Your winter skincare routine has kept your skin healthy and repaired during the cold weather. Once the winter has passed, it is time for a new routine that will suit the changes. It is very important that you understand the difference between winter and spring skincare. With only a few changes, you will adapt your current routine to the warmer weather.
USE A LIGHTER MOISTURIZER
When the weather feels chilly, your skin requires a heavy and rich moisturizer that will lock in the moisture. Thick and oily products are the most common choice for the colder days of the year. As soon as the weather gets warmer, you would want to ditch them so that you will avoid getting your pores clogged. To adapt your routine, simply use DermaCell Collagen Cream and DermaC+ Anti-ageing Serum.
EXFOLIATE MORE OFTEN
Your skin is more likely to be contaminated during spring compared to winter. That’s why you need to exfoliate your skin before you go to bed. This will remove the contaminants and you will wake up to perfectly clean skin.
USE A SUNSCREEN
Spring is the right time to add sunscreen to the products that you regularly use. Spending more time outdoors means more exposure to dangerous sun rays. Applying some of your favorite sunscreen is a must.
BUY NEW SUPPLIES
As soon as spring is around the corner, it is time for beauty shopping. The products that you have used during the winter won’t be effective anymore. Get some good moisturizing serum and face scrub to adapt your skincare routine for the warm weather.
The advantage is that you are very likely to catch some good sales at this time and save a precious amount of money.
Consider investing in good products for your skin when the weather changes from cold to warm. Consult with the expert in your favorite shop to find out which product is the most suitable for your skin type.
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Chloe Glynne is a skin care consultant with 12 years of personal experience in the industry. She is recognized for her skin care advice in the treatment of skin disorders such as acne and rosacea, unwanted wrinkles, fine lines, puffy eyes, damaged skin, with emphasis on anti-aging.