Switching to a lightweight moisturiser is also advised, with the news provider noting that although it can be tempting to forgo moisturising when it’s a bit more humid, it’s best to continue to apply a moisturiser each day.
However, swapping to a lightweight cream as opposed to the heavier products you tend to use in the winter is sensible.
You should also change your routine slightly to include a double cleanse. This is important to remove the residue of sunscreen that you’re wearing, and to ensure that you still clear out your pores properly.
Exfoliation is another essential skin care task in the summer, the newspaper states, explaining that failing to do so regularly can leave your skin looking dull due to the build up of products, as well as sweat and excess oil in the skin.
For a really thorough exfoliation, a microdermabrasion treatment in Surrey could be in order. This removes the dead or damaged skin cells and will make your skin look fresher, brighter and clearer - perfect for the summer.