Vacation Time Means Skin Care Time

This past Memorial Day holiday marks the unofficial start of summer in our hemisphere. Schools are letting out, beaches and amusement parks are open for the season, and families have more time to enjoy vacations and good weather.

While we spend more time outdoors, this is a good reminder to take care of your skin during these warm, sunny days. Our friends at Prevention magazine have important tips for all of us to keep our skin healthy during the spring and summer months. 

First, the good news: “The sun can do a lot of good. It regulates sleep cycles, stimulates the body’s production of vitamin D, and enhances feelings of well-being,” the article states. “But there’s also a downside: Exposure to sun can lead to wrinkles, age spots, and skin cancer. In fact, sunshine is considered the single biggest cause of visible aging.”

But there are ways to protect your skin, including wearing the right sunscreen with a high SPF (sun protection factor). Apply it often, even with your makeup, and apply it liberally. Think of using a shot glass full of sunscreen. That what you should be using.

And make sure you check out the moisturizing and skin care line at From Coochy to Body Boost and more, your skin will thank you for taking care of it during these months when we show a little more and spend a little more time in the sun.  Contact your Consultant now so you’ll have plenty of product to get you through the summer.

Want to read more, including what to look for to avoid skin cancer? Check out the article here!

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