The weather’s about to change, and while we would happily bid adieu to the summer, there’s things to remember before the monsoon arrives. If you think that oily skin is a summer thing, think again! While your skin is prone to dryness in the rains, the constant humidity can make it oily. The monsoon is also likely to make your skin break out, develop pimples, get rough and prickly. Before you start to fret and buy solutions to all your problems in panic, we bring you some tips to take special care of your skin this monsoon. Take a look:
Washing your face
Even in the monsoon, it is important to keep your skin hydrated. Wash your face 3-4 times daily, twice using an anti-bacterial face wash, and twice with just water. Use warm water instead of cold water after coming home from the outdoors, even if your face is wet with rainwater.
Cleansing your skin
Regular cleansing is required to keep the face moist and fresh. Avoid using heavy cleansing products, opting for a mild cleanser instead, that easily removes the dead skin and grime from your face. Make sure your cleansers are soap-free.
Scrubbing your face
Using a facial scrub is necessary to exfoliate the skin and unclog your pores. Scrub your face twice a week using a natural face scrub. Avoid scrubs that are laden with chemicals. For oily skin, try using an oatmeal scrub with a mild exfoliate.
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Using a toner every night is vital to prevent skin infections and break outs. Even in the monsoon, there are chances of suffering from dryness. Choose an alcohol-free, anti-bacterial toner to unclog your pores and keep the skin moist.  
Moisturizing is important even in the monsoon, as your skin tends to get dehydrated. Moisturize frequently to keep the skin soft and moist at all times. Since you are likely to get wet in the rains, opt for a non-water-based moisturizer.
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Applying sunscreen
Do not skip sunscreen now that summer is over. Use a light sunscreen lotion every morning, even if it’s cloudy outside.
Applying Make up
You do not need to skip make-up on account of the rains. Opt for water-proof eye-liner or mascara to avoid any eye make-up disasters. Go for light make-up for the face, avoiding anything that is heavy and cream-based. Do not use dark lipsticks, rather stick to lip balms to keep your lips from cracking.
Getting a facial/mani-pedi
Make regular trips to the parlor for mani-pedi or waxing sessions, which will help keep your skin clean and fresh. Avoid facials or skin bleaching in this weather.
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Drinking water
For best results for your skin, drink plenty of water. This will help keep your skin young, healthy and perfect. Eight to ten glasses of water each day are a must for better-looking skin.
Home remedies
The best alternative to chemical-laden products is face packs and scrubs made at home. An almond and honey cleanser works wonders for dry skin. Simply crush 10 almonds and mix with two teaspoons of honey to prepare. For oily skin, prepare a paste with besan, milk, lemon and honey. Rose water and glycerin also help keep your skin healthy.

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