17 warm-weather beauty essentials we swear by when the temperature starts rising
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- Summer weather isn't always so easy on our skin and hair.
- That's why so many members of the Insider Picks team have a lineup of products ready to counter the effects of sweat, humidity, strong UV rays, and more.
- From water mists that refresh our skin throughout the day to a team-favorite setting spray that keeps makeup from melting off, these are the 17 beauty products we rely on when the temperature starts rising.
Summer is the best. It's the season of short-sleeves, al fresco dining, baseball games, backyard barbeques, ice cream cones, pool parties, beach reads - I could go on and on.But there is one part of summer that I don't love or even like. It's sandwiched somewhere between all of those wonderful qualities that make it my favorite season of them all, but I can't ignore it - it's the season of sweat and humidity.
Let's face it. Summer weather is fun when you're on the beach, but it's not so fun when you're standing on a subway platform dripping in sweat while you wait for the next train. You can't control the weather, but you can stock up on products to combat salt, sweat, humidity, UV rays, and whatever else summertime brings. To help you (and me) prepare for the warm weather ahead, I asked my coworkers to divulge the beauty and skin-care products they actually use to combat the effects of the sun and heat.
Keep reading for the 17 warm-weather beauty essentials we rely on during summer:
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