Spring. Seasonal changes & ingredients your skin craves.
A change in skincare routine for the new season, whether spring/summer or autumn/winter, is not a trend. Seasonal switching is about understanding what your skin needs at different stages, whether it’s changed in your life or the seasons.
What skin surprises can we expect in spring, and how to deal with them?
SPRING: breakouts, sensitive skin, stressed skin.
Unsurprisingly, this is the time of year to do skincare spring clean. Renewal season is the perfect time to make an appointment with one of our skin specialists and discuss your skincare routine for the entire year.
Spring does signal the start of warmer weather. Still, frequent changes and unpredictable weather often mean unpredictable skin, so following a daily routine every morning and evening can help balance skin.
For those suffering from hay fever, spring can be a problem due to redness, runny nose and itchy skin.
INGREDIENTS TO HELP:
PEPTIDES calm and soothes stressed skin and helps to maintain a plump and youthful complexion no matter how much the season swings from mild to warm. Speaking of warm days, SPF is a daily non-negotiable as up to 40% of the sun’s UV rays penetrate clouds, even on a grey day.
SPRING SKIN SWAPS: HYDRATE, RESTORE & PROTECT
Choose a lighter moisturiser as the air warms up. We like HydraLight, a soothing hydrating cream with HYALURONIC ACID, ALOE and NIACINAMIDE. Plus, the all-important PEPTIDES work to firm and strengthen skin.
For skin showing signs of stress, calm things down with our RECOVERY BALM. Originally formulated to support skin post-procedure, it rehabilitates irritated, stressed, dehydrated skin.
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- Hyaluronic acid – Hyaluronic acid is a humectant found in skin care products that helps retain moisture. It holds up to 1000 times its weight in water, making it an effective ingredient for hydrating and plumping the skin. This can help reduce fine lines and wrinkles and improve skin texture and overall hydration.
- Niacinamide – Niacinamide is a form of vitamin B3, also known as nicotinamide. It is a water-soluble vitamin in many foods, including meat, fish, eggs, and green vegetables. Niacinamide is a versatile and effective ingredient that can benefit many different skin types and concerns. Niacinamide has anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce skin redness and irritation. It also helps to regulate oil production and can improve the appearance of enlarged pores. In addition, Niacinamide can also enhance the skin’s barrier function, which helps to retain moisture and prevent water loss. This can help to improve skin hydration and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, has antioxidant properties.
- Aloe vera – is a succulent plant widely used in skincare products for its soothing and hydrating properties.
Overall, aloe vera is a versatile and beneficial ingredient in skincare products, especially for sensitive or dry skin. It can help to soothe, hydrate, and protect the skin, making it a popular choice in many skincare formulations.