10 Tips for a Flawless Summer Look

1. Seek Products with Light Formulas

The summer air is very humid and makes us sweat more, so we don’t need heavy products to further clog our pores. Choose foaming cleansers instead of cleansing creams and oils because they are lightweight and gentler on the skin.

During the day, use serums that lock in moisture and bring immediate hydration to the skin, such as products with humectants (hyaluronic acid, glycerin) and ceramides.

For the nighttime, look for lightweight serums that provide deep nourishment to the skin. Avoid a moisturizer at night if your skin is too oily.


2. Avoid Heavy Makeup

The summer calls for less product layering on the skin to avoid pore clogging. Avoid heavy makeup and look for cosmetic products that combine two products in one, such as tinted moisturizers or foundations with SPF.


3. Try Mineral Makeup

The summer is the best time to initiate a mineral makeup routine. It has many advantages over conventional beauty products: it contains quality, soothing ingredients with healing properties that help calm the skin. Mineral ingredients such as zinc oxide and titanium dioxide are natural sunscreen agents that provide an extra layer of protection from the sun.


4. Exfoliate More Often

Exfoliation is necessary all year round to remove impurities from the air and dead skin cells that accumulate on the skin and clog the pores. Exfoliating is even more important if you live in a hot and dry area. Gradually increase the frequency of exfoliation in the summer to keep the skin free of impurities, especially if you have oily and acne-prone skin.

The best solution for the summer is a product that simultaneously removes dead cells and impurities and hydrates the skin, such as the above Polish Enzyme Cranberry Mask.

We recommend using exfoliation products at least twice a week.


5. Short and Lukewarm Water Showers

Excessive showering and hot water strip the skin of natural oils, causing an imbalance in sebum production and preventing the cells from locking in moisture. To prevent drying out and irritating your skin during summer, have quick showers using lukewarm water.


6. Choose Non-comedogenic Products

As humidity causes a buildup of sweat and dirt on the skin, clogging the pores and causing breakouts, make sure to use non-comedogenic products in your skincare routine. Look for information on product labels to ensure the ingredients don’t clog pores. Use non-oily cleansers and creams with light, hydrating ingredients such as aloe vera, glycerin, hyaluronic acid, and gentle exfoliating agents like AHAs and BHAs. Avoid coconut, avocado, and olive oil during summer, especially if you have acne-prone skin.


7. Wear Sun-Protective Clothing and Accessories

Topical skin care is the first layer of protection against UV rays, and clothing is the second. Choose light colors that don’t attract sunlight as much as dark ones, and wear cotton rather than synthetic fabrics. Loose, comfortable clothes like wide, long-sleeved shirts and long skirts allow your skin to breathe and reduce sweating.

Whenever you can, avoid direct sun exposure and seek shade.


8. Drink More Water and Use Hydrating Products

The summer air is often humid, but we still lose a lot of moisture through sweating, so summer skincare demands extra hydration. It’s essential to drink enough water—at least 8-10 glasses per day. Eat a lot of hydrating fruits and vegetables like watermelon, cantaloupe, pineapples, kiwi, cucumbers, and tomatoes. Hydrating face masks with cucumbers or green tea also add moisture.


9. Include More Vitamins in Your Diet

Vitamins and antioxidants help combat sun damage, helping rejuvenate the skin and making it glow. Introduce more fresh fruits and vegetables into your diet to increase antioxidant concentrations.

Vitamin supplements, such as Vibrant C, are an easy way to take the necessary daily amount of vitamins and antioxidants and speed up their absorption. Vitamin injections and IV therapy are even quicker, providing a boost of rejuvenating and hydrating nutrients, particularly useful for people who lose nutrients through heavy sweating.


10. Try Facials

Facials deeply cleanse and deliver a more concentrated nutrient formula to the skin, nourishing and refreshing the skin more quickly and effectively than topical products. Some of the best facials for the summer include Oxygen Infusion and HydraFacial.

Oxygen Infusion delivers high-pressurized oxygen to skin cells, exfoliating dead skin cells and dirt and helping antioxidants penetrate deep skin layers. The result is clear and plumper-looking skin and a brighter complexion.



A daily skincare routine is essential in our mission to preserve a youthful appearance, especially during summertime. Embrace the good things the sun has to offer while following these special summer skincare routines to protect your skin from damaging sun rays.
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