Summer is here and to many, it may seem like life is on pause. When looking out the window, I can’t but watch with a mix of envy and joy. Envy, because with Covid around, I’m shying away from restaurants, and all those vibrant gatherings that brought me so much fun; and joy, because summer during these times, brings a pause to all, as we get ready for a comeback in 2020’s final run. Regardless of all, the half year pause is a blessing in disguise as we are able to take the time to adjust course and not worry that time flies, yet still enjoy Miami’s sun and paradise. With family around, and friends that comprehend that this summer is unique, we can still enjoy the Fourth of July, and create that joy by adapting to the change in gatherings. This takes us to our topic, which is how do we take care of our skin this coming Fourth of July.
Our first recommendation will always start with sunscreen. If there’s only one thing you can do with your skin and you have to choose, always choose sunscreen. Second, choose adding vitamin A to your it, because it will help your skin endure the pollution and the ultraviolet radiation attacks. Hats and glasses are a must to avoid hyperpigmentation. Glasses will reduce the amount of light that enters our eyes and the concomitant stimulation to the iris of the eye, which in turn, serves as a signal to the brain to initiate the production of melanin and protect our skin. Despite the protective nature of this cycle, it can result in hyperpigmentation, so that’s where sunscreen kicks in. Hydrating mists can help refresh your skin and keep it hydrated – as the name implies. Last but not least, if you plan to use colored makeup (maybe you want to wear red-white-blue), make sure you remove it at night, and make sure you cleanse your skin appropriately.
If you would like any recommendations, please don’t hesitate to call us at 305-356-7402 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. As usual, please remember that “Our Promise Is More Than Beauty”.