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Proper Summer Skin Care – Preventing Spots and Skin Irritations
(21.06.2009) back


Summer can be a stressful time for the skin. Heat and more intense UV rays can harm the skin – everyday sun creams and lotions do little to help and can even lead to skin problems.

Proper skin care is also important in the summertime. As the sun's UV rays are more intense at this time of year, one may feel inclined to use a sun cream or moisturizing lotion. Unfortunately the skin may not be able to handle the excess oil and so the pores can become clogged. Additionally the skin can become irritated by the artificial chemicals that many common skin care products contain. The result: spots, pimples, blackheads and inflamed skin.

Summer often brings spots, blackheads and irritated skin.

For this reason, it's especially important to regularly rid the skin of excessive oil and contaminants, and at the same time fight inflammation. Common skin cleansing products only work at the surface, and they do little or nothing to reduce skin inflammation.

A common surface cleaning does little to rejuvenate the skin – your skin needs a deep cleansing!

This is why the fangocur Relax Mineral Mask was developed. It deep-cleans the skin, and through it's anti-microbial effects, it fights skin inflammation. Try a deep skin cleansing at least once per week – twice per week is optimal – and you'll be ready for the summer. You'll look great for the summer holidays with more radiant and healthy skin.

Radiant and healthy skin this summer – you'll notice the effects immediately!

Thoroughly clean your skin once or twice a week with the Relax Mineral Mask from fangocur and enjoy more beautiful skin this summer:

Relax Mineral Mask
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