• Christy Mitchell

7 Skin Care Tips in a Tropical Climate


It can be a bit challenging to care for your skin living in a tropical climate. So during wet season, people tend to experience an excessive oil production in the skin because of the natural humidity from the air. When it is hot, they tend to suffer from dry skin.

So, here are seven skin care tips for you to cope with some skin problems brought by tropical climates.

  1. Cleanse. Wherever you live, the first step to skin care is to clean your skin. Keeping your skin clean is not just about a quick wash but a thorough cleansing – one that is consistent and regular – to prevent dull and uneven skin tone.

  2. Take regular showers. It is important that you wash your skin after having been exposed to humid or hot conditions. Washing can remove away the oil and dirt that attach to the skin.

  3. Keep hands off your face. Since hot or humid weather can make you sweat, avoid touching your face with your hands as much as possible. You can transfer or spread the oil and dirt on your skin. Instead, use absorbent items like cotton, clean cloth or tissue to remove excess oil, dirt and perspiration.

  4. Remove the oil. Hot/ humid weather can open your skin pores and stimulate excessive oil production on your skin, which if not cleansed, can cause an acne breakout. So be sure to remove the oil from your skin. You can use oil-absorbing cosmetic paper to remove oil off your face.

  5. Get moisturized. Tropical conditions can create dryness to the skin due to extremely hot weather. So, get moisturized! Avoid applying too much moisturizer to the oily areas of the skin like the forehead and nose.

  6. Be hydrated. Tropical climates can actually dehydrate your skin because moisture evaporates. Also, we lose around 6 liters of liquid in our body because of the heat and humidity. So the answer is, be hydrated with water and salt that our body needs.

  7. Be protected. Use a really good sunscreen with a SPF of at least 30 to protect your skin from harmful rays of the sun. Avoid sunscreens with SPF numbers higher than 50. More important than ultra-high SPF numbers is to apply sunscreen generously.

Having beautiful skin in the tropics is not impossible. This skin care tips can help you with your goal.

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