In foggy weather conditions, which include haze, fog, and dust, it is important to take extra care of the skin due to increased air pollution and potential irritants in the environment. A natural skincare routine will help you protect and nourish your skin.
When we are exposed to air pollution and haze, it is very important to thoroughly clean the facial skin to keep the pores clean. Pores clogged with dust and particles will prevent the skin from regenerating, accumulate impurities easily, and the appearance of the skin will be dehydrated and lacking vitality. Keep in mind that everyone's skin is unique and therefore it is important to listen to your skin's needs and adjust your routine accordingly.
First, use a gentle, natural cleanser to remove impurities, impurities, and impurities from your skin. Look for detergents with ingredients such as chamomile, aloe vera or green tea that have soothing and anti-inflammatory properties.
After the initial cleanse, apply gentle toner to balance your skin's pH levels, which can help soothe and refresh your skin. Then, apply a natural sunscreen or moisturizer with a broad-spectrum SPF to protect your skin from harmful UV rays, even on foggy days. It is important to look for products that contain antioxidants such as vitamin C, vitamin E, or green tea extract. These antioxidants can help neutralize free radicals and protect your skin from damage.
Consider incorporating a serum into your skincare routine to provide extra nourishment to your skin. Look for serums that contain hyaluronic acid, which can help retain moisture. These serums can help replenish and protect your skin barrier.
In addition, exfoliation is essential for removing dead skin cells and opening pore blockages. In harsh weather conditions, it is best to opt for gentle peeling. Choose a natural scrub like finely ground oats or rice powder. Use exfoliation once or twice a week to prevent excessive exfoliation, which can lead to irritation.
At the same time, it is important to drink plenty of water to keep the body moist and flush out toxins. Of course, do not underestimate a diet rich in antioxidants, such as fruits and vegetables, which can increase your body's natural defenses against pollutants.
To keep indoor air clean, use air fresheners or plants known for their air-purifying properties, such as aloe vera plants, that will improve indoor air quality. This can help reduce the impact of obscure outdoor conditions on your skin.
At the end of the day, foggy weather can be stressful, so take the time to relax. Deep breathing exercises, meditation, or engaging in activities that bring you joy will help reduce stress and stress levels that can affect the health of your skin.
Shira Dahan, founder and pharmacist of "Hippie & Chic"
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