• Jazz Carilla

Top 3 Must-Have Skincare Products to Beat the Summer Heat

Summer is here! And while it might take a while before we can fully enjoy the beach and bathe in the sun, what with the virus still largely affecting our plans, here are the 3 essentials that your purse needs to have to enjoy the sun while protecting your skin from its harsh rays.


Sunscreen

Put sunscreen on your face, on your arms, on your legs--honestly, lather it all over--before stepping out of the shade and exposing yourself to the harsh rays of the sun. Sunscreens have always been a necessity when going out, and for a good reason--it protects your skin from the adverse side effects of the sun: aging, sunburn, heat exhaustion, and, god forbid, even cancer.


When buying sunscreens, which include skin type, the sunscreen’s SPF level, its disposal type, or its chemical composition, there are many things to consider but always remember that there is no one-product-fits-all sunscreen as choosing the best one will always differ from one person to another.


Check out some of the best sunscreen available in Asian markets: Biore Watery Essence Sunscreen, Innisfree Intensive Triple Care Sunscreen, Belo SunExpert Tinted Sunscreen.

Face Mist

The sun's heat can do two things to the skin: dry it up or produce oil enough to fry an egg. Luckily, there is a product that can’t only solve both after some spritz but also refreshes the skin after the sun beats it up and acts as a makeup base and setter when needed.


Face mists are some of the most underrated skincare products that exist. One bottle is packed with skincare essentials like aloe, rose water, hyaluronic acid that keeps your skin clean and hydrated. And while it acts as a moisturizer for dry-skinned people, face mists can also act as a setter to keep makeup from slipping off. Talk about versatility.


Check out here some of the best face mist available in Asian markets: Human Nature RoseDew Mist, Nature Republic Aloe Vera Soothing Gel Mist, Banila Co Dear Hydration Facial Mists.

Water-based Moisturizers

As the sun starts to beat up faces more with heat during the summer, it might be a good idea to switch to lighter moisturizers such as those that have water as their base. While oil-based moisturizers have their advantages too, water-based moisturizers boast of their ability to lock in moisture without clogging the pores and causing breakouts.



Water-based moisturizers are arguably lighter than oil-based ones. They can help make one feel refreshed despite the heat and avoid excessive oiliness, especially for those who already have oily skin.

Check out here some of the best water-based moisturizers available in Asian markets: CeraVe PM Facial Moisturizing Lotion, Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel, Cetaphil Daily Facial Moisturizer.

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