- Avoid deep-fried foods: Admittedly, monsoons are the best time to binge on some pakoras or fried momos. However, eating such foods could be detrimental – especially for people with oily skin. It can increase the risk of acne breakout during monsoons. Therefore, it is advised to dodge these unhealthy foods and eat fruits instead.
- Wash your face: Exposure to rainwater or dust during monsoons can force the particles to clog skin pores and result in acne. Therefore, dermatologists recommend washing the face but with a mild face wash. This helps get rid of toxins while not ripping the skin of essential protective oils
Exfoliate: When it comes to protecting the skin against risk of acne, washing isn’t enough. One must also try to exfoliate the skin to help it get rid of bacteria and dirt better. This skincare step helps remove pathogens and other acne-causing factors.
- Eat vitamin C-rich foods:
Immunityhas a role to play even when it comes to acne and skin health. And for that reason, citrusy foods, rich in vitamin C, such as lemons, oranges, strawberries can be helpful.
Disclaimer: Tips and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purposes only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or a dietician before starting any fitness programme or making any changes to your diet.