We’re almost hitting the summer season and thanks to Olay Skincare scientist David Khoo, I’ve got some really easy-to-follow tips to get your skin summer ready!
Getting Your Skin Summer Ready
I don’t know about you but, during the warmer months I usually prefer to go without makeup most of the time. So how can you have that even, glowing skin for that makeup free look?
David suggests that you start taking care of your skin now as the best skincare products usually take 2 to 4 weeks to work properly.
- He recommends using an exfoliating cleanser to help remove dead skin cells and reveal smoother, brighter skin. Pick a gentle cleanser that won’t strip your skin.
- Then apply a moisturiser that will help nourish and reduce hyperpigmentation for a more even complexion.
- Follow on with a good sunscreen even if you cannot feel the heat of the sun, because remember, the sun is always there!
Products you can use:
- ^Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant rrp$62.48
- ^Skin Doctors Accelerating Cleanser $24.99
- Mario Badescu Enzyme Cleansing Gel rrp$18.99
- ^Olay Regenerist Luminous Brightening Cleanser rrp$15.99
- ^Neutrogena Pore Refining Exfoliating Cleanser rrp$14.99
- ^Aveeno Positively Radiant Cleanser rrp$11.19
Moisturisers/Serums That Help Reduce Hyperpigmentation
- ^Dermalogica PowerBright Pure Light SPF50 rrp$92.50
- ^Skin Doctors SD White & Bright rrp$49.99
- ^Olay Regenerist Luminous Tone Perfecting Cream rrp$48.99
- Nuxe White Intensive Correcting Serum rrp$47.99
- ^Dermalogica Super Sensitive Shield SPF30 rrp$64.00
- ^Invisible Zinc Face & Body SPF30 rrp$34.99
- ^La Roche-Posay Anthelios XL SPF50+ Ultra Light rrp$27.99
With clear, radiant skin, all you need is some mascara, lip gloss and/or stain and maybe even a cheek stain for that fresh summer look!
Stay tuned next week when I share with you some tips on getting your body summer ready! And I’m talking about the skin on your body not your actual body.
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