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Getting Your Skin Ready for the Sun

By Donna Stark

The spring season generally marks the time when many of us begin to worry. Some of us worry about what our bodies are going to look like for summer vacation. A few of us worry about the cleaning we have put off and still need to do. And most of us worry about how much money we will potentially owe to the government in taxes. But the one thing that nearly everyone worries about when the tank tops and short-sleeved shirts get pulled out of the closet, is how clear and beautiful our skin is. Although it is true that nobody has completely perfect skin all of the time, it sure would be nice if we could have it more days than not, right?

Getting Your Skin Ready for the Sun

Whether you have dry skin left over from the cold, harsh winter or are struggling with breakouts on your face, back, or chest, you should be able to find a remedy that works with just a little bit of effort! Here are some tips on how to find the perfect regimen for your skin type, lifestyle, and summer vacation timeline. 

Know your skin - It's important to know your skin type and specific skin challenges before you even think about purchasing any product. Ask a professional for help if needed.

Research products - Once you know your skin type, take the time to research product ingredients. You certainly don't want your skin issues to get worse with the wrong things.

Save money - An easy way to find the right products for your skin type without wasting a lot of money is to either ask for samples or to buy trial sizes of the items you are interested in.

Try a variety - You may need to try a variety of products to find what works best for you, but don't go overboard. Too many can be confusing and overwhelming.

Manage hormones - Hormone-based acne issues will probably need professional help. If your products aren't working as well as you want, get to the bottom of the issue and schedule a visit with your dermatologist.

Reduce stress - Did you know that stress is a huge contributor to acne, rosacea, hives, and rashes? It's true, so you may want to consider different ways on how to manage it more effectively.

Take Action and Stop Worrying!

By following the simple tips above and seeking professional help when needed, you will be fortunate enough to have one less thing to worry about this season. Good luck, and don't forget to wear your sunscreen!

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Laveen Village, Ariz. 

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