For the last few months most of us have been covered up from the neck down. With spring coming, the layers start to come off and more of our skin is exposed. Here are some tips to get your skin ready for warm weather!
1. Brush: Skin has its own life cycle. Every so often, skin cells close to the surface die and should be removed to reveal the younger, newer skin cells below. What better time to focus on this practice than this season of new life? The result will be glowing skin and a vibrant, springlike appearance. There are two effective ways to do this:
• Exfoliate your face and body with a natural scrub. Choose an exfoliant that has natural, organic ingredients that are gentle to the skin. Mychelle Fruit Enzyme Scrub gently polishes the skin without irritating or tearing the surface. Fruit enzymes further dissolve away dulling residue for ultra-smooth, ultra-soft skin. Continue reading “3 Tips to Get Your Skin Ready For Warm Weather”
Everyone wants soft, smooth skin, but unfortunately, our biggest organ usually gets neglected over the winter. Spring is the perfect time to refresh our skin.
Here are some spring skin care steps to help you get ready for flip-flop and T-shirt season.
1. Cleanse: No matter how exhausted you are at the end of the day, make sure that you wash your face and remove any dirt or make-up. Pick a cleanser that is gentle and effective, but most importantly, works with your skin type. For dry, sensitive skin, acne-prone skin, or aging skin, there are face and body washes that will fit your needs.
2. Exfoliate: Removing the dead skin cells sitting on the top layer of skin by dry brushing, or even just using a washcloth, is an important step in achieving glowing skin. It is important to be very gentle to avoid damaging your skin. For your face, look for gentle scrubs like MyChelle Fruit Enzyme Scrub. It gently polishes the skin using jojoba beads and refined bamboo stem. Fruit enzymes further dissolve away dulling residue for ultra-smooth, ultra-soft skin. And don’t forget your lips. My daughter made me a homemade lip exfoliator with coconut oil and cane sugar – simple and effective! Continue reading “3 Steps for Spring Skin Care”