Warm temperatures and days at the beach mean showing off more skin is a part of summer. Are you ready for your skin to be on display? Fortunately, with a few simple steps, you can make your skin look great while protecting it from some of the risks of summer sun. Start by exfoliating your skin and switching to lighter cleansers and moisturizers. Talk to your dermatologist to find out if your acne treatment makes you more vulnerable to sunburn, and choose sunscreens that won’t clog your pores. If you have rosacea, stay cool to keep your symptoms in check. Find out more about summer skincare—including how to reduce your risk of melanoma and other skin cancers—in this infographic from Arlington Dermatology. Contact us when you need an appointment with a dermatologist in Arlington Heights, and share this information to help your family and friends get ready for healthy summer skin.