As the temperatures rise and humidity soars, you might be tempted to skip your serums and moisturiser but your skin needs TLC in hot, humid weather too—especially when it is the default weather in Singapore.
Heat and humidity cause your skin to sweat and produce excess sebum, which could make your pores look bigger and even lead to breakouts. Staying indoors in air conditioning dehydrates your skin making it feel tight and stretched and excess exposure to the harsh rays of the sun leads to dark spots and sun damage.
Using the right skincare products will help keep your skin moisturised, healthy and thriving even when it’s hot and humid. We’ve picked out a few that you can add to your existing routine.