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Spring Is In The Air, And Your Skin Is Trying To Protect You

Spring Is In The Air, And Your Skin Is Trying To Protect You

Spring is a wonderful time of year - the air warms, the days are longer, and flowers fill the markets with radiant colors and scents. We wear fewer layers and start to spend more time outdoors. But all the beauty of Spring also initiates the vernal battle with your skin sounded by the sneeze. Common allergies cause itchy and watery eyes, and a runny nose and sneezing can lead to dryness and redness from excessive wiping and blowing. As if winter’s cold dry weather wasn’t a test itself. But with this change in season it’s also time to transition your skin care routine for Spring.

Soothe Your Skin

Puffiness and redness are often a result of allergens and constant nose blowing, leaving the skin sensitive and dry. The concentrated ingredients in our Serum Concentrate absorbs quickly to help promote and support the skin’s natural process of cellular turnover, which calls forth many supportive cellular healing factors to the location of the trauma helping to reduce the red tone, swelling and irritation upon application - the same reasons Rescue is the ideal after-sun soother.

Moisturize and Protect

It’s important to keep your skin moisturized to protect it from changing weather and airborne irritants that can cause dry and itchy skin. Our Ultra Moisturizer packs a punch with Shea butter, sunflower seed oil, and Vitamin E, to lock in moisture and keep skin hydrated. Antioxidants like Coffea Arabica Fruit Extract, Beta-Carotene, and Pumpkin seed oil help to fight the strain of free radicals caused by UV rays and pollution, to name a couple.

Related: Is your skin trying to tell you something?

Don’t forget the SPF

SPF is a year-round essential, and as the weather warms up and we find ourselves outside more often, it’s necessary to protect your skin. Sun damage is responsible for about 80% of premature facial skin aging (1), and the best way to combat photoaging is prevention. If you’re not already, daily application of sunscreen will work wonders for your skin in the long-run.


This Spring, give your skin all the support it needs to stay healthy and radiant.


 
Reference: Effect of the sun on visible clinical signs of aging in Caucasian skin