- Embrace a cooling potion for your skin
- Rely on a face mist
- Use an eye mask
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- Hydrate your body
Embrace a cooling potion for your skin
The hot weather can make your skin rather dry and parched. This is when you need your skin to cool down by way of a cream that lends your skin optimum hydration. Do this by relying on the Lakmé Absolute Skin Gloss Gel Crème. This one feels absolutely cool on your skin as well as keeps your skin hydrated all day. Giving your skin the nourishment and sheen it deserves, this gel crème contains a light glaze with mineral laden glacial water to keep your skin moisturised.
Rely on a face mist
If your face feels parched after a day out in the sun, a face mist is all you need. This is like the perfect pick-me-up for your face when you’re feeling tired. Our suggestion is to cool the spray in the fridge and then apply it on your face once you’ve returned home from an outing. All you need to do is mix equal amounts of coconut water and aloe vera juice. Follow this up by adding 1 tsp almond oil to the mix and then refrigerate.
Use an eye mask
Your eyes need some considerable amount of cooling too during this weather. This is why you must rely on a gel-based eye mask. This will help puffy eyes and also combat fatigue to a great extent.
Rub ice cubes
After a hot day outside, your skin feels rather tired. Exactly why an ice massage will come of use because it not only reduces swelling and shrinks pores but also leaves your skin feeling cool and gives you a natural glow.
Hydrate your body
One of the best and most effective ways to internally keep your body cool is by drinking at least 3 litres of water every day. Drinking water will reduce body heat and in turn, cool your skin down.