THREE Easy Skin Care Tips For Spring

March 11, 2019

Changing seasons mean more than just switching up your closet!!  You may want to make a few small updates to your skin care routine as Spring hits.  Here are FOUR easy skin care tips to keep your skin beautiful all season long.

 

1.  Exfoliate

Winter skin can be dry, flaky and dull. It’s no surprise you want to shed that old skin before you

 

head into spring and summer now that you’ll most likely be showing more skin. The best way to slough off old and dull skin is exfoliation. Exfoliating your face removes dead surface skin cells and reveals a fresher layer of skin. This allows your skin to absorb skin care products more effectively. Use a face exfoliator that’s gentle and that you can use on a regular basis. 

 

2.  Step Up SPF

With more sunlight and warmer temperatures also comes more time spent outside and higher sun exposure. You should always wear at least SPF 15 sunscreen or moisturizer, but you may want to up your sun protection come spring and summer time. 

 

3.  Exercise

This may not pertain to skin care products or ingredients, but regular exercise is great for your health and skin. Exercise encourages blood flow and circulation to your face which can help flush out toxins. Exercise also acts like a mini-facial for your face because when you sweat your pores open and expel dirt and oil. After a great sweat session make sure to cleanse your skin thoroughly because your face can be a breeding ground for blemishes at this time.

 

With six easy steps you can spring-clean your beauty routine to achieve youthful and glowing, healthy skin all spring long. 

 

Immediate appointments are available in both DermDox Dermatology Centers in Hazleton and Mechanicsburg.  Mechanicsburg now also offers Thursday appointments and Saturday hours from 8:30am to 1pm on every third Saturday of the month. The next date is March 16th. Call now to schedule your appointment or CLICK  to schedule online.

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