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Let’s Pamper yourself this monsoon …..

Let’s Pamper yourself this monsoon …..

Rainy season brings relief from the heat of summer causing sun burns, tans,
sweaty and stinky days. Rainy season is a refreshing season for everyone but
due to humid weather it brings different kinds of infections . With the approach
of raining season, you need to think about extra care to your skin as this is the
time you get all types of microbial organisms in the environment which is likely
to trouble you with skin infections. Fungal and bacterial infections are
common in the rainy season. The skin and hair care are essential due to high
risk of allergies and irritation due to rainy water.
Person with dry skin must drink lots of water to keep the skin hydrated and to
wash off the toxins from the body. The skin must be clean and moisturized.
Alcohol based toners must not be used.
In oily skin person excess oil must be removed by washing the face 2-3 times
a day. Hot water wash is more beneficial than cold water as hot water helps in
dissolving the oil from the skin easily.
 The skin must be cleaned daily with a soap free cleanser and the dead
cells removed by gently rubbing the skin.
 Consumption of water must be increased during the rainy season to keep
the skin hydrated.
 A toner must be used after each wash of the face in order to close the
pores and to restore the pH balance of the skin.
 Rainy season makes the skin dehydrated; hence the skin must be
moisturized regularly to keep it healthy.
 The cleansing agent must be mild but strong enough to remove the dirt
and dust from the skin.
 Dirty water of the rains can lead to toe infections of the toes and nails.
Diabetic patients must take special care to keep their feet dry and clean.
Walking in puddles of water must be avoided and shoes, socks and
raincoats must be kept clean and dry.
 Even though the sky is cloudy and you aren’t directly exposed to the sun,
80 per cent of UV rays still pass through clouds and penetrate your skin.
Using a water resistant, oil-free broad-spectrum sunscreen with SPF of 30
and above is the best way to protect your skin.
 Ditch the heavy foundation and make the switch to a Theraderm BB
cream or a tinted moisturizer, preferably with an SPF that will give you
just enough coverage for the day.
 To get rid of all the grime on your feet by using chemical peel like glycolic
or lactic peel.
 The humid weather can make the skin dry or oily. Cleanse your skin with
medicated wipes at least twice a day to slough away sweat, impurities and
dead skin build-up. If you have dry skin, use a cream-based cleanser to
keep it moist. For oily skin, opt for a soap less gel cleanser that will
cleanse and purify the skin while balancing its ph.

 Wet hair can cause damage to your hair as rain water is dirty and acidic,
which is really bad for your hair.so, keep hair dry.
 Use a mild yet deep cleansing shampoo to remove any residue on your
scalp left behind by rain water as well preventing fungal or bacterial
infections.
 Hair oil boosts the moisture in your hair which revitalizes your hair
 Avoid tying up your hair in the monsoon which make it frizzy due to
dipping of rainy water into it.
 Deep moisturizing to hair is done by using conditioner on entire shaft of
hair specially on ends of your hair.

Monsoon awake the nature from a deep sleep and the entire dry land turns
into beautiful green carpet .so this monsoon visit your doctor and make
yourself aware about skin and hair care to look beautiful …..to be attractive

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