The worst thing summer brings is the unbearable heat. The hottest days are yet to come, as are heatstroke, sun exposure and exhaustion. It can wreak havoc on your skin, hair and body and make you feel sick, exhausted and tired if you don’t take good care of yourself.
Make sure you keep your cool with summer-friendly products.
While a glass of cool buttermilk and freshly cut melons relieve your body from the summer heat, certain health and wellness products can also keep you happy and fresh from the outside.
Here are a few must-have products every guy should swear by in the summer:
1. Citrus scents
All you need on a hot day is a spritz of fruity fragrance to feel fresh in an instant. A citrus-scented perfume can not only make you feel fresh but also slash BO.
Stay fresh and smell good with this fragrance with citrus and aquatic notes. It’s like “the ocean in a bottle”.
I can’t stress that enough. Sunscreen is your ultimate savior from the sun and the extreme damage it causes.
In case you didn’t know, it also protects you from signs of premature aging, sunburn, and pigmentation. Get it if you haven’t already.
Sunglasses are much more than a style accessory. It protects your eyes and the area around them from UV rays by preventing fine lines and wrinkles. That doesn’t mean they have to be boring.
Get a cool pair like this that doubles as a bottle opener for your beer or juice bottles.
4. Wet Wipes
Feeling bad, sweaty and dirty in the summer is obvious. It happens because dirt, oil, sweat, and pollution particles build up on your skin and make you feel that way.
However, you can take face wipes with you to get rid of all that on the go.
5. A refreshing shampoo
Does your head feel hot from the heat or do you feel exhausted from being in the sun for too long? A shampoo infused with cooling ingredients like menthol can keep it fresh all season long.
Your hair accumulates more dirt and oil during the hot season, so it is important to keep it clean and fresh in the summer.
Swear by these and you’ll never hate summers again.