Monsoon skincare: 5 best tips to take care of dry skin!

People having dry skin suffer from their own set of problems during monsoon such as patchy, scaly skin, invisible pores, irritated and dry skin.

Monsoon is a beautiful season but it can also be a source of several skin problems. Even though there is ample discourse around solutions and remedies for oily and acne-prone skin, there is seldom any discussion around problems for dry skin.

The rainy season tends to make your skin oily even if you have dry skin. People having dry skin suffer from their own set of problems such as patchy, scaly skin, invisible pores, irritated and dry skin.

Here are five ways through which you can keep your skin radiant and glowing even in monsoon.

1. Keep yourself hydrated

Keep yourself hydrated

It is extremely essential to keep yourself hydrated, irrespective of your skin type. However, dehydration can lead to parched and dry skin so it’s advisable to drink fluids throughout the day. 

2. Moisturise your skin dailyMoisturise your skin daily

You might skip on your moisturizer due to all the humidity in the air but that should be a complete no-no. Facial skin is externe sensitive and needs to be moisturized every day. It is recommended to use a gel-based moisturizer during the rainy season, however, if you’re suffering from very dry skin you can opt for a cream-based moisturizer.

3. Avoid hot showersAvoid hot showers

Hot or steamy showers might be non-negotiable in the winters but you should completely ditch them during other seasons. It can further dry and damage your skin more and might weaken your skin capillaries.

4. Always remove makeup after useAlways user makeup remover

You should avoid putting on excessive makeup during monsoon as it can lead to sweating and clogged pores. But often using make-up is unavoidable. Makeup should always be removed with a makeup remover followed by a good cleanser. Opt for a remover and cleanser that doesn’t make your skin dry.

5. Eat well for healthy skinEat well for healthy skin

Last but not the least, what you put inside your body is what will reflect outside on your body. Eat fresh veggies and meals including good fats as they are crucial for repairing dry and damaged skin.

Shambhavi Singh

Hi! My name is Shambhavi Singh and I am from Lucknow, UP. I am completing my graduation from the Amity University at Noida with a B. Des in Fashion Design! Hook 'em ;) No matter what brought you to my blog, I am so glad you are here. I really want this to be a space where I can create content that will reach and relate to other people in a positive way.

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