How To Look Cool & Fresh Even In Scorching Heat

The Indian summer is just not like the summers in Europe. In our country, it is more about temperatures reaching 50 degrees Celsius, constant sweating and tending parched lips and dry skin. It is terrible. Moreover, the obnoxious levels of pollution and dirt don’t help either!




So how does someone look cool and fresh in this scorching heat – even when the roads are burning up and you often find yourself getting nauseated and tired more often? The truth is you can – if you take necessary precautions to take care of yourself.

Here are top 5 things you can easily keep in mind till the summers get over:


1. Take A Bath Twice:

Why not? Take a shower once in the morning before you leave for work and once after coming back home or before hitting the sack at night. It is important because this way your body will remain fresh and free of germs. And don’t forget to apply HE Ice deodorant.



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2. Drink Lots Of Water:

If you don’t do that, it will show on your face. It will be weary and you will also have dark circles under your eyes. Plus, it is never a good idea to keep yourself devoid of cold water. Drink as much as you can even if you have to go to the bathroom every 50 minutes. At least, you will be well hydrated!



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3. Keep A Clean Shirt Handy:

Of course! It is important since sweating is inevitable in this scorching weather. Whenever you feel, you are sweating too much go change into a fresh shirt. After all, how much deodorant can one apply? Even if the fragrance remains and you smell fresh, your shirt will certainly lose its sheen sooner or later.




4. Wash Hair Regularly:

The benefit of having short hair is that they dry off quickly. So wash them regularly with a soft shampoo to keep your scalp clean and oil free.



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Follow these tips and you will always look fresh and smell fresh. Is there anything else you are following these days? Let us know.