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How to Transition Your Skin Care Routine to Spring

How to Transition Your Skin Care Routine to Spring With the cold winter weather bowing a final goodbye, it’s time to welcome the warmth of spring! If you live in cooler climates, this is a major transition – especially for your skin. The colder temperatures can bring harsh dryness and require additional nourishment and thicker creams to lock in moisture and prevent cracking, as well as adequate hydration and dietary support. The warmth of spring and summer temperatures on the other hand, require their own special attention to keep your skin smooth, healthy, and glowing! Here are a few skin care essentials to help transition your skin care routine to the rise in temperatures: Daily Lotion For Spring/Summer you’ll still want to protect against dry skin with a moisturizing lotion with a lighter consistency that’s absorbed quickly. Skinfix Daily Lotion is your perfect companion since its luxuriously lightweight, silky smooth, and contains a calming emollient blend of natural sunflower, jojoba and grape seed oils. The non-greasy formula will prevent dryness from the sun’s heat and leave skin feeling ultra soft. It’s also equipped with Calendula and Chamomile for added nourishment and soothing properties (if you happen to get a bit too much of those tempting UV rays!). Cleansing Oil Wash Since the sun can be drying, it’s important to also use a cleanser on your skin that’s gentle and won’t strip the skin of its naturally protective barrier. Skinfix Cleansing Oil Wash is free from harsh chemicals and fragrance, and instead, FULL of nourishing botanicals as well as natural sunflower, jojoba, and grape seed oils that work to nourish your skin against dryness. It also contains soothing aloe, which will help to heal any burns or inflammation caused by the sun, while keeping your glowing, tanned skin in check! *Follow up the Skinfix Cleansing Oil Wash with the Skinfix Daily Lotion for best daily results and say hello to sunshine! =) Blog written by naturopath (to-be) Erica Grenci, visit her blog at:

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