Take a shower during the hot part of the day. Use your shower to cool off rather than taking a hot shower that will be detrimental to your body by adding heat and drying you out. You need to keep the oil on your skin, don’t melt it off with hot water. Also, stay away from harsh shampoos that remove that precious moisture from your hair and skin.
2. Be cautious about pools!
Chlorine will dramatically dry out your skin, allowing more heat to enter your body. Also, people tend to sit out in direct sunlight when at pools. Instead, take a dip in a natural creek or lake if possible. That way you’ll have moisturizing effects from the water and you’ll likely be able to sit under the soothing shade of a tree.
3. Sip cool or room temperature water.
Avoid ice water! The urge to chug cold water is understandable, but nevertheless, take it slow and listen to your body.
They will keep the room cool and oil your skin. Of course you can always oil your own skin with cooling oils such as coconut oil.