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In this article, we have covered the top 5 reasons why you should reevaluate your skincare routine for the summer, including the importance of regularly using sunscreen, the impact ultraviolet (UV) light has on our skin in summer, and how certain foods and ingredients can make your skin more sensitive during summer.
Perfumes and certain types of natural oils such as musk, rosemary or sandalwood make your skin more sensitive to the sun.
To add to this, many common ingredients in skin care products such as alpha hydroxy assets like glycolic acid, salicylic acid, and Retin-A can cause skin sensitivity.
Similarly, certain chemicals like benzoyl peroxide – which are present in many acne serums/creams and other products – can also increase sun sensitivity, especially during summer.
In keeping this in mind, think of how you can avoid all of this; if you know your body’s most pervasive and reactionary allergens, do your best to avoid them during summer.
If you’re still trying to figure out what your allergens are, try eliminating things that are very common and that cause sun sensitivity, such as certain foods, medicines, or oils before introducing them back to your skin and/or diet.
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