Summer and hot weather mean changing all my skin care. My skin still needs moisturizing, but not the heavier moisture barrier it requires in the winter when the furnace-heated air is dryer.
Like most women, I use a skin nourishing heavier facial cream at night and let it work while I sleep. However, during the day, a light moisturizer under makeup is the best way to keep my skin looking its best without clogging pores.
I love this serum because it uses only natural ingredients and makes my skin feel fresh and clean while providing all the nutrients and moisture barrier it requires.
The antioxidants, vitamin C and E and beta-carotene help firm the skin while hydrating it.
② Jojoba Oil
I use jojoba (pronounced ho-ho-ba) as my a carrier oil. There are so many different ones you could use. Oily and acne prone skin benefit from jojoba, neem, pumpkin seed and castor oil, just to name a few, while damaged or aging skin improves with sweet almond, wheat germ, and jojoba oil. Normal skin can use almost any type of carrier oil.
I use jojoba oil because it not only moisturizes skin, which you would expect from a natural oil, but it is also absorbed readily. It contains powerful antioxidants like vitamin E that helps eliminate wrinkles, won’t block pores and has antibacterial properties to help fight adult acne.
③ Essential Oils
My summer daytime moisturizer also uses essential oils. My two favs are frankincense and lavender.
It also contains prophylactic, which not only protects skin cells, also encourages new cell growth.
Calleigh is passionate about inspiring others to a healthy living and encourages to re-discover their lifestyle. Her keen interest in health shines through in her written work on DIY skin care, beauty tips, healthy and active lifestyles.
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