your skin will be exposed to free radicals in the air more often.
These free radicals have been shown to cause premature aging and hyperpigmentation. The best way to deal with that exposure is to use skincare products that contain antioxidants.
Develop a Routine Based on Your Skin Type
The good thing about moving into spring is that your skin is more likely to tolerate additional products. That doesn’t mean you have to go overboard but it does give you more wiggle room to create the ideal routine for your skin type.
For example, people with oily skin can often use more exfoliants. However, make sure to add each product to your routine separately so you can see how your skin responds. It’s also a good idea to add a bit of moisturizer.
In spring, you’ll usually have to develop a daytime as well as a nighttime routine. While the morning routine might include exfoliating, moisturizing, and protecting the skin, you may focus more on cleaning and repairing in the evening.
Saying goodbye to super cold weather means saying hello to a new skincare regimen. As long as you keep on top of what products you’re using and the effect they have on your skin, you should be able to maintain that healthy glow.
Don’t forget to consult with a dermatologist when you need to.