6 tips for your spring skincare routine

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Locked up with this virus, whilst the budding blossoms bloom and warmer mornings.
Well, why not take advantage and read more our spring skin routine. You’ll be tossing out those winter knits and take out those spring sun shades.

1. Spring clean that skincare shelf

This is a clean and simple rule to start with, let’s get those shelves clean and stock less. Out with old and in with new, there are so many amazing products to stock up with such as toners, clay face masks and moisturisers. Go back to the basics.

 

 

 

 

2. Let’s Lighten Up

When springtime comes to mind, you think freshness and flowers. We have multiple products that encapsulate spring. During the day, Amphora's Jasmin, Rosehip and Mimosa moisturiser is a great foundation for oily skin, made with herbal extracts it nourishes the skin really well. Keeping it light and fresh, this moisturiser can be used as a mild sunscreen, it gives you this soft and more natural balance in your skin complexion.

3. Let’s Get Rid of That Winter Skin

Your spring skincare routine should be about covering not just your face but your whole body. Give your skin that extra hydration boost, that it desperately needs. Exfoliation needs to be a part of your skincare routine. AA Skincare have clay face masks, in Honey and Vanilla, Frankincense and Rose and with Mint and Dead Sea salt. Each are designed to give your skin a bit of TLC. Which will leave you with a healthy glow.

4. Much more Moisturiser

Our skin has been hidden this winter, necks under scarfs, ears under hats and hands covered up by gloves. Your skin needs more moisturising, something that will hydrate the skins surface and soak through. From Almond and sandalwood hand cream to our Calendula cream, we have many creams to bring your skin back to life. Just like a spring awakening.

 

 

 

5. Don’t Skip that Much Needed SPF Routine

Like the Beetles sing, here comes the sun! That doesn’t mean you skip on SPF, even though we may have a few clouds in the sky. Doesn’t mean you can miss it off your skincare list.
Make sure you use products that will be good for your skin and keep it healthy. Our Lavender and Chamomile Barrier cream is gentle and is great at protecting your skin. Whether your skin has been labouring in the heat or working with the shrubs in the garden. This little pot of joy is suitable for vegans too. It’s light texture smooths and repairs dry and hard-working skin.

 

6. Good to Try Something New

So, our last piece of advice for you, is to try something new. Our Tea Tree and Aloe Vera hand sanitiser proves to be a helping hand. With the zing of Tea Tree and fresh scent of Aloe Vera, this antiseptic gel can keep your hands clean. We have them in 100, 200 and 500ml’s it’s something you can have in the bathroom but also carry around with you. Try a product you don’t usually try or maybe something you’ve had your eye on for a while. Just add it to your cart or pick it up and see if it helps your skincare routine.

 

 Just tweaking that routine can change a lot, especially with the sun coming out and the flowers blooming. It’s time to switch things up!

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