How to Prepare Your Skin for Spring

Many people do spring cleaning for their homes, offices, and vehicles, but most people forget to take care of their skin’s seasonal changes. Although winter is the most difficult time for skin due to the dry air inside and outside, spring comes with its own unique challenges. Here are the four areas to pay close attention to as spring approaches.

 

Exfoliate Deeply

Exfoliating should be a part of your skincare routine at least once per week. However, it’s easy to accidentally rush the process and not do a thorough job.

Pay extra attention to exfoliating every part of your face and neck during the springtime to get a revitalized glow. If your exfoliating scrub instructions allow it, try exfoliating more frequently for a few weeks. Consider using a pore strip on your t-zone as well to loosen up the dead skin that clogged your pores during the winter.

 

Start Wearing Sunscreen

The suns’ rays can be harmful even in the winter, so it’s essential to wear sunscreen year-round. However, spring is when most people start to spend more time outside.

Even if you’re only going out for a 30-minute outing at the park, get in the habit of wearing sunscreen. Longer excursions that span a few hours or more should include a short break to reapply sunscreen, especially on your face.

 

Prepare for Breakouts

With spring weather comes moderate changes in the air that can trigger itching and sneezing. Although seasonal allergies are not directly linked to acne, you can still trigger acne breakouts if you touch your face more than usual.

Get ready for breakouts by having a solid face soap that’s specifically designed to deal with acne. FaceDoctor Soap uses Sea Buckthorn Oil to help eliminate bacteria without drying out your skin.

 

Use a Lighter Moisturizer

Most people switch to a heavier moisturizer in the winter to help counteract the dry air. Although this works well for most people, it means you’ll need to switch back in the spring, which makes it hard for your skin to readjust.

FaceDoctor’s Sea Buckthorn Oil provides the perfect level of lightweight moisture that won’t clog your pores. You can use FaceDoctor products year-round, but spring is the perfect time to make the switch.

You can also try the maximum strength FaceSurgeon soap for even stronger help with eczema, rosacea, and more. Make the FaceDoctor family of products part of your spring skincare routine to get a fresh start and a rejuvenated look.

 

 

 

 

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