After a hot and sweaty summer, the monsoon comes as a relief but the humid and damp weather takes a toll on the skin, hair and eyes. Monsoon brings humidity and it’s bad news for all type of skins.
To restore moisture to dry skin, choose a heavier, oil-based moisturizer that contains ingredients that help keep your skin hydrated. For very dry and cracked skin, petrolatum-based products are preferable. They have more staying power than creams do and are more effective at preventing water from evaporating from your skin. Drink as much water as you can. Water consumption hydrates your body
and flushes out all the unwanted toxins.
The main reason behind having oily skin is hormonal changes that are genetically determined. There is nothing much one can do to change skin condition permanently, however little changes in the way you take care of your skin will bring about a slow and gradual change in the way it feels and looks. Follow these easy tips to keep your skin in good condition:
As it is a combination of oily and dry skin, such skin types should be taken extra care. The dry part of it should be cleansed and moisturized regularly and the oily part of it should be cleaned, scrubbed and toned to match the dry skin type.
Be it any skin type there are few tips that needs to be followed religiously to keep it in a healthy condition, these include:
Most of the diseases are associated with food during monsoon causing fungal bacterial and viral infections in the body. Healthy diet is the best option to avoid these problems. Prohibit mosquito breeding since they are also carriers of deadly germs.
Do not let water accumulate in your surroundings. Put a few drops of
Kerosene or phenyl in stagnant water to check the undesired mosquito
breeding. Mosquito nets should be used wherever possible.