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3 Ways to Stay Hydrated This Summer

relaxing-in-parkFrom spending weekends at the beach, to going for trail runs in the heat, the summer is full of fun outdoor activities that drain the moisture from your skin and body, leaving you with red, dry, and itchy skin. In order to stay extra hydrated this summer, try adding these things into your routine.

 

  1. Water

Yes, it may sound like a no-brainer, but consuming water is the best way to stave off dehydration. In order to get into a healthy habit of consuming enough water every day, try adding a large glass of water with your morning cup of coffee, and then carry a refillable water bottle with you throughout the day. That way you can encourage yourself to constantly be drinking water when you’re running errands, at work, or simply hanging out with your kids. Remember that the more water you drink, the healthier your body and skin will be.

 

  1. Serums

Adding a light facial serum to your morning and night facial routines is a great way to lock in moisture and hydrate your skin after a long day in the sun. As a light weight moisturizer, serums can help enhance the benefits of a face cream or lotion, when applied beforehand. Plus, serums natural cooling texture is the perfect additive to apply on top of sun burned or damaged skin— leaving you with a cool and comfortable complexion.

 

  1. Facial Mist

Sold in beauty stores all across the country, facial mists are a great way to keep your face cool and hydrated when outside. Facial mists are simply just vitamin-enriched canned water that you can carry around in your purse, briefcase, or backpack and use when you need a bit of a refresher.

 

Although summers are filled with outdoor activities that are beyond fun, they can also dry you out like an old prune. In order to stay hydrated this summer try these three techniques.

 

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