Reboot your skin after the summer and prepare it for the fall
It's the summer when the skin is constantly exposed to a number of adverse effects such as saltwater, chlorine, sun, wind and air conditioning. And although you may be excited about your tan, which you hope will last for a while, with the change of the season you usually begin to experience problems with dried skin. The key to rapid regeneration is, above all, moisturizing care, which helps you to restore tired skin and prepare it for another season.
Skin hydration starts in the shower with moisturizing shower gel, which gently removes skin impurities while leaving the skin soft. If you are used to a soap, we highly recommend to choose one, that does not have a very high pH and contains extracts from the Dead Sea, which is known for its health benefits. And not in vain. Because of the natural zinc oxide content, the Dead Sea mud has excellent cleansing abilities, and the salt restores the natural pH of the skin and rejuvenates the skin cells.
Remove dead skin cells!
Once in a while, it is also recommended to use a body scrub to help to restore the skin. We have tried the NevO Dead Sea Spa body scrub, which contains Dead Sea minerals. They retain the skin moisturized, which has a beneficial effect on the elasticity and youthful appearance of the skin. The scrub should be used once a month, just one teaspoon for the whole body. Gentle massage relaxes the muscles and the dead skin cells are removed. Contained avocado oil, olive oil, sunflower, sesame, and aromatic oils ensure skin hydration. Finish the procedure with a cold shower that will help to release toxins and smooth the skin. After taking the shower use a moisturizing body butter on wet skin to help your skin soothe and nourish.
Nutrition from the inside is also important
Do not forget, however, that skin care is also about how you care for yourself from within. Because what you eat and drink is not only affecting your figure, but it has also a huge impact on your skin condition. So, include food containing vitamins C, B, A, E and minerals such as zinc, selenium, potassium, and calcium, which regenerate the skin and promote healing and collagen production.
Following the drinking regime should be a matter of course but avoid drinking too much alcohol and artificially sweetened drinks.