Seasonal Skincare Tips
As the seasons change, your skincare routine should too.
Environmental changes can have various effects on your skin, so it's important to make sure you're doing what you can to maintain healthy skin as the seasons change.
Tips for Fall:
If you're thinking you can't maintain that beautiful, healthy glow of your skin during the cooler seasons, I'm here to tell you that you can!
By incorporating Vitamin C into your skincare, like with a Vitamin C Serum, you're helping to brighten your skin, while also working to soothe inflammation and reduce the appearance of sun and age-spots.
Most importantly, keep your skin hydrated.
With the lack of moisture in the air from the summer humidity, your skin will need the extra moisturization from your skincare products to help it retain more water and stay hydrated.
Look for a heavier moisturizer to help protect your skin from becoming too dry and prevent water loss.
You should also look for products that contain more hydrating ingredients, like glycerin, hyaluronic acid, and lactic acid.
Tips for Winter:
The winter weather can be harsh on your skin, so be sure to use gentle, nourishing products to keep your skin looking and feeling healthy.
Avoid exfoliants that contain harsh ingredients to avoid skin abrasions or inflammation.
Avoid hot showers too because they can dry out your skin. If you can't say no to a hot shower, make sure to moisturize afterwards using a heavy moisturizer.
And remember, it's still important to wear sunscreen during the winter!
Tips for Spring:
With spring in the air, you don't have to worry about dry skin, at least not as much. Switch that heavy moisturizer you've been using to a lighter one instead.
Maintain using a gentle exfoliant to help nourish and moisturize dry, dull skin and get rid of dead skin cells.
With the sun out more than before, it's important to wear sunscreen to help protect your skin from harmful UV rays and sun damage.
Look for products that contain antioxidants, like Vitamin C, to help combat and reduce the appearance of sun damage as well.
Tips for Summer:
Keep that sunscreen out because you'll definitely be needing it!
Summer means spending more time in the sun, which can lead to complexion concerns caused by sweat and sun damage.
Your main goal during the summer should be to cleanse, but it's still important to moisturize. Look for a cleanser that, above all, suits your skin type but one that can help to reduce breakouts and inflammation also.
Don't use heavy products. Stay away from heavy moisturizers and heavy makeup. Your skin needs to breathe.