As we dive into Spring, it’s essential to think about your skincare routine. Take a look at your current products to identify which products will work for your skin during Spring, and what products were specifically catered to the Winter.
Although springtime entails more fun in the sun, it’s critical to take care of the skin to prevent unwanted inflammation, acne, and breakouts. Here are a few items that your skin will be craving for this Spring:
Eye cream is imperative when it comes to skincare essentials. The skin around the eye area is very sensitive, so it’s necessary to protect it at all times. When unprotected and exposed to an excessive amount of light, this can cause unwanted line fines and wrinkles around the eye area. To help prevent this from occurring, applying an eye cream under and around your eyes every day protects the skin. Aim to wear your eye cream especially on the days you’re going out to have fun in the sun.
Furthermore, make sure to reapply your eye cream when deemed necessary, especially if you’re in and out of the water at the pool or the beach. Altogether, eye creams serve as an extra layer of protection to limit unwanted signs of aging, such as wrinkles and fine lines from developing around the eyes.
Equally important, wearing extra sunscreen is critical during the spring. Sunscreen helps protect the skin from the sun’s harmful UV rays. When the skin is exposed to excessive amounts of UV lights, this causes the skin to lose its elasticity and ability to snap back after stretching. Altogether sunscreen prevents premature aging by keeping the skin protected.
As mentioned above, during the springtime, you’ll probably plan on going to the beach, pool, or just enjoying time in the sun. Studies have shown that chlorine, water, and sweat can remove sunscreen from the skin. For this reason, it’s critical to bring sunscreen along with you during each journey, and reapply when necessary.
Lastly, water is another springtime essential that everyone needs. When the skin becomes dehydrated, this impacts its appearance by making it appear dull, dry, or pale. Additionally, dry skin can cause irritation, itching, inflammation, and dry patches overtime. Drinking a sufficient amount of water helps to rehydrate the skin and improve its overall appearance. During every trip, make sure to rehydrate to help encourage healthy, youthful skin this spring.