summer skin care


How to keep oil at bay, treat sunburns, and more

Just when your skin was starting to feel fresh, dewy, and rejuvenated during the spring season, summer creeps in. And along with it, there comes a whole host of seasonal epidermis concerns. But, you don’t actually need that many products to look and feel great when temperatures rise. “In general, my approach to skin care is 'less is more,'” says Joyce Imahiyerobo-Ip, M.D., director of cosmetic dermatology at South Shore Medical Center in Norwell, Massachusetts. That’s especially true in the summer, she says. Here, find an expert-approved step-by-step plan for your healthiest summer skin.