When you do your annual spring cleaning this season, do not skip your medicine cabinet. Moving into longer days, warmer temperatures and increased time in the sun requires a revamped product lineup to keep your skin in peak condition. Continue reading How to Spring Clean Your Skin Care Routine
Your closet isn’t the only thing that needs an overhaul as warmer temperatures move in. Your skincare products and practices need some freshening to keep your skin in optimal health.
Out with the Old
Do not be tempted to simply dig out last spring’s moisturizers and makeup palettes. Before you apply anything to your face, check the date. If it’s older than six months, toss it. While old skincare products look perfectly fine, they are likely teeming with bacteria. Products formulated for your face have a pH level similar to your sk
in, so any bacteria that lived on your face is living in your old skincare products. Yuck. Continue reading Turning Over a New Leaf: Transitioning from Winter to Spring Skincare