Summer brings a variety of new skincare essentials perfect for the warm weather season. A variety of skincare trends have addressed various skin concerns this summer. I have researched all the latest skincare products and have discovered some of the most innovative trends. This blog post explores essential summer skincare products to keep your skin hydrated, protected, and glowing.

Hypochlorous acid, an antimicrobial acid naturally found in the body, is gaining attention for its unique anti-inflammatory properties. Anti-inflammatory properties make hypochlorous acid a standout ingredient for those with melasma and acne-prone skin. Hypochlorous acid helps rid the skin of bacteria, which helps to reduce and keep acne away. It also reduces skin inflammation, relieves itching, speeds healing, and helps with rosacea and melasma. The most common formulation of hypochlorous acid is a spray mist that is easy to use in your skincare routine or throw in your gym bag after a workout.

Sunscreen patches are not new but have become more popular; only some know about them. These patches protect vulnerable areas prone to hyperpigmentation, melasma, or acne scarring. If you have had recent surgery and want your scar to heal nicely but have a beach trip planned, this may be your answer. Another way someone may wish to use these sunscreen patches is for specific areas that always seem to burn from the sun. No matter how often you reapply sunscreen with the patches, it offers even more protection. Kids are notorious for not wanting to wear sunscreen, and this may be a welcome solution as it comes in fun shapes and sizes. 

Body Skincare Essentials for Summer 

IS Clinical Youth Body Serum is a lightweight body mist serum containing hyaluronic acid and vitamin B5 to keep your skin hydrated and nourished. Think of a serum and how well it sinks into the skin; this is the same for your body. Some of the benefits are antioxidant protection against environmental damage. This serum visibly improves aging body skin to reveal smooth, rejuvenated skin.

Skin Icing or Cryotherapy 

Skin icing is a helpful treatment used during facials that constrict blood vessels to reduce inflammation and puffiness on the face or around the eye. This technique can benefit those with acne swelling. Some people retain more fluid than others, and using ice can be helpful for their skin. The best way to use ice globes or iced skin rollers is to use them on a clean face or after applying your serum or moisturizer. If your skin is dry, it will be best to use your moisturizer before your icing treatment, as icing the skin can sometimes disrupt the skin barrier, so it’s best to have a barrier of moisture hydration on the skin to protect it. The increase in circulation will help to give your skin a nice, healthy glow. 

Incorporate these items into your daily skincare routine to maintain healthy skin during the summer. Discover products that suit your skin and integrate them into your daily skincare regimen.

Have questions? I’m here to help! 


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