8 Products That Will Remedy Your Sensitive Skin This Summer

06/03/2014 07:48 am ET | Updated Jun 03, 2014

We don't have to remind you that it's getting hot. But since we just did, maybe it's time to discuss what happens to our skin in the summertime -- yes, you'll probably get a great tan, but with the heat comes rashes, sweat and other environmental factors that can really irritate your body.

But, have no fear, here are eight products that can help you deal with summer so you can worry about other stuff, like backyard barbecues and beach trips. But of course, if you are experiencing skin issues or have more questions about products, consult a doctor.

  • 1 First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Instant Oatmeal Mask
    Calm your skin with some good 'ol oatmeal. $22,
  • 2 Fresh Sugar Lip Treatment SPF 15
    Get the lip color you want, with the SPF and hydration you need. $22.50,
  • 3 La Roche-Posay Ceralip Lipid Replenishing Lip Cream
    But if your lips get super cracked and dry, slather on a lip treatment when you get home and notice a smooth difference by morning. $17.99,
  • 4 Burt's Bees Sensitive Eye Cream
    If you're feeling puffy (which could happen on hot, humid days), soothe your eyes with this cool cream. $18,
  • 5 Jason Mineral Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 30
    With physical-blocking ingredients, you can stay sunburn free and protected against harmful rays. This is definitely a sunscreen for the whole body! $12.49,
  • 6 Vanicream Moisturizing Skin Cream
    Although it's warm, you still need to moisturize -- so do it with care. $10.89,
  • 7 MyChelle Pure Harmony Serum
    This serum will have you going "ahhh," in the pleasant way. $45.50,
  • 8 Aveeno Protect + Hydrate Lotion Sunscreen SPF 50
    One of the best, moisturizing facial sunscreens in the game -- and bonus, no white residue left behind. $10,

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