FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Theraderm Clinical Skin Care wants to arm you with the best information to protect your skin this summer.
With so many things on your summer to-do list, skin care often falls through the cracks. But when these cracks are on your skin you realize there were some mistakes you should have avoided this summer. The most common mistake is improper use of sunscreen. Most sunscreen is intended to be applied 30 minutes before sun exposure and re-applied every two hours. Improper sunscreen use can lead to dry, cracked skin, sunspots or even skin cancer.
Additionally, overuse of foundation clogs pores. This leads to oily skin and acne, which results in a desire to wear more foundation. It is a vicious cycle of bad habits that can be easily fixed.
Another common mistake is forgetting to exfoliate. Harmful UV rays, sweat and dirt leave your skin dry and dull. Exfoliating daily keeps your skin looking and feeling fresh. Theraderm’s exfoliators gently remove dead skin cells, promoting radiant and beautiful skin. For example, check out Theraderm’s Fruit Acid Exfoliant or the Nupeel®Natural Enzyme Peel.
The most important skin care mistake to avoid is inconsistency. It is important to maintain a skin care regimen and stick with it. Lazy summer days can lead to lazy summer skin care routines. So, take care of your skin daily. Trust us, your skin will thank you for it.
ABOUT THERAPON SKIN HEALTH Therapon Skin Health, parent company of Theraderm Clinical Skin Care, uses science to create products for a variety of skin concerns. Therapon is dedicated to providing simple solutions to complex problems by creating products that enhance skin’s health and natural beauty. Visit www.theraderm.net for more information.
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