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Winter Skin Care Trends That Are Worth Keeping in Spring

February 22, 2019

Winter Skin Care Trends That Are Worth Keeping in Spring

Healthy skin calls for extra care during the winter months. Many dermatologists recommend updating your skincare regimen to suit the season, but several winter habits still apply in the spring. Learn about which practices you should maintain during the transition from winter to spring skin care.

Moisturize At Least Twice a Day

Skin requires moisture to appear glowing and healthy regardless of the weather. While you might want to try the lighter formulas that emerge as spring skin care trends, you should still use moisturizer at least twice a day. Most skin care experts recommend cleansing and moisturizing skin in the morning and at night. 

Apply Skin Care Treatments To Moist Skin 

Apply treatments to moist skin to increase absorption all year round. This tip is critical when the air is dry during the winter and remains useful for sealing in moisture in warmer weather. You may notice the effects most when using a treatment such as pure hyaluronic acid serum, which holds up to 1000 times its weight in water.

Get Vitamin C and Zinc

A number of popular spring skin care products contain vitamin C and zinc. These supplements are used to prevent winter colds and can promote skin health all year when applied topically or consumed in food or vitamins. Vitamin C brightens and revitalizes skin while stimulating production of collagen. Zinc is present in many natural sunscreens, which are necessities during the spring.

Give your skin the dose of vitamin C it needs with the exfoliating and moisturizing Vitamin C + E Ferulic Acid serum for dry or normal skin. If you have oily or acne-prone skin, use a treatment without vitamin E. Whether you decide to use some of the same products from winter during the spring or try new treatments, these 2019 skin care trends can help you maintain healthy skin all year long.





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