Who doesn’t love a bit of sunshine, fresh air and soaking up the rays? Our moisturising bars, for one, They aren’t as tough against the heat as, say, our shampoo and conditioner bars. Our cleansing bars love a bit of heat, especially when it’s dry heat (like your hot water cupboard), but our balms and moisture bars… not so much. These bars are jam-packed with delicious oils and butters and have been designed to melt with the warmth of your skin. But the rising temps of summer can throw a warm spanner in the works. Luckily, there are some easy ways to care for the more heat-sensitive bars in your bathroom.\n The bars to watch out for in the heat are:\n\nSuperStar\nSaving Face Serum\nThe Perfector\nButter Blocks\nBath Mylk \nLove Baby Bar\nBaby Bott Balm\n\n \nThe most sensitive of all\nSuperStar! - It’s rich, creamy, amazing at removing your make-up and also prone to melting. Even in the cooler months, it’s best to keep it away from direct sun, but over summer, you might like to take extra steps like popping it in a cool, dark cupboard to keep it in top form. \nUse it, drain it, dry it\nShampoos and conditioner bars love the heat, but the humidity, not so much. If you find them getting wet and mushy, seek out dry, airy spots like a hot water cupboard, then keep them covered once they’re back in the bathroom. \n\nThis is my home set up when my bars are struggling: to the left, they’re stored in a well-draining container, with good airflow. Since my bathroom doesn’t face the sun, they don’t get too hot and mushy. To the right, I’ve got them in the hot water cupboard for some R\u0026amp;R. A day here usually dries them out enough to go back in the bathroom :)\nIf you find your shampoo and conditioner bars really struggling to dry out properly and you’ve kept them as far away from water as possible, check out some of our top tips for storing them here.\nIf all else fails and they’ve turned to mush, don’t worry! Just like my Tip-to-Toe bar on the right, you can still save them from the comfort of your own home. Find out how here.\n\nFor all your other ultra-hydrating bars like your balm and moisturisers, here’s our two-step process for keeping them in top form over the summer months. \nShut up shop \nIt’s a great idea to store your bars in a container – jar, tin or box. That way, if it does melt a bit you can still use it, almost like your own home-made jar of cream. Any old jar will do! \n\nPro tip: If you’re travelling, this is the best way to store your moisturisers and bars, too!\n \nCool down \nWhen it’s warm, make ‘em cool. You might find your bars do ok in a bottom drawer in your bathroom – just keep an eye on them when the sun’s blazing! If it’s so hot that even your bathroom is feeling overcooked, you might need to step into the big leagues: your fridge! Just make sure you label your bar, so you don’t find your partner frying onions in it... \nNow your bars have chilled out, it’s your turn - hit that beach, pool or backyard sprinkler. (I’m not picky!) Just don’t forget your hat!