While applying sun protection before heading outside is absolutely crucial, I do find that even though I’ve been protected from getting sunburnt, the elements do still affect my skin, leaving it feeling hot and dry, especially after a scorching, windy day outside so it’s just as important to treat the skin after exposure to the sun.
There are now some amazing post sun skincare products out there and coupled with products you already have, you can create a comprehensive after sun skincare regime to help the skin cool and repair after a hot day out.
Below are the products I’ve been reaching for during the Summer!
SunSense Cooling Creme Gel – With a lovely texture that melts into the skin, this product not only cools and hydrates but also contains great ingredients such as antioxidants and grape seed extract to help the skin bounce back and reduce the risk of skincare ageing.
La Clinica Skin Relief Bio Vitamin Oil – Containing 100% Natural plant oils and certified organic ingredients such as Jojoba, Rosehip, Chamomile Oils and Vitamins A, C and E, this oil is light but so effective at delivering relief to dry, tight skin. An amazing all in one, multi use product!
Skinstitut Hydrating Mask – This mask helps hydrate and plump up the skin, leaving it feeling so soft after you’ve rinsed the mask off. Shea Butter, Red Raspberry Vinegar, Castor Oil and Cucumber Extract are just some of its ingredients.
Puretopia Sensitive Care Soothing & Comforting Protective Moisturiser – With a very light formula which is perfect for many in Summer, this moisturiser definitely does help calm red and irrtiated skin thanks to its ingredients such as Omega Acids and Oats.
Carmex Moisturising Lip Balm – Carmex is such a classic lip balm and with a bit of a tingle, works so well at relieving and moisturising dry lips. It contains Lanolin, Cacao Seed Butter and Beeswax in its formula. Perfect for use all year round.
Are you a fan of any of these products?
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