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Seasonal Skincare – How To Transition To Spring And Summer

There may still be snow and cold weather in many parts of the country, but with the arrival of March in a little over a week, the idea of spring will bring around renewed excitement. Soon, you’ll be able to enjoy the warmer weather and longer days that come with Spring.

When a new season arrives, it’s a good idea to take stock of your skincare routine and determine what’s working and what isn’t. Have you ever found that your go-to moisturizer stops working as well as it used to? This could be because the seasons are changing.

Luckily, you can do several simple things to get your skin ready for the new season. Find out how to prepare your skin for spring and summer to avoid any problems that may arise during the seasonal shift.

The Winter-to-Spring Transition: How to prepare your skin


When the weather changes, so does a person’s skin. Usually, in the winter, when the humidity is low, there are the most noticeable shifts. If the skin can’t get enough moisture from the air around it, it will get tight, dry, and flaky. Sadly, springtime skin problems are just as common. People who spend more time outside are more likely to be exposed to UV rays, wind, heat, and pollen, all of which can damage the skin.

Even though the change of seasons can cause skin problems, not everyone has to have them. To lessen the possibility of skin irritation, it is important to properly prepare the skin for the change from winter to spring.

If you want to stop worrying about your skin and actually start enjoying the weather, then follow these simple skincare tips:

  • Exfoliate your skin 1-2 times a week. As you may imagine, exfoliation is a big deal. Exfoliating the skin is a great way to get rid of dead skin. These dead skin cells can accumulate without exfoliation, leading to lackluster skin. Additionally, they can cause breakouts by clogging pores. Our exfoliator is a gentle powder exfoliant that can be used for a deep clean or applied as a paste.

  • Use a moisturizer that works best for your skin. It’s a regular practice for people to switch to thicker moisturizers in the winter. When the days become longer, and the humidity rises, using a rich moisturizer can make skin feel greasy. Before the heat and humidity of summer set in, now is the time to find a moisturizer that is light but still does its job. This is a fantastic approach to prepare your skin for the warmer weather of spring and summer.

  • Try a mask with antioxidants. Summer and spring are peak seasons for outdoor activity, which means higher exposure to harmful elements like UV radiation and pollutants. Regular use of an antioxidant-rich mask or serum is recommended for skin protection.

  • Take a lot of vitamin C. Applying vitamin C directly to the skin helps prevent sunburn. Being a powerful antioxidant, it helps to protect your skin from the inside out by reducing the free radicals created by the sun’s ultraviolet A and B rays. Our serum offer all of these benefits and more. You can feel good about letting your skin feel the summer heat because this lotion’s recipe is full of antioxidants and moisture

Prepare to have the best skin season ever


The transition from winter to spring doesn’t have to be too rough on your skin if you stick to a routine that’s appropriate for the season. The above spring skincare techniques can help you achieve gorgeous, soft, and glowing skin this season, just in time for the warmer weather.

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