Cold winter weather can leave your skin dry, flaky, cracked, and dull. When spring comes around, your skin is practically begging you for help! Revitalize your skin’s appearance, texture, and complexion, and say goodbye to the winter skin blues – the change of season doesn’t just mean spring cleaning for your home, but also for your skin. Your natural spring skin care routine can be easy, affordable and effective; put your best skin forward for spring with these simple, all-natural tips:
1. Go Natural
Spring is a time for the new, the fresh, and the clean, especially when it comes to your skin! Try to use products that are organic, natural, and light – your skin needs to be able to breathe in the springtime air and rejuvenate itself after the long, harsh winter. You can even make the effort to go barefaced and make-up free to really embrace the meaning of spring!
Facials are ideal treatments for spring to nourish and freshen up your skin after the long winter months. Facials provide cleansing, exfoliation, reparation, massage, balance, and moisturizing; they also can be specifically tailored to your skin’s individual needs and concerns.
3. Dry Brushing
To remove dead skin cell build-up and dry winter skin, gently run a special brush (specifically made for dry brushing) over your entire body every morning or evening before a shower. Not only will this leave you with smooth, soft skin, it will also give you a chance to unwind and relax daily.
4. Chemical Peels
Chemical peels are a great way to allow your skin to renew itself and start fresh – just perfect for springtime! Your skin will be left feeling rejuvenated and glowing; these treatments also fight the signs of aging such as fine lines and wrinkles, sun spots, hyperpigmentation, and blemishes.
5. Masks & Scrubs
Whether you opt for clinic services or DIY recipes, masks and facial scrubs will do wonders for your skin. Gentle exfoliation combined with much needed hydration (and relaxation) will leave your skin radiant, smooth, and absolutely beautiful! At-home masks and scrubs can be made out of coconut oil, olive oil, lemon, sugar, oatmeal, avocado, honey, and many other ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.