Do You Need Moisturizer in the Summer? - My Emollient

A: No, Excessive summer heat can dehydrate your skin. Your body loses a lot of moisture during summers.

If your skin becomes oily, it may be a sign that your skin could be dehydrated. Your body will step up the production of sebum, an oily substance, to protect itself from drying out. You want to be moisturized not oily!

Tip: Use less butter or apply it on damp or skin.

Tip: Use butters at night to lock moisture in for up to 72 hours.

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