Spring is just around the corner. Which means it’s the perfect time for spring cleaning! It’s also a great month to detox your bathroom cabinet. As the seasons change so do your skin’s needs. So in with the new and out with the old…
Let your skin breathe
During your skin spring clean, clear out any heavy foundations and let your skin breathe. High coverage foundations can have an impact on acne and cause your pores to become clogged. Ditch heavy foundations and opt for a lighter BB cream to cover up. This will allow your skin to breathe a breath of fresh air.
SPF is for everyday use and not just summer. UV rays that can cause sun damage any time of year, whatever the weather. Choosing a cream with SPF contributes to healthier looking skin and will help keep your skin hydrated.
As the temperature heats up, you will see an increase in oil and residual dirt on your skin. This can build up during the day, giving your skin a greasy look. We suggest a double cleanse during these months. This will ensure skin is clean and will help stop you looking greasy. A double cleanse will also prevent bacteria from getting on your pillow at night, and no one wants that.
Add a supplement
When any new season comes, you may be looking for ways to ensure your skin is getting all the nutrients it needs. An excellent way to do this is by adding a supplement like skin, hair & nails to your daily routine. This supplement is scientifically formulated to support healthy skin, hair & nails and contains collagen, hyaluronic acid, biotin and six other active ingredients.
During winter, your skin sees an increase in dryness, allowing dead skin cells to accuminate. As a result of this build-up, you should exfoliate more when the skin is drier (not less as many people think). During the spring, it is a great time to get in that exfoliating. Exfoliating regularly will speed up the turnover of cells, reducing dirt that can lead to blackheads. Just in time to be spot free for the sun!
Most of us have old products lurking in the bathroom cabinet or at the bottom of your drawers. If you cannot remember when you brought it or it is over six months old, get rid! Old products can do more damage than good to your skin as they can contain a build-up of invisible bacteria. Not something you want to be rubbing on your face!