Spring Clean Your Skincare Routine

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With the wintry weather coming to an end, your skin has probably become drier than normal (this is due to the lack of humidity, which is completely normal by the way). And so as you start to prepare for spring it is important to adjust your routine to suit the warm weather coming along the way. Here are a few things you can start doing that will help your winter skin come back to life for the spring season.


As the weather starts to heat up in spring, it is important to increase your water consumption. Why? Well, my beauties water will keep you hydrated from the inside out and will keep your skin looking luminous and healthy. And if you don’t like the taste of water don’t worry I’ve got you covered! Here are few ways to make water more enjoyable. You can infuse ice-cubes with water-rich fruits like watermelons, grapes, lemons, cucumbers, and strawberries. Or you could also eat vegetables that contain high water content such as lettuce, celery, tomatoes, capsicums zucchini, spinach, and broccoli. And If you still find it difficult to keep hydrated, try this amazing app that tracks your water consumption: Waterlogger. So remember to drink up this spring as water is the world’s best beauty elixir. Cleanse We all know how important it is to cleanse our skin twice a day no matter what the season. And with the weather heating up, it is very easy for your skin to be exposed to dust, dirt, and grime. SkinB5’S gentle antioxidant-rich cleansing mousse helps remove dead skin cells, tightens and unclogs pores and leaves your skin feeling fresh.


In hotter temperatures, your skin may become oilier than normal and you will no longer need heavy winter creams, so try switching to a lighter moisturizer. In this case, SkinB5’s light antioxidant-rich moisturizer is fantastic as it contains powerful and natural ingredients such as Vitamin B5, Green Tea, and Jojoba, which reduces the shiny look our skin can get during the warmer months and helps draws moisture back into the skin. Also don’t forget to apply sunscreen, buy one that protects your skin from UVB and UVA rays, especially if you’re spending any time outdoors this spring.


As you switch up your skincare routine in preparation for spring, don’t forget to pamper yourself with a face mask. A good face mask can help hydrate the skin, improve the appearance of your pores and help pull out any impurities that you may have. It is also an excellent way to help remove excess oils you may get during the warmer days. If you’re looking to being pampered like you’re at a spa from the comfort of your own home, try SkinB5’s 5 minute skin purifying mask. It cleanses deep from within the skin layers helping your skin to heal and renew and leaves you with a smoother looking appearance .I use this at least once a week, I just love the feeling of a more radiant glow and tightened tone skin after a single use. There you have it! I hope these tips help you ‘’Spring Clean your Skin’’ and remember to eat a healthy diet so you can keep you looking radiant. Do you have any questions about your springtime skin care regime? If so contact me on info@skinb5.com Farah has been using SkinB5 for two years now. She is an advocate for natural and organic beauty products, healthy living and a self-proclaimed whole foods enthusiast. Her passion for health and beauty stems from her personal experiences dealing with problematic skin and now she wants to help others learn her secrets to flawless skin from the inside, out.
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