4 Spring Skincare Routine Changes to Make

At last, Spring is here.  Flowers will start to bloom, the weather will start to warm, and there will be bright, bright sunshiny days.   But, what does that mean for your skin?  Keep reading to find out the four skincare routine changes that you need to make.

1) Start Exfoliating

The dreary days of winter can cause a lot of buildup of dead skin cells.  It’s time to exfoliate that skin and let the fresh new skin cells underneath breathe a breath of fresh air.  You can use things like salt scrubs, sugar scrubs, or the Chickie Gold Face Mask to start removing those dead skin cells.

2) Lighten Your Lotion

The humidity in the air will return on April 20th, and will keep rising until the fall.  That means no more thick heavy lotions and creams.  Instead, replace them with lighter lotions like the White Petal Aloe Moisturizer.

3) Use Sunscreen

More sun means more UV rays.  The more UV rays your skin absorbs the more it starts to age prematurely.  Collagen and elastin breakdown, dark spots and uneven skin tone form, and before long you’ll look older than you really are.  Wear a sunscreen with at least an SPF 15.

4) Use Eye Cream

More sun also means more squinting, and that means crows feet  Use an age-fighting cream like the Age Fighting Moisturizer with Hemp Extract to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes.

If there is anything that you would like me to talk about feel free to reach out to me either here, via email: kedric@kaiya-naturals.com, on twitter @kaiyanaturals, or on Facebook @kaiyanaturals.  Also  please, please, please share or comment on this article.  Seriously, I’d love to hear your feedback in the comment section below.

Stay Natural,


These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.  This is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.  For educational purposes only.

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