Just like your wardrobe, skin care products should change with the seasons. Summer brings changes in temperature and humidity levels, so our moisturizing needs change, too. Choose lighter moisturizers that hydrate without drowning your skin. One thing stays the same no matter what the season: using products that are right for your skin type. Here's a quick guide to help you make the right choices.
If you have dry skin…
A climate that goes from one extreme to the other can really wreak havoc on your skin. The extreme cold and around-the-clock heating in winter leaves your skin craving a heavy cream that really penetrates. During the summer, however, all you need is a light, oil-free moisturizer to keep your skin hydrated. Opt for a cream infused with vitamin E and avoid essential oils, as they’ll only cause unwanted shine.
Switch to grape hydration! A lightweight gel-cream with antioxidant & prebiotic grape water to hydrate skin.
If you have combination skin…
Heat and humidity got your skin looking and feeling oily? Opt for a gel moisturizer and get that shine under control!
Help protect and hydrate your skin with this SPF 25 water gel formula with hyaluronic acid. The oil-free and non-comedogenic formula of this lightweight antioxidant gel cream helps protect and replenish moisture.
If you have oily skin…
Skin can be both oily and dry, and there are several astringent products out there that moisturize all while keeping oil to a minimum. These products maximize hydration, reduce sebum production, control oil and minimize pores—they basically work wonders! And remember to use an oil-free sunscreen (the ones specially formulated for oily skin are amazing!) to prevent breakouts caused by exposure to the sun.
Pssst! Wash your face in the morning with a micellar solution tailored to your skin type—it’ll help maintain your skin’s balance.
Sebo-regulating moisturizer. Controls shine and reduces pores. Oily skin. Suitable for sensitive skin. Oil-free blotting effect texture: Proven long lasting mattifying effect. Non-comedogenic. Tested under dermatological control.