The dog days of summer are coming to a close. It’s been a slog, and in many places the heat will remain high well into September. However, the worst of the heat should mostly be behind us. By now, you might be feeling a bit sweaty, and perhaps even a bit crisp. Such is summer.
Fortunately, there are many ways you can naturally rejuvenate your skin and body. A bit of tender loving care now could go a long way towards naturally slowing aging, ensuring that your skin is healthy, and otherwise protecting your well-being. Let’s go over some ways cure the dog day blues and make sure you head into the waning days of summer healthy and rejuvenated.
Take Care of Your Skin First
Let’s approach our summer natural healing and detox by starting from the outside and going in. The summer sun can be brutal on the skin. If you’ve been enjoying your time outdoors, great! However, you also want to make sure that you’re taking care of yourself.
How about starting with a powerful, natural moisturizer. This will help moisturize your probably dry skin naturally. Next, use a natural detoxifying cream to start pulling toxins and other contaminants right out of your body. This will make it easier for your body to repair itself.
Summer activities often result in muscle and joint injuries. Consider an all natural healing kit if you’re feeling sore.
Detox With Natural Soaks and Supplements
A regular detox is a great idea. With the dog days of summer wrapping up, now is a great time to detox. Intense physical activity, beers and bbqs, great summer season foods, there are a lot of things that can clog up the body. Now is a great time to start detoxing.
By detoxifying, you can help flush your body of the many toxins that are building up. There are many great natural detoxifying solutions. Broccoli, asparagus, lemons and more can all help you flush your body. Of course, you might want to engage in more intensive detoxifying. Natural detoxifying supplements and detoxifying soaks are a great option.
Natural, detoxifying soaks are also a great option. Normally, we recommend detoxifying with warm water. That’s still the best method but in the summer, it’s okay to cheat and use some cold water instead. Indeed, a dip into a cool detoxing solution can be both refreshing and detoxifying.