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Save Your Skin during Season Transition

Save Your Skin during Season Transition

This is because your skin is trying to adjust to the seasonal change. To safeguard that, your skin does not break out more often, here's what you need to take into account-

Change your cleanser

When weather changes, the main thing that you need to relook at is your cleanser. For example, if you have an oily skin, during the summers it can become oilier, however, as the weather cools, oil production will reduce often resulting in more dryness for some skin types. You may then want to consider using a gentler cleanser into your skincare routine. Kaya’s Purifying Cleanser gently cleanses the pores from deep within, removing excess oil, dirt and impurities. It contains Salicylic Acid with acne fighting properties that help reduce acne and prevent future breakouts. To know more visit:  

Up the hydration level

During the rains, your skin requires a certain amount of moisture, as compared to that during summers. No matter what your skin type is, remember to hydrate it well and also to keep it moisturised at all times. Drink at least 7 to 8 glasses of water on a daily basis. Use a good moisturizer to keep the skin moistures locked-in. Kaya’s Revive and Firm has an intensive action formula that promotes the formation of collagen. Advanced anti-oxidants like Curcumin extracts and Vitamin E, protect the skin against free radicals. Visit  

Reduce exfoliating

As seasons change you should remember that too much scrubbing can damage your skin and make it uneven. Stick to doing it just once every week so that the natural oils from your skin don't vanish. Use gentle cleansers such as Kaya’s Creamy Exfoliating Rinse which gently polishes the skin by removing dead skin cells and leaving your skin fresh, soft and smooth with a luminous complexion. To know more visit:  

Reduce hot showers

One of the best ways to guarantee your skin against damage is by reducing the number of hot baths you take in a day. Instead, bathe with tepid water so that you do not catch cold. Taking a bath with cold water is also not advised. You might not only catch cold, but your skin might also become dry and flaky.  


A common skincare misapprehension is that your skin only requires sun protection during the summer months. Although the temperature takes a dive during monsoons, the sun still shines strong. It’s always best to carry over your defensive measures even into the cooler months. Use a sunscreen or morning moisturizer containing a broad spectrum SPF to protect your skin from harmful UV rays. To maintain youthful skin, include year-round sun defence in your skincare routine. You can also consider using Kaya’s Sweat Proof Sunscreen SPF 30+ as it is s water and sweat resistant. Sunscreen delivering up to 8 hour broad spectrum protection against harmful UV-A and UV-B rays. Visit to know more.

If your skin responds to seasonal and climate changes, this guide will help you sustain flawless skin year-round, every time the cold blows in or even when the mercury rises. With trivial changes as required, you can have gorgeous skin that's ready for whatever Mother Nature sends your way!

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