This summer has gone down in the history books as one of the hottest in decades. As record temperatures continue to make their mark, your skin could be taking a major hit. Regardless of your age or complexion, here are some tips to keep in mind to protect your skin from unwanted discoloration:

1. Exfoliate

People of color have slower cellular turnover so buildup (AKA ashiness) occurs. Combat discoloration by exfoliating. Whether you use an at-home remedy or turn to your go-to product from your favorite skincare line, exfoliating your skin at least once a week is key. Not only does this remove old skin cells, but it gives you a radiant glow once completed. A quick way to tell it’s time to exfoliate is to take a piece of clear tape and apply it to your forehead. If there are little flakes on the tape, it’s time to freshen up!

2. Got milk?

Many times, we focus on treating the exposed portions of the skin such as the face and hands, but our whole body needs proper TLC. One way to ensure you’re covering all the bases is with a long, soothing milk bath. Your skin will be supple and smooth afterward. Ward off sun damage and discoloration by using a sun milk product with SPF.

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  • QuestKnowledge

    I wish I’d come across this in my teenage years. I have discoloration on my face that I’ve been treating with Ambi and so far it has surprisingly worked. Oh yeah, it has sunscreen in it.