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Spring Skincare – What to Pay Attention to This Spring

Best Skin Care Tips for Spring

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The most important steps of spring skincare – how and why to transition your skincare routine from winter to spring…

The spring is finally here. You can already feel it in the air. There are traces of it in slightly higher temperatures, in the slightly brighter sky, in people’s lighter mood, in new trends and new ideas.

Your skin also welcomes the end of winter and, with it, the end of the harsh conditions it had to go through. Your spring skincare routine should follow these changes. It is about time to get rid of the dull, dry skin we got over the winter and prepare our skin for the upcoming warmer months.

You only need a couple of alterations to make your skin bright and glowing. Here are all the steps you should adopt right now to make your skin ready for the time of light, swaying dresses.

7 Most Important Steps of Spring Skincare Routine

An infographic showing 7 most important steps of spring skincare routine
1. Gently slough off that dull layer

First things first – dry patches and dead skin cells need to go. Exfoliation removes that layer of dull skin and reveals new, young, healthy skin underneath.

Scrubs also cleanse your pores, deal with ingrown hairs, refresh your complexion and give you that youthful glow. They encourage new skin cell growth and make your skin soft, supple and smooth.

You can find here some of the best body scrubs on the market right now. Or, you can DIY this step and get amazing results at ridiculously low prices. However, your scrub needs to be gentle – too harsh products can damage even further the already sensitive skin.

For your body skin, you can try out some of these DIY Sugar Scrubs. As for your face, this Natural Face Exfoliator is gentle, nourishing and completely customizable.

2. Face masks for spring

You can now cut back on heavy masks. Keep using them once every two weeks; the rest replace with light hydrating, fruit and gel masks to brighten your complexion and add life to it.

Make sure that your mask contains hyaluronic acid. HA is an amazing humectant that replenishes the skin and keeps it bright, plump and supple. Vitamin C is also more than desirable – it is a powerful antioxidant that rejuvenates the skin and protects it against free radicals.

These DIY Masks for Luminous Skin are just the right thing for this time of year.

3. Choose lightweight everyday products

You still need a cleanser, toner and moisturizer. But the products that suited you during the winter might not work for you anymore.

For example, during the winter, our skin lipid barrier is at risk, so we opt for creamy cleansers. Now, you don’t need them anymore, so find a cleanser that should still suit your skin type and be gentle to your skin, but unlike creamy cleansers it won’t leave any oily residue on the skin.

You also won’t need heavy moisturizers anymore. Instead, a lightweight hydrating lotion, gel moisturizer or even a facial serum might be a much better option for spring skincare.

4. Sunscreen is a must!

Though sunscreen is a must during the winter as well, in the spring, when it’s warmer and we tend to spend a lot of time outside, you should be even more vigilant about it.

A good sunscreen is light, non-comedogenic, doesn’t cause breakouts and goes well under daily makeup while protecting your skin from the sun. Apply it every morning and reapply every couple of hours.

Here’s a more extensive guide on how to choose a sunscreen that is perfect for you.

5. Your makeup should follow the spring skincare changes

What used to work in the past few months doesn’t work anymore. Heavy, dark makeup that went well with wool winter coats doesn’t match with light spring wardrobe. Check out some ideas for Spring/Summer 2020 Makeup Trends.

As for your skin, a heavy foundation can definitely do a lot of damage during this time of unstable weather and high humidity. You better leave that one acne not quite covered by light makeup than cause a dozen more to appear by clogging your pores.

BB creams, CC creams and tinted moisturizers are a perfect solution for spring skincare/makeup. They are light and hydrating, easy on the skin and provide just enough coverage to even out your complexion without making the mask effect.

6. Floral scented body lotions

Don’t limit your spring skincare only to your face – your body skin needs some pampering, too. But, just like with facial care, you don’t need any heavy products.

Though whipped body butters were oh-so-amazing during the freezing winter weather, now you may find your skin prefers something more lightweight, though still nourishing.

Try to get something that gets absorbed fast, so you can apply it, get dressed and be on your way. Something that will make your skin fresh and glowing all day long. And, of course, it needs to smell amazing!

Or, make your own DIY body lotion and completely customize both the scent and texture.

7. Food makes half of spring skincare

Nature knows best, that is a fact. And there’s a reason why there are so many spring fruits and vegetables. They are here for us, to help us replenish all the vitamins and minerals we were lacking on during the winter. The comfort food time has come and gone; now it’s time to repair the damage.

You can try out this green smoothie or this peach smoothie – they are both amazing for your skin!

Plus, take a walk to the closest street market. Fill your bags with juicy, fresh-smelling, super healthy fruits and veggies. Include them in your everyday meals and they will visibly boost your energy and make your skin plump, youthful and supple.

What makeup can give you that?


(2) Comments

  1. Harshil says:

    These are the amazing and helpful skincare tips for spring and I try this thanks to providing this information.

    1. Jovana R. says:

      Glad you found it helpful… ❤️

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