With the onset of climate change and the onset of the monsoon, a number of skin diseases can be cured by following a few helpful tips.
According to dermatologists, people with oily skin, especially those with oily skin, should take the time to clean their skin during the monsoon season. While the monsoon season causes a number of stomach complaints, there are many skin-related conditions during this season. Complaints also increase.
According to dermatologists, special measures must be taken to protect the skin from seasonal infections and acne during the monsoon, otherwise the skin diseases will spread rapidly during this season and it will take a long time to eradicate them. ۔
According to experts, the monsoon season is not as dangerous for those with normal and dry skin as it is for those with oily skin. Goes and spreads on the face and this is actually due to the changing effects of the weather which cannot be stopped but the negative effects can be reduced.
Experts say that during the monsoon, people with oily and acne should wash their face at least 3 times a day. The best time to wash their face is in the morning and at night, and if the skin is dry and sometimes Even people with oily skin are required to wash their face with face wash at least twice a day.
Medical experts recommend that you wash your skin frequently during the rains with a good or physician-recommended face wash and take special care of your overall hygiene.
*Better results can be achieved by following the following tips regularly to avoid the negative effects of the monsoon season on the skin.
People with oily skin should wash their face with salicylic acid face wash 2-3 times a day and massage their face with ice, do not give up these habits till the monsoon season.
In this season, a toner containing tea tree oil can be applied on the skin, it will be useful.
Try to keep calm and drink plenty of water.
Keep tissue paper with you at all times, wipe off the sweat and excess oil on your facial skin with tissue paper.
As the body temperature rises, the skin pores begin to release excess oil, so avoid caffeinated beverages such as tea, coffee, carbonated water and spicy foods.
Scrubbing is a great practice for skin health, but people with oily skin can avoid scrubbing during the monsoon, at most twice a week.
Alum water can be made and applied on the face with the help of cotton for 15 minutes to close open pores.
People with dry skin can use a good, light-lubricating moisturizer when going out of the house, while those with oily skin can apply aloe vera gel.
People with oily skin should avoid any kind of BB cream or moisturizing lotion during monsoon, apply makeup at least.
Moisturizing the skin during the monsoon season can be dangerous for the skin. During the monsoon, people with oily skin can apply aloe vera gel directly to their face.
Similarly, people with dry and normal skin can use a light and low-grease moisturizer while moisturizing the skin.