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Summer Beauty Struggles Solved: 10 Simple Solutions for Stress-Free Skin and Hair in Hot WeatherSummer Beauty Struggles Solved: 10 Simple Solutions for Stress-Free Skin and Hair in Hot Weather

Summer is the time to relax, let go and embrace your natural beauty. But in between the BBQs, ball games and trips to the beach, there may be little time left to deal with seasonal beauty challenges. From greasy skin to lifeless locks, here are simple ways to survive summer’s worst hair and skin care struggles.

Hot Weather Beauty for the Pool or Beach: Summer Beach Bag EssentialsHot Weather Beauty for the Pool or Beach: Summer Beach Bag Essentials

Summer is officially here, and for many that means long, lazy days spent lounging by the water. But every bathing beauty knows that the sun’s heat can leave even the healthiest hair and skin feeling lackluster and dehydrated. To maintain moisture and shine, a good defensive strategy is a must – check out our simple how-to guide to maintaining a fresh summertime glow.

Natural Beauty for Healthy Skin and Hair: The Herbal Benefits of Thyme Natural Beauty for Healthy Skin and Hair: The Herbal Benefits of Thyme

Looking for a natural alternative for battling skin infections, acne or hair loss? According to recent studies, a common garden herb may offer a solution to these skin and hair woes. Thyme has been shown to reduce inflammation and fight the bacteria and fungi that lead to skin infections such as athlete’s foot. Read on to find out more about the potential benefits of this multifaceted herb and how to make it a part of your everyday routine.

Skin Care Specific to Sunny, Hot Weather: A Beach Lover’s Guide to Healthy Summer Skin – Part 2Skin Care Specific to Sunny, Hot Weather: A Beach Lover’s Guide to Healthy Summer Skin – Part 2

If the beach is your go-to spot for summer fun, then it’s essential to protect your skin from unsightly – and potentially deadly – damage from the sun. From the most powerful sunscreens to the faking the perfect sun-kissed color – here’s the beach lover’s guide to healthy summer skin.

Hair Care Specific to Sunny, Hot Weather: A Beach Lover’s Guide to Healthy Summer Hair – Part 1Hair Care Specific to Sunny, Hot Weather: A Beach Lover’s Guide to Healthy Summer Hair – Part 1

Love the beach? Before slipping on your swimsuit or stepping foot into the sand, take steps to protect your locks. From smart styling to hair care essentials, read on for 10 ways to maintain gorgeous, naturally luscious locks all summer long.

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FAQs

Q: I can’t seem to get the acne on my back under control. This area is hard to reach for applying topical treatments. Any tips?

A: Consider using a topical spray that’s specially formulated and designed to reach and treat the toughest back blemishes. Glytone Back Acne Spray features 2% salicylic acid to fight acne and restore healthy, balanced skin.

Q: My only summer skincare challenge is excess oil. Typically, I cleanse with a bar of facial soap, but that doesn’t seem to help. Can I switch up my cleanser to reduce shine?

A: Swap your soap with a facial cleanser like ?Obagi CLENZIderm M.D. Daily Care Foaming Cleanser that contains 2% salicylic acid. Even though this ingredient is most often associated with fighting acne, it also helps reduce the production of oil in the skin to create a healthier, more matte complexion.

Q: As soon as the weather turns hot and humid, my normally well-balanced hair turns into a greasy, stringy mess. What can I do?

A: Warm weather can stimulate your scalp to produce excess sweat and oil – resulting in greasy, lifeless locks. To reduce shine and refresh your hair, keep a dry shampoo on hand. A top pick by Glamour and Allure, Klorane Gentle Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk instantly absorbs oil and softens hair for a freshly washed look – no water required.

Q: To protect my hair from sun damage, can I simply slather a standard sunscreen into my hair before heading outside?

A: Applying normal sunscreen to your hair will result in a greasy mess that’ll make you want to hide inside. But, you can use your favorite sunscreen to make a DIY UV spray to protect your locks. Simply add 2 teaspoons of sunscreen to one cup of water. Pour the mixture into an empty spray bottle, and mist your locks before and during sun exposure for effective UV defense.




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