Care and Tips

5 basics to protect your skin from the sun: Dolce Placard

Hello beauties! I introduce myself again, my name is Gabriela or Gaby as you prefer, I come back after a long break to share my little tips from the world of beauty. Ever since I was little, I've been a makeup lover (even though they wouldn't let me use it). I started with the little I was allowed, that is to say a little eyeliner on the water line and a little mascara… I felt super old , put together and I was only 12 years old.

Today I bring you my basics to take care of your skin in summer, I am paper-colored so since I was little, all the dermatologists I went to told me “take care of your skin because you will regret it later “Obviously I didn’t care. It wasn't until I was 17 that I realized I had little moles on my body and worse… on my face, TERROR. Here are the routines that I have put in place over the past few years to help my skin as much as possible.

  1. The blocker is YOUR BEST FRIEND! (!!!!!!!!!)

Personally, I wear it every day of the year, but if it's too much for you, at least wear it in the summer. The sun causes irreparable damage to your skin, such as premature skin aging, even if you don't realize it, and you can prevent it. And I'm not just talking about one application per day, but a few since at least I burn even with the light of the lamp. I love this one from Sesderma, which leaves your skin matte so you don't have that horrible shine from sunscreen.

Ph. Rochester Media

  1. Aloe vera is magical!

At my house we have a small aloe vera plant, because the more natural, the better. Aloe vera helps with very sensitive skin and rosacea, but it is also perfect for helping burned skin heal naturally and more easily. Even though I don't do it that often, it's perfect for refreshing you and bringing your skin back to life!

Ph. Plantagen

  1. Exfoliate!

Although very coarse products are not recommended for sensitive skin, it is still important to use some type of exfoliant sometimes. I use one from the French pharmacy, which was prescribed by a dermatologist, so if you have sensitive skin, consult a specialist, because if you don't use a product that suits you, you can do more harm than to help your skin.

Ph. Australian Skin Clinics

  1. Use a moisturizer

Even if you think that using aloe vera once every two weeks is enough, this is not the case, our skin in these hot climates needs help not to dry out. The beach, sea and pollution help our skin dry out more easily, so don't forget to moisturize it either in the morning before your sunscreen or in the evening before bed. I love this Elizabeth Arden sunscreen because it's perfect for combination and young skin like mine… I love it!

Ph. Moisturizers

5. Drink water!

I know if you're like me, who forgets everything, staying hydrated is difficult. But it's necessary! You must include it in your routine since water is a natural skin tightener, it helps your skin by making it brighter and softer. In conclusion, water is GREAT, if you don't drink water you are nowhere.

Ph. fitwirr

Well, beautiful girls, I hope you liked my first post in a long time. Lots of kisses!

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