5 Summer Hydration Hacks | Summer Tips

5 Summer Hydration Hacks | Summer Tips

Indian summers are so relentless that they’re almost a part of the culture. Now year long tans and tank tops aren’t necessarily a bad thing, but dehydrated prune skin definitely is! Dehydrated skin is caused when our skin loses its water content and moisture levels, making it look dull and lacklustre. But here’s the good news that’s probably the ONLY downside to summer! Nothing has quicker results than something working internally, because as true in most cases it’s all an inside job. In this case what you need to put on the inside are foods that are exceedingly rich in Omega-3 fatty acids and here’s why. Your skin contains a certain amount of fat and omega-3 fatty acids make up an important part of it What this fat does is that it helps your skin become a strong barrier against all the junk that’s trying to get into it. It also packs in the moisture, so if this barrier is weak, the water from our body escapes by seeping through it leaving you with dehydrated, itchy skin. So to avoid becoming this unfortunate soul, make sure you include some easy sources of Omega-3 in your diet such as walnuts, flaxseeds, soyabean and fish, especially mackerel and salmon. When it comes to a hydrating liquid, good ol’ H20 definitely wears a crown. However in addition to drinking plenty of water, there’s also the humble glass of coconut water that constantly lives in its shadow. Not only is it also restorative in terms of quickly replacing all the lost body fluids that are essential for us to stay hydrated, but it comes with its own list of benefits such as anti-aging properties and the ability to ward off acne. So in case you’ve been waiting for it this would be your cue to drink up! Lotions are the way to go in summer because when putting the right things into your body and applying the right things topically on it join hands, then the results are nothing short of magic it’s teamwork I guess! Nivea’s Aloe Hydration Body Lotion is a good one to opt for because its light formula gently hydrates the skin. Aloe Vera alone is known for its soothing properties. It helps treat sunburns, rashes, calms down redness and since its leaves are thick and fleshy, they store so much water making it the perfect ingredient to promote hydration. Do right by your skin by taking a coin sized amount and spreading it all over your body. It’s completely non-greasy and fast absorbing, which works well for those of us that don’t want to walk around looking like a weather and product induced oil spill. It absorbs in seconds so you’ll barely have to wait before putting your clothes on. Since frequently dunking your face into a cold wash bin everywhere you go is not only impractical but downright weird, you can create your own hydrating, spray-on mist to achieve similar results! The simplest little concoction, all you have to do is cut up a small cucumber and put it into the blender. Then take the cucumber mush and place it onto a cheesecloth, squeezing all its juice into the bowl beneath it. Next add a tsp of aloe vera gel into the bowl and finish up with ⅓ of a cup of distilled water. Pour the mixture into a spray bottle and you have yourself a quick and easy way to get moisture into your skin whenever you feel the need and the best part is, you can do it all without ruining your makeup. Yes, I know it feels like you’ve found nirvana after crawling in the desert heat when coming home, but the AC is sneakily dehydrating your skin and the little drops of water dripping from it are proof of that. An AC cools the air in your room by sucking all the moisture out of it, creating this dry, vaporless air. It works the same way on your skin as well, by sucking the moisture out of it. So if your nursing terribly dehydrated skin and the thought of hitting the off switch on the air-conditioner is horrific to you, massaging a light lotion into your skin to keep it hydrated through the night is a great option. What you have there is a great little trick to avoid waking up looking like a prune every morning. So make sure you follow these tips especially during summer because it’s a jungle out there and it’s super important to keep your skin smooth, healthy and irritation free! I hope you have all that down, because thats
a wrap! I’m Seerat and until next time stay tuned
and stay Glamrs

79 thoughts on “5 Summer Hydration Hacks | Summer Tips

  1. This is so nice trick to avoid dehydration
    I really like this tips & found this helpful
    Really nice hacks
    Love it
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  2. Please please do a video on the ponytail hairstyle the model is wearing.. Faraah too had the same hairstyle in her comeback video… please do it 😍😍

  3. Vedio is gud n informative..but i think nivea contains lots of parabens n harmful chemicals in it😯

  4. very very helpful video . such a good things and I will try to maintain all the tips specially wanna to try cucumber juice. new subscriber , fall in love the glamrs video and its helpful tips. can men use the cucumber juice??

  5. I just uploaded 3 things your skin NEEDS this Summer. Must have for radiant, tan free, blackhead, whiteheads and excess oil free skin. Have a look.

  6. If we want to buy aleovera gel from market
    Then which brand aleovera is best?
    Greenleaf, or lakme or dabur etc
    Plz tell me

  7. Hii
    Now teens facing so many health problems…hair is so important for women's…..
    For thyroid so many people facing hair fall especially Women's
    Please tell us the hair growth tips & how to take care for health during thyroid.
    Plzzz suggest…

  8. Apart from applying a good moisturizer it is also important to keep your skin clean so that the moisturizer get absobed. I exfoliate my skin regularly and apply a light weight lotion. Nivea one seems good. Will give it a try.

  9. Thank you very much…. I need those compliments…..its so helpful in our summer life….My mom really like ur 's compliments….she really like ur channel

  10. Please do a video on skin care routine for oily skin peoples and mention which product have to use for oily skin or acne problem..! Please
    Thank you..

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  12. I need some examples of cheaper source of omega 3 fatty acids, sorry but m from middle class family ,I can't afford walnuts every week , neither salmon nor tuna ,and flaxseeds are not available everywhere..

  13. I started eating walnuts and flax seeds a week back for my hair…since I have acute hair fall these days….through this video I came to know that it's good for skin as well….great tips….well done galmrs

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