Bug bites, sunburns, peeling skin — summer means a whole host of different skin hangups than we’re used to combatting in coolertemps.
By now you probably know some of the basics, like that you need to protect your skin from that scorching sun, but many people are still falling into some common skin care traps.
Below are some of the most frequently-made summertime skin mistakes — and easy solutions. Then tell us in the comments: What’s your biggest summer skin complaint?
In reality, most sunscreens should be reapplied every two hours, and more frequently if you’re swimming or sweating.
It’s also important to throw on the right pair. Those cheap ones you picked up may not meet recommendations for UV ray protection.