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Here's How to Beat Oily Skin Woes This Summer

by Kathy Jones on May 26, 2014 at 4:26 PM
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 Here's How to Beat Oily Skin Woes This Summer

Washing our 'shiny' faces many times during the day in the summer heat does more damage than good.

According to Rod Anker, creative director of Monsoon Salon and Spa, over-cleansing really dehydrates the skin, signaling the body to produce more oil.


Actress Sonakshi Sinha, who is a fan of holistic beauty and hence consumes plenty of water, says that she learnt the trick of rubbing ice on her skin from her mother which not only feels good in the heat but also reduces the pores.

Anker advises that one should get cooling facials as they refresh and cleanse the skin without drying it.

Source: ANI


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