Make use of a mild soap. Soaps that are antibacterial or contain deodorant will dry out your skin. After you’ve bathed and washed your hands, moisturise your skin properly. Still have a moisturiser on hand. Even if it isn’t sunny outside, apply sunscreen every time you go out. Don’t just use it on your face; use it on all of your exposed body parts. Per two hours, reapply.
Dirt can clog your pores and cause acne breakouts in the summer due to the sun, moisture, and sweating. Experts advise using non-comedogenic (oil-free) items on your face instead of sweaty towels or clothing. A home treatment for acne breakouts is as follows: 2 tablespoon honey, 1 teaspoon cinnamon To make an even paste, combine the honey and cinnamon. Apply a thin layer of the paste to the areas that are susceptible to acne. Allow for a 5- to 10-minute rest period. Hot water can be used to clean. Honey and cinnamon also have anti-inflammatory properties that can help with acne-related pain and inflammation. They also have antibacterial properties and can prevent acne-causing bacteria from growing.
Sunburns will creep their way into your skin no matter how hard we try to stop them. It can cause skin swelling and painful rashes, as well as skin peeling in extreme cases. Apply an even layer of aloe vera gel to the affected region to treat mild sunburns at home. You can purchase 100% aloe gel at the store or harvest it fresh from a plant at home. Cold water should be used to clean the contaminated area. This will aid in the cooling and relief of the skin’s inflammation. Apply moisturiser to the infected region on a daily basis and drink plenty of water.