Facial skin care in summer: what changes await us ?!


In the heat, the skin needs special care and attention. High temperatures and direct sunlight affect the condition of the skin and can cause discomfort.

It can be dryness, strainess or, conversely, greasy shine and rashes.

In addition, different skin types require different care.


In summer, the skin ages from the sun. At that time the effect of ultraviolet rays intensifies, because the sun no longer shines from time to time, but at full strength. As a result, the skin becomes dehydrated very easily: under the influence of high temperatures, it needs more water.


Facial oil has long-established itself as a reliable means of moisturizing and nourishing the skin.

The following oils are considered to be the most effective and popular:

  1. Coconut Oil (Coconut oil helps cool and soothe burnt skin and relieves symptoms such as itching and peeling);

  2. Avocado Oil (known as “beauty oil”. And not in vain. The oil restores the barrier functions of the epidermis and local immunity of the skin)

  3. Peach kernel Oil (Excellent in the care of delicate, sensitive skin. The oil nourishes, moisturizes, rejuvenates, increases the tone of tired, flabby skin. Peach oil protects the skin from the effects of aggressive environmental factors (wind, sun, frost) and helps to eliminate their negative effects)

  4. Grape seed Oil (Light, not dense and not greasy consistency. The oil optimally moisturizes, eliminates dryness and peeling).

These oils have a unique composition of natural acids and minerals, which are aimed at:

  • softening and moisturizing facial skin;

  • prevention of skin dehydration;

  • giving tone and freshness to the skin;


There are also natural sunscreens (cosmetic oils). The list of the most famous means of protection against harmful sun rays of natural origin includes:

  1. Avocado Oil

  2. Jojoba Oil

  3. Coconut Oil and others.


Jojoba oil

It optimizes the absorption of vitamin D and the production of melanin by the skin under the influence of the sun.

Its natural UV factor is about 2-4 units. Suitable for skin care after sunbathing, as it has a strong anti-inflammatory and moisturizing effect.


Avocado oil



Contains fat-soluble vitamins A and E, which have antioxidant properties. As a natural sunscreen, avocado oil reflects ultraviolet radiation and has a sun protection factor (SPF) of 2-4.





Coconut oil


Coconut oil is considered a natural sunscreen that helps prevent sunburn.

Creates a stable protective layer before and after sunbathing (SPF 6-7). Effectively moisturizes the skin and makes it “velvety”.



Nature itself takes care of us. She gives us everything we need to protect ourselves. And our task is just to find out what and under what circumstances it can be used.


You can buy sunscreen oils on our website.

Let's spend the summer safe for our skin!

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