[Springtime Skincare: Part I]

by When Beauty on April 02, 2021

As the weather becomes warmer and the seasons change, it’s time to transition your skincare into a new Springtime routine!

Here are some convenient tips and tricks to keep your skin looking and feeling its best, whenever and wherever you are.


 1. Exfoliate

The cold and dry winter, not to mention the dryness from heaters, can leave your skin chapped and flaky. Exfoliating is an important part of your skincare routine, as it helps to remove impurities and dead skin cells from the surface, leaving a new fresh and soft layer for smoother and more radiant complexion.

However, excessive exfoliation can strip the skin off its natural oil, which may cause the skin to start over-producing sebum which may make the skin look oilier and lead to blocked pores. Depending on your skin type you should exfoliate only once or twice a week to prevent over-exfoliating your skin.  


To prevent over-exfoliation and irritating the skin, it is important to look for a gentle exfoliating scrub or mask that have been tested to be dermatologically safe without any harsh chemical in order to not cause damage to your skin’s barrier. Chemical peels and exfoliants also need to be used with caution as although they may appear to be less irritating than physical scrubs, using them too frequently can cause extreme dryness and irritation of the skin.


When Recommends: When Rose Coconut Gentle Exfoliating Scrub Mask. It contains ultra-fine natural Coconut Shell Powder scrub in a rich and creamy texture for gentle exfoliation. Although this is a Physical exfoliating product the Coconut Shell Powder particles are finely grounded so it won’t cause any abrasive ‘micro’ tearing in the skin which would damage the skin barrier. It also contains Calamine and French Rose Water, extracts, and essential oil to help calm and soothe sensitive and irritated skin while providing a luxurious aromatherapy treatment. Is there any better way to welcome Spring?


2. SPF
Even if it’s not as bright and sunny as Summer, the UV rays in the Springtime can be equally as harmful. Using foundation or skincare products containing SPF can help, but these definitely should not be your only defense against the sun.

To protect your skin from the UV rays, sun spots and damage, make sure that you use a good quality sunscreen.

TIP: Use a moisturizing, broad spectrum sunscreen (which protects against UVB and UVA rays and helps prevent skin cancer and sunburn) with a SPF of at least 30.


 3. Toner

Have you tried using facial mist toners?  I’m sure by now with the whole K-beauty trend taking the world by storm that you’ve heard of toners. Just to refresh your memory, toners are a type of light essence or lotion that help to balance the pH and prep your skin to better absorb the nutrients of the following skincare steps such as serum or cream. They used to come in bottles where you needed to pour out the product onto a cotton pad or your hand to apply your face. But facial toner mists are the new thing now! The toner packaged in a mist spray bottle can be conveniently applied to your face directly, thus minimizing any product wasted on your cotton pad or hands. Also, the mist is a great way to rehydrate and refresh your skin throughout the day.

When Recommends: When Revivifying Toner Mist with Marine Complex. This mist is packed with antioxidant marine polyphenols found in Ecklonia Cava Extract, brown algae found on Jeju Island in Korea. It also contains Sea Water and Hydrolyzed Collagen to instantly hydrate, refresh and nourish the skin. The fine mist spray pump also helps to effectively deliver the nutrients of the toner for glowing and supple skin.

Makeup Tip!: You can apply the Revivifying Toner Mist with Marine Complex over your makeup! You’ll end up with that coveted ‘Glass Skin’!


Curious about more skincare tips? 
Stay tuned for part 2! 



Mentioned in this Post:
When Rose Coconut Gentle Exfoliating Scrub Mask.


When Revivifying Toner Mist with Marine Complex.


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