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Keeping your skin healthy during the monsoon season - Expert tips to stay healthy and glowing.
After the sweltering heat of summers, monsoons have come knocking on our doors with great gusto. Everybody loves the sight of rains, the relishes, the respite it brings from the heat and sweating, however, the busy and hectic schedules do not really give us the time to sit back and enjoy the rains, let alone modify our skincare routine to suit the changing temperature.
Monsoons are a tough time for the skin, the increased humidity and the general ‘feel’ of dampness leads to a ‘shower’ of problem such as acne, blackheads, whiteheads, oily skin, itching, eczema, irritations, rashes, fungi and bacterial infections and decreases the skin’s ability to retain moisture. In the ideal conditions, the skin has a perfect balance of acidity and alkalinity and keeps glowing and remains oil-free. The sebum produced by skin glands maintains this balance and prevents the germs and toxins from attacking the skin. Monsoon robs the skin of moisture and as a result, the oily skin becomes more oily, the dry skin dryer, the combination of skin changes and the normal skin becomes unpredictable.
An accelerated ageing process because of disturbed pH balance of the skin further increases the perils of improper skincare. It is obvious that your summer skincare routine will not work in monsoon, here are some best ways to keep your skin healthy, glowing and clear during the monsoon.
Article Source – https://www.timesnownews.com/health/article/keeping-your-skin-healthy-during-the-monsoon-season-expert-tips-to-stay-healthy-and-glowing/623311
Dr. Debraj Shome is Director and Co founder of The Esthetic Clinics. He has been rated amongst the top surgeons in India by multiple agencies. The Esthetic Clinics patients include many international and national celebrities who prefer to opt for facial cosmetic surgery and facial plastic surgery in Mumbai because The Esthetic Clinics has its headquarters there.