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Meet the Love Your Skin Dermatologist
Dr. Mona Gohara
Dr. Mona Gohara is a board-certified dermatologist and maintains a clinical faculty position at Yale New Haven Hospital, where she sees patients and teaches residents.
In addition, Dr. Gohara lectures nationally about skin health, and contributes to top national publications like Good Housekeeping, Redbook, Real Simple and more.
Dr. Gohara also serves on the Board of Directors of Women's Dermatologic Society, is a fellow of American Academy of Dermatology and is a member of the Skin of Color Society.
Skin tips for summer weather
Have (safe) fun in the sun
Ah, finally. Warm weather is here and so are the days of basking in the sun all day long. But while you're out and about getting that sun-kissed bronze, remember to apply and reapply sunscreen, or a moisturizer with SPF, to keep your beautiful skin protected!
The smart way to freshen up
Typically, it's better to wash your hands with a mild cleanser to keep the germs away, but summer activities, like concerts and festivals, don't always have that option on hand. In those instances, hand sanitizer is okay to use, however, try rubbing it on just your palms instead of slathering it all over your hands in order to reduce some of the stripping of your skin. Rock on!
Help revive your skin after summer activities
Who doesn't love a little pool or beach time in the hot summer months? While it's a fun summer pastime, the chlorine and salt water can leave your skin feeling chapped and dry, so it's important to rinse off once you call it a day, then lather up with your favorite moisturizer.
Keep your lips juicy
While you're exfoliating and moisturizing your skin this summer, don't forget to show your lips some love. Our lips are some of the thinnest skin we have, so protecting them with an SPF moisturizing lip balm would be a good idea when heading out on a bright summer day.
Back pocket this travel hack
Liquids can be tricky when traveling, so instead of packing one more, substitute your eye makeup remover with petroleum jelly. This is a great way to simply and gently wipe away your eye makeup. Just swipe a fingertip amount over your liner and mascara, then follow up with a wash.
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