Spring is the perfect time to give your dry winter skin a bit of an overhaul, it is after all a season that isn’t the most nurturing when it comes to our skin. So let’s strip it back to the basics.
Zoe Devine skin expert for Skinstitut says that there are five essentials for spring ready skin radiance that we should follow and really, they don’t sound difficult at all.
First “we should deeply cleanse and nourish to banish lacklustre winter skin, then follow with an exfoliator to reveal a smooth, clear and refined complexion," she says.
“Removing dull, devitalised winter skin with an exfoliator is key for instant radiance and allowing bright, clear skin to develop. You only need to use a pea sized amount with warm water after cleansing 2-3 times a week to be spring ready."
Cleanser: Sisley Creamy Mousse Cleanser Makeup Remover - $135.00
Exfoliator: Skinstitut Glycolic Scrub 14% - $45.00
Following, Zoe adds “the key to healthier skin is to brighten and correct our dull winter complexion with essential skin loving nutrients.
“For the ultimate in skin brightening home treatments I recommend mixing a rice grain sized amount of Vitamin C 100% - $45.00 into nutrient-rich Skinstitut Enzymatic Micro Peel - $45.00 and applying as a 15 minute mask or for ultra-dry skin wearing overnight to deeply hydrate. This blast of nutrients will revitalise and refresh the complexion to a new level of immaculate."
“Next, as the weather starts to warm, adopting a lighter weight moisturiser is key to providing your skin with adequate hydration. Moisturiser is the one beauty product that we need to switch as the seasons change.”
Societe Skin Hydration Complex - $89.00
And finally, Zoe says that no matter the season protecting your renewed complexion with a powerful SPF and committing to a healthy diet are key.
“Remember to keep your diet packed full of essential fatty acids, particularly Omega 3, as this nutrient helps to maintain a healthy radiant glow preventing dryness, dehydration, reactivity or an uneven complexion. The key is making sure you’re getting plenty of food sources of oily fish (salmon, tuna, mackerel, sardines,) nuts, seeds and avocado!”
Easy peasy, right Muses?!
Tell us, what beauty products are you loving this spring?