FINALLY, FINALLY, FINALLY summer is shining upon us! The sun is stronger, the heat is intense, and our skin needs extra care to be healthier than ever.
Skin Care Estheticians spend summers underneath the same sun as the rest of us, but even the professionals have to work a bit harder to prevent breakouts and minimize sun damage during the summer months. Warm weather brings a whole slew of skin-care challenges and questions like, "Do I really have to moisturize even if it's 100 degrees out and my face feels oily?” (Spoiler alert: Yes.) Don’t forget monthly facials for maximum results to meet any of your skin care goals. With Hydrafacials, Tulasara Facials, advanced peels, and jelly masks, you’ll be ready to "face" that summer sun!.
With oily skin getting oilier and dry skin getting flakier your skin care routine will need some updating. Here are three essential summer tips to keep your skin fighting those harmful rays, free radicals, pollution and congestion. Info: RainSalonAndSpa.org
EXFOLIATION is essential to brighten and smooth by reducing dead skin cells and debris that can lead to congestion and increased dehydrated skin. For oily skin use a physical exfoliation such as a gentle manual scrub with light pressure and finer grains. Dry skin should use cream-based formulas with refined beads to aid in cell turnover. A non-abrasive liquid that wipes away surface cells and primes the skin for moisture is best for sensitive skin.
HYDRATION gives your skin the drink of water it craves in the summer. The right product for oily skin should instantly absorb oil while leaving a perfect balance and glow. Formulas for dry skin can smooth fine lines and defend the skin from environmental stressors. Products with coconut and jojoba are great for sensitive skin.
SUNSCREEN if you want an even complexion - SUNSCREEN to prevent premature aging. SUNSCREEN to reduce the risk of skin cancer by using. 100% mineral derived chemical free sunscreen of an SPF of 30 or higher is both sheer and light weight, protecting against harmful run rays and helping the skin defend itself from free radicals. You MUST reapply a minimum of every two hours.