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The summer heat and wind can cause a lot of damages to your skin such as premature aging, wrinkles, marks, or even skin cancer. How should we protect our skin against these damages?

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Applying lots of moisturiser and skin care products can help, I think, though it might get uncomfortable with the sweats. I think the best option is to drink enough water, eat more fruits and vegetables, and try to avoid going out in the sun.
Use extra high SPF sunscreen. I usually use one that has a factor of 50, and is a moisturiser at the same time. You should also wear sunglasses or hats, and drink plenty of water.
Definitely moisturise. Go for quality moisturisers, and use high protection sunscreen. Swimming is great, however the chlorine dries out your skin.
Moisturise, wear high SPF sunscreen and drink plenty of water.
1) Moisturise prior to entering any water.

2) Enjoy the water.

3) If you are having a bath/shower, try and use a moisturising body wash rather than soap. This works best for dry skin.

4) Moisturise again! Use about a thumb sized amount of cream all over. Repeat and let it soak in.
Moisturise before and after swimming.
Also keep out of the sun when you can. I find that my skin dries out more when the heat is dry whereas in humid places like Darwin, it does not dry out anywhere near as much.
by Finy
Drink lots of water.
Using a toner after cleansing is extremely important as it preps your skin to absorb your moisturiser more effectively.
Always use sunscreen after your day moisturiser, which you should also touch up around mid-day as its effects wear off over the hours and over the extent of exposure.
In fact, whether summer or winter, you should still moisturise and apply sunscreen to protect against skin damage.
Drink lots of water and be liberal with moisturiser
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