Taking care of our skin is important, to keep and maintain its radiance and healthy appearance, unfortunately there are many factors that can affect and damage the beauty of our skin, which may lead to a multiple skin problems like wrinkles, hyperpigmentation and acne! Weather and its transitionss among the most common factors that affects the external appearance of the skin in so many different ways. It is necessary to understand how different conditions of weather could leave different impacts on our skin in order for us to avoid and control impacts. In this article, we will know how weather can affect our skin along with tips on how we deal with it.
During summer, while the temperature increases, the risk of skin problems also increases. Sunburns, wrinkles, dry skin, and skin ageing are all conditions that happen due to UV lights coming from long hours in the sun. In addition, if certain precautions are not taken, UV light could penetrate further into our skin and cause skin cancer. In order for us to avoid such conditions, the first and most important thing to do is to apply sunscreen before going out in such hot weather. Secondly, using moisturizers that gives proper hydration to compensate water loss. Another thing to do is to use the appropriate toner, as it helps tighten our skin pores, along with refreshing and cooling our skin. Finally, always remember to moisturize your inner body systems, for example do not drink a lot of soft drinks as it causes dehydration, and try consuming more fresh juices, and water.
On the other hand, during winter due to the different weather changes like the cold dry air, changing humidity, and the temperature swings from the inside and outside, people tend to suffer from conditions including cracking of the skin, severe dryness, extreme sensitivity, redness, and even eczema. Therefore, it is necessary to know how to avoid these unpleasant conditions with the proper tips we will provide. Usually, in such weather people tend to take hot baths, which is wrong because hot water will make your skin dryer and more cracked. So the best thing to do is to take either warm or cold baths as it helps in tighten the skin pores and minimizing the skin dryness. Another misleading thought is that people think sunscreen is not important in this particular type of weather. However as it is in the summer, the damage of the UV lights continues and lasts even in the winter, so people are recommended to use a sunscreen with an SPF of 15 on the body’s exposed parts. And finally, use soap and other products that are paraben free in order to avoid any skin irritations, itching, and dryness of the skin.
In conclusion, people are always recommended to take good care of their skin as it is the number one barrier to all of our body systems from all particles that are carried out through these seasonal changes.