Spring Skin Changes to Make
Snow, sludge, and rain can cause season-long build up on the skin. By this I mean a build up of dead skin cells, leftover product, and environmental toxins.
I recommend exfoliating a little more. You could even book in for a micro-dermabrasion facial at LA Beauty.
To keep skin smooth and hydrated I recommend extra extra hydration giving skin a fresh, dewy glow.
Change it up
Gone are the days of duck boots, fur-lined hoods and loading up your visage with thick creams to help fight off the wicked winter wind.
Come spring, it’s time to swap out your heavy formulas for lighter lotions. While ingredients like petrolatum help protect the skin, certain products can weigh you down especially in humid weather,
I recommend an oil-free moisturiser, like the Plump Me Up which goes on light and smooth, but rich enough to quench skin without kickstarting excessive oil production.
Apply and Re Apply
After a months spent bundled up in beanies and parkas, slathering on sun protection is a must once temps start to rise.
Although, you should have been rocking daily SPF November through March, too. Springtime is actually a high risk time for sunburns and sun damage.
Although the weather is warmer, it’s still so mild you might not feel how strong the sun is. Apply sunscreen every morning and reapply it again before any outdoor activity during the day.
Either buy a separate on or use the Whipped Cream.
Add an Eye Gel
Because the sun’s more prominent in the spring we can become more prone to squinting. To combat the fine lines and wrinkles that can form around the eyes, find an eye cream with a high concentration of antioxidants and peptides. Either allow the Plump Me Up to double up as an eye gel or use our Cool & Lift Eye Gel.
Lots of love
This is all said with love, I know many people have different opinions and that is absolutely fine. Any questions just ask…
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