Danuta Mieloch, head esthetician and owner of Rescue Spa, shares similar some similar sentiments. “Some people tend to break out more noticeably during the change of the seasons, although it may depend on habits that you have like wearing extra sunscreen or makeup.”
Is it uncommon to have a breakout be caused by ingredients in sunscreen or overexposure to the sun?
Dr. Saggar was emphatic in his response: “I cannot stress how important it is to protect yourself from the sun. You can get burned even on a cloudy day. Overexposure to the sun can also cause increased inflammation of the skin and increased sebum production, leading to worsening of acne.”
Mieloch also has some advice regarding summer skincare journeys. “Any thick oils that can become easily rancid should be avoided. Also, sunscreen can contribute to breakouts if you don’t cleanse the skin properly. Chemical…