like a cool drink for your skin. You can also try our relaxing Repair Oil with chamomile tea and jojoba oil to provide ultimate hydration and skin renewal.


Soothe Sunburns

Oops, got a little too much sun? It happens! If you’re dealing with sunburn, don’t worry. Aloe vera gel is a classic remedy for a reason – it’s incredibly soothing. You can also try applying yogurt, cucumber slices, or cooled chamomile tea bags to the affected area. They’re all great at reducing redness and providing relief.


Avoid Exfoliating

Your skin is already a bit stressed after being in the sun, so avoid exfoliating for a day or two. Let your skin recover and heal before you start scrubbing away. When you do exfoliate, be gentle and use a mild exfoliant.


Protect Your Skin

Last but not least, remember to protect your skin the next time you head out. Always use sunscreen with at least SPF 30, wear a wide-brimmed hat, and try to stay in the shade during peak sun hours. Your skin will thank you!

Even adding a few of these tips to your routine this summer should help save your skin from unnecessary damage. So remember, enjoy your summer, stay safe, and keep glowing!

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