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3+1 beautifying tips for summer skincare routine

As the weather worthy of June has arrived, it is necessary to adjust summer skincare routine to the heat. To maintain the health and beauty of our skin Solanie’s beautician team has collected 3+1 beautifying tips for appropriate summer skincare routine.

Solanie novelty: Solanie So Fine After Sun Lotion CALM & COOL

The last period has been really busy at Solanie: we have expanded our range with Damask rose and Orange blossom aromatic waters and a variety of essential oils. Now, we have another new summer product, and we are pleased to present the Solanie So Fine After Sun Lotion CALM & COOL, inspired by the close collaboration of customers and beauticians.

What does SPF number stand for? What is the difference between a physical and a chemical sunscreen?

There are many misconceptions about the meaning of SPF and the protective ability of sunscreens. As an adult (depending on skin type and degree of UV radiation), we can spend an average of 5-30 minutes in the sun unprotected without burning. One of the most important things when choosing sunscreen is choosing a product with the right SPF. But what does the SPF number mean? How to choose the right one? What is the difference between physical and chemical sunscreen?

What's new in the Solanie webshop

Damascus rose and Orange blossom aromatic water, reach out for them on the hottest summer days, or after sunbathing. Our novelties include Solanie essential oils, which cure various skin problems. The Australian tea tree, the Indian lemongrass and Lavender essential oils can be great choices if the goal is to reach good mood and physical and mental health. Solanie Hyaluron Active Liposome Gel helps replenish the skin with moisture, makes it firmer and more elastic.

Sensitive, dry, combination skin type? Which one do you belong to? Get to know your skin!

If we want to categorize the type of the skin, we can talk about dry, normal, oily and combination skin types, to which we can add the so-called sensitive skin type. Although professionals distinguish many other categories in skin diagnosis, we ourselves, at home, may still be able to easily classify our skin into one of these categories.

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