How to keep your Skin & Hair healthy during Monsoon


Hi, It’s the monsoon season and although
we welcome the relief from the scorching heat of summer, but this may not be the best season
for your skin and hair. The oil-secreting gland becomes hyperactive
during the rainy weather and this leads to clogging of pores and accumulation of bacterial
growth. Due to the humidity in the weather in the
season oily skin is likely to suffer from acne and seborrheic dermatitis that is greasiness
of scalp, as a result, your skin has acne flare-ups. -Always use an oil free gentle cleanser for
the face -Facial scrubs twice or thrice week are advisable
-Use a non comedogenic non greasy sunscreen It’s not just the oily skin but Dry skin also
also loses its capability to self repair in monsoons. Therefore use light moisturisers. -Drink plenty of fluids to take care of the
internal hydration -And avoid fizzy drinks like canned juices
and sugared drinks as they can make the skin dull. -The damp and moist skin surfaces are also
more prone to bacterial and fungal infection therefore, always dry the clothes properly
before wearing. Change socks everyday and use cotton socks
which are more absorbent and lets your skin breath
-Wear loose and airy clothes, which do not stick to the skin
-Wear cotton undergarments and change regularly to maintain proper hygiene. Hope the video was informative. Do like and share our videos to spread awareness. The hair also gets significantly damaged during
the element of the season. The humidity results in frizziness and unmanageability,
making the hair dull and weak. Constant sweating due to the humidity can
also aggravate oiliness in the scalp leading to dandruff. To avoid such oily scalp
-Avoid getting heavy hair treatments like smoothening and straightning. – Use hair masks or moisturizing masks only
once a week if at all. -And to reverse the damgaged hair use cocnut
oil to massage just before the head washes, take nutritional supplements like vitamin
e and also other antioxidants only after consulation from your dermatologist
-You can apply Conditioners before shampoo to avoid making the hair look limp. Hope this video was informative. Do like and share our videos to spread awareness.

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