Living / 24 July, 2022 / Ellie Thompson

New Finds + Tried & Tested Summer Skincare Products Worth The Hype

If you’re looking to tweak your skincare regime, you’ve come to the right place. Summer might seem like an easy-going time of year for your skin, but you’ll need to step up your game for that perpetual glow, so it’s time to take notes.

To keep skin fresh and to prevent congestion, you’ll need a decent exfoliator. Paula’s Choice is the best-selling exfoliator on Amazon so it’s a great place to start. Paula’s Choice exfoliant contains salicylic acid/BHA to help shed dead skin on the surface and inside the pore, to keep breakouts under control. Probably the most important part of your skincare regime is sun protection. Heliocare products are fabulous and you’ll find them recommended by most aesthetic nurses. The formula sinks well into the skin, so it can be applied just before your make-up. Keep your skin hydrated with serums and face masks, and if you do find you’ve overexposed your skin, make sure you invest in a moisturiser that can soothe and reduce redness and inflammation. CeraVe’s moisturising lotion is a great go-to to help heal the skin.

New summer skincare to try

Silymarin CF, SkinCeuticals

Niacinamide B10 Serum, La Roche-Posay

Advanced Cream, Heliocare

15% Vitamin C and PHA Serum, Neostrata

Water Drench Hyaluronic Cloud Mask, Peter Thomas Roth

Skin Changer, Face Gym

Water Sleeping Mask, Laneige


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