For many people, Holy Week, in addition to meaning days of rest and spiritual connection, also represents a time to share with our closest beings. The beach, the pool, the rivers, the mountains, are some of the most frequented places in these times, sunbathing, taking a bath with salt or fresh water, hiking or sports that allow us to be in contact with nature. nature, turn out to be the best plans, therefore, it is one of the periods where our skin is usually exposed to solar radiation for many hours.

In order to fulfill our promise to take care of your skin, today we give you some tips that will help you prepare and care for it, before, during and after these days that are so important for the rest of our body, in order to show off healthy skin. shiny, rested and cared for when you return to your work routine.


The skin is the largest organ in our body and in charge of protecting us from the environment, however, in order to perform its function correctly it must be cared for and protected.

Step 1:

In order to take care of it, cleanliness is a key point, therefore, we must keep it clean. If you exercise constantly, be sure to take a clean towel with you to remove sweat at the end of your routine, avoid staying in sweat for more than an hour after your workout, since sweat bacteria could interact with your pores, clog them and As a consequence, your skin's protective barrier is weakened and symptoms such as acne, excessive sebum production or hypersensitivity will manifest.

Step 2:

Also, keeping good cells active will allow your skin to better fulfill its barrier function. To do this, removing dead cells through gentle exfoliation will strengthen your skin allowing it to perform correctly. It is important that the products you use for this exfoliation are not abrasive. The Detox Facial Exfoliating Gel for oily skin and the Rosa s Facial Exfoliating Gel for dry skin are formulated to offer you a gentle but effective exfoliation, maintaining the balance and proper functioning of your skin cells.

It is very important that you do not do this exfoliation during your period of exposure to the sun, since the cells regenerate after it, and exposure to the sun during the regeneration period could be counterproductive, therefore, it is recommended to do it at least 3 or 4 days before sun exposure.

Step 3:

Hydrating your skin, although it seems like a simple step, is important! Dehydrated skin shows symptoms such as hypersensitivity, dryness, flaking, etc., and as a consequence, it is not surprising if a product in your routine does not fulfill its sales promise, not because the product does not fulfill its function, but because our skin is not in a condition to retain it properly.

We know that one of the most frequent problems in the tropics is humidity, and that when applying hydrating or moisturizing creams, our skin tends to feel heavy and sometimes it even tends to perspire, however, there are products such as Hyaluronic Acid Moisturizing Gel whose Light formula allows the correct hydration of our skin without leaving that feeling of heaviness on our face. In addition, its oil-free formula and with an adequate concentration of hyaluronic acid make this product a perfect option for both oily and dry skin.


You have already arrived at your destination and we know that your mind is enjoying the moment and disconnecting, therefore, before leaving home, sunscreen and a thermos of water are as important as the wallet in your wallet!

Step 1:

As you read it well, we continue to highlight the importance of staying hydrated, remember that our skin is also a reflection of our interior, therefore, drinking water constantly is key to preventing any symptoms of dehydration from reflecting on our skin, and with this, We take this opportunity to remind you to avoid excesses in the consumption of drinks or food that may be counterproductive to your health , such as alcohol, processed or high-fat foods, which, as we mentioned above, can harm the health of your skin.

Step 2:

To properly protect your skin, cleanse, moisturize, and apply your sunscreen at least 30 minutes before sun exposure. If your destination is the beach or somewhere where you are in direct contact with water, reapply the sunscreen within 2 hours of each application and every time you get out of the water in case your sunscreen is not resistant to it. In the same way, for any other destination, a period of 2 to 3 hours is also recommended, trying to refresh and keep the face clean between each application.


The day is almost over and we have taken care of giving the correct care to our skin, now we have to close with a flourish.

Step 1:

The first thing we must do is take a good bath to eliminate the remains of sunscreen and possible bacteria, in this way we ensure that our skin can regenerate properly while we rest. Now, to help in this process of cell regeneration, hydrating or moisturizing our skin is a step that cannot be missed.

Step 2:

Oil fans! > Moisturizing after exposure to the sun, using oils based on Sweet Almond, Jojoba, and with aromas such as Ylang Ylang & Jasmine , Lavender & Chamomile , Mint & Eucalyptus or Roses , is a very pleasant experience, not to mention that a One of the main functions of moisturizing the skin is to keep our protective skin barrier in good condition, preventing the evaporation of the water contained in the tissue.

Step 3:

Another excellent option for those who prefer lighter textures is Aloe Vera Gel , which thanks to the power of this super plant helps protect the skin from damage caused by free radicals, strengthening tissue health. Also, it helps strengthen collagen and elastin fibers, allowing the skin to look more radiant and healthy.


We want to leave you some tips so that you can get the most out of these tips that we have given you today and have a luxurious vacation for you and your skin!

  • Avoid using products such as peels, acids, or any photosensitive ingredient or that can sensitize the skin. If you have any questions regarding this, you can review the product label and verify if it does not have a warning for use, and if it does not specify it, you can consult your dermatologist or an expert in the area for advice.
  • Avoid using sunscreens with SPF less than 50 .
  • Avoid using perfumes and/or handling lemon while you are in direct exposure, as these can stain your skin when in contact with the sun.
  • The amount of infrared rays produced by the sun between 12:00 pm and 3:00 pm increases and causes more damage to the skin, therefore avoiding direct exposure during this period is recommended.

Providing care knowledge, especially on these dates that need it so much, is part of our promise to care for your skin. Now we want to hear from you! Tell us in the comments: Which of these tips were you unaware of and which ones are you already preparing to put into practice?

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