The coldest season of the year is upon us, and with it, the return of the skincare routine. It's back to washing your face, exfoliating, moisturizing, and tackling problem areas one by one. Unfortunately, our current skincare routine isn't working as well as we'd like. Many of us are still fighting off winter chills, while others are battling a flare-up of zits or hormonal changes that leave us looking spotty during these slow months. But Spring is here at last, and what better way to fill your day than with a beauty routine that leaves you glowing? The new season brings a host of exciting new skincare trends that will change how you care for your skin this Spring. Check out these tips for keeping your skin looking its best:
Go for a Light Moisturizer
Like most people, you slather your moisturizer in the morning and night and add some oil in the summer months, too. Unfortunately, this routine is backfiring. Your moisturizer should be light enough to maintain your skin's health but heavy enough to help it absorb moisture. If you use too much of it, it will sit on top of your skin instead of absorbed, leaving you with dull, dry skin.
OTACI Rose Passion Deep Hydration Face Cream nourishes your face and neck with delicate and unique rose oil in the morning and at night. Contains Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Shea Butter for deeper hydration for a younger-looking skin.
Don't Forget to Hydrate
If you're like most people, you only drink water once your skin is seriously dry. Then, you may complain about the taste, smell, or the fact that it's outside your cup when water is readily available. This is a huge oversight. One of the most important things you can do for your skin is to hydrate. One of the easiest ways to hydrate yourself is to drink your morning and evening cups of coffee. Coffee contains rich amounts of antioxidants and phenolics that help your skin absorb water, slowing the rate at which your skin strokes off the water.
Dry Skin? Try Rose Water
If you're struggling with dry skin, apply rose water before bed. Rose water is one of the most hydrating ingredients you can use when it comes to dry skin. It's rich in antioxidants and amino acids that help your skin stay plump and hydrated. If you're struggling with it during winter, try adding rose water to your beauty routine.
OTACI Rose Passion 100 % Natural Rose Water Hydrating Tonic is a gentle toner that helps to balance your skin. The [Rosa damascena] rose water provides powerful hydration to the skin and leaves it feeling softer, healthier, and radiant.
Don't Forget the SPF
One of the great things about Spring is that it's time to start thinking about your skincare routine again. You've probably put it off for months because you were busy with the (pre-erasers) and winter (and didn't want to forget how to do it). But now, it's back. And you should be applying sunscreen. You need a broad-spectrum sunscreen with a physical shield that avoids UV rays. The rule of thumb is to go for a physical shield if you're between ages 25 and 40, oily/combo, and don't use any other form of sun protection.
With Spring underway, it's time to get your skincare routine back on track. If you're still struggling with winter chills or have acne or skin that's too oily for your liking, we have some skin care tips for you. Keep in mind that keeping your skin hydrated is important but not excessive. You want to stay moderate with moisturizer because too much of it can lead to dry skin. And don't forget to use sunscreen when you're outside!