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Even if you have dry skin it is best to keep rich creams and carrier oils aside and move to lightweight products.

The rainy season is upon us, and so is a sudden surge of all sorts of skin trouble. Many of you may be suffering from unexpected acne. That’s because the monsoon brings about changes in the skin thanks to the high humidity levels and rain. Some necessary tweaks in your skincare routine are important at this time of the year. Follow these easy tips:

Choose The Correct Face Wash 

Now is the time to focus on skin cleansing more than ever. Since the weather is likely to cause acne in all skin types, you need to step up your face wash game. If you have dry skin, a creamy brightening face wash is ideal to use at least once a week. If you have oily, acne-prone skin, then a gel-based face wash with salicylic acid is going to be a saviour for your skin. Add half teaspoon of baking soda to your face wash if your acne is flaring up and causing discomfort.

Exfoliation  Matters

No matter your skin type, it is time to start exfoliating your skin twice a week instead of just once. Natural gritty exfoliating agents like walnut shells are a good component to have in your face scrub as it will deeply exfoliate your skin. If your skin is sensitive, opt for mild gel exfoliators.

Toning Tales

The skin toners you use will determine how your skin fares this season. Make sure to avoid any harsh skin toners that contain alcohol. You may think that stronger astringents will do a good job in treating acne or enlarged pores, but they actually worsen the situation. Use natural toners that contain ingredients like tea tree, neem, or cucumber. You could even use chilled cucumber water or rose water directly as a toner.

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