\nSummer is here and it's time to start taking extra care of your skin. While we all know the importance of using sunscreen and staying hydrated, there are some common summer skincare don'ts that many people are unaware of. In this blog post, we will discuss some of these don'ts and provide you with tips on how to avoid them using Whish Skin \u0026amp; Body Care.\nProtect Your Skin from Sun Damage: Don't Skip Sunscreen\nWe all know the importance of wearing sunscreen, but it's easy to forget to apply it every day. Sun damage can cause premature aging, wrinkles, and skin cancer. It's important to use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with a minimum SPF of 30 every day, even on cloudy days, and make sure to reapply when necessary.\nKeep Your Skin Hydrated: Do Moisturize with Botanical Ingredients\nMoisturizing is essential for maintaining healthy skin, especially during the summer months when the heat can dry out your skin. Whish Body offers a range of moisturizers that are perfect for summer, including the Coconut Milk \u0026amp; Verbena Super Jojoba which is rich in botanical ingredients and offers long lasting moisturization with its quadruple jojoba complex.\n\n \nGentle Exfoliation: Don't Over-Exfoliate and Damage Your Skin\nExfoliation is important for removing dead skin cells and keeping your skin looking fresh and healthy. However, over-exfoliating can damage your skin and cause irritation. It's important to exfoliate no more than twice a week, using a gentle exfoliator like the Coconut Milk Exfoliating Body Wash from Whish.\nDouble Up on Moisturizers: Do Hydrate Your Skin Inside and Out\nStaying hydrated is important for maintaining healthy skin, especially during the summer months when the heat can cause dehydration. Drinking water is essential, but you can also hydrate your skin from the outside by doubling up on your moisturizers. Apply Whish's Coconut Milk \u0026amp; Verbena Luminous Body Oil after your regular body lotion to help seal in moisture and keep your skin looking radiant.\n\nProtect Your Skin's Natural Oils: Don't Use Hot Water When Showering\nUsing hot water can strip your skin of its natural oils and cause it to become dry and irritated. It's important to use lukewarm water when showering or bathing, especially during the summer months when your skin is more sensitive. Whish offers a range of shower gels in 5 delicious flavors that are perfect for summer.\nExfoliate and Hydrate Your Lips: Do Protect Your Lips from Sun Damage\nYour lips are one of the most sensitive areas of your body and are more susceptible to sun damage than other areas. It's important to exfoliate and protect your lips all year round. Try Whish's perfect combination of Lip Scrub to exfoliate, alongside Lip Balm with Bakuchiol \u0026amp; Lip Mask with Bakuchiol to keep them hydrated and protected while also helping to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.\nSoft, Smooth Feet: Don't Neglect Your Feet During Your Skincare Routine\nOur feet are often neglected during our skincare routine, but they are just as important as the rest of our body. During the summer months, it's important to pay extra attention to our feet, as they are more exposed to the elements. Whish's Coconut Milk \u0026amp; Verbena Exfoliating Foot Mask works it's magic overnight with botanical exfoliators, so you can wake up to softer feet with little effort.\n\nClean Skincare: Do Use Products with Natural Ingredients for Healthy Skin\nUsing clean, botanical ingredients is a better option for maintaining healthy skin. Whish offers a wide range of products that are perfect for any time of year, whether it be the hot, sunny days of summer, or cold, windy winter ones. These products are free from harmful chemicals and are made with thoughtful, plant based ingredients that offer solutions to a multitude of skin needs.\nIn conclusion, taking care of your skin during the summer months is essential for maintaining healthy and beautiful skin. By following these summer skincare do's and don'ts and using Whish, you can keep your skin looking and feeling its best all summer long.