HOW TO TRANSITION YOUR SKINCARE ROUTINE TO SPRING
Is anyone else excited for spring to arrive as we are? Sunnier days, more outdoor activities, and all around the corner. A new season also means adjusting your skincare ritual just a bit to support your skin with the weather change. Here are a few ways to transition your skin care ritual to better suit the spring weather that is on the way:
Winter months can be very drying to skin, possibly causing more dead skin to build up. Exfoliating can be beneficial to get rid of any dead skin cells lurking on the surface of your skin. By adding an exfoliating routine to your ritual, you will aid your skin in absorbing your products better and brighter, more even complexion. For more info about exfoliating for different skin types, check this blog post.
Depending on skin needs, it is probably time to lighten up on heavy creams/moisturizers. In the winter, it is paramount to create a barrier to keep the skin from drying out. This is very individualized. Some skin may still need the extra help, while others find their skin feeling too oily. You might want to cut back little by little instead of just stopping all at once. The key is to listen to your skin.
One of the best things you can do to start your skin off in a new season right is to go get a facial. First of all, you probably deserve it! But your skin will thank you. Facials will help exfoliate, remove impurities, hydrate your skin, and so much more. They will also help you release tension and bring you into a calmness. As spring arrives so does new climates and humidity, a facial can help your skin transition to a new climate by reducing breakouts, rashes, lessening histamines, and inflammation. In a way, getting a facial when the season is changing can be preventative care!
If you are looking for place to have a facial done, please book an appointment with me. I would love to treat and help with any skincare issue you are currently having as well as aid your skin in fighting issues that can come during a seasonal change.
Always remember less is more and what you put in your body is just as important as what you put on your body!