Spring into Skincare: Nourishing Your Skin with Nature's Renewal

As the weather starts to warm up and the snow melts away, it's time to shift our focus towards spring skincare. The season of renewal is upon us and with it comes new opportunities to nourish and care for our skin.

Just as we harvested the abundance of summer and put it away for the darkness of winter, we can now embrace the light of spring and all the natural ingredients it has to offer. As the flowers begin to bloom, we can look to them for inspiration and incorporate them into our skincare routine.

Make Your Own Toner

One favorite way to take advantage of the spring season is to make my own floral toner. You can use fresh or dried flowers from your garden like lavender, rose, or chamomile and steep them in hot water for 20-30 minutes. Strain out the flowers and transfer the liquid to a spray bottle. Use it as a refreshing mist throughout the day or as a toner after cleansing.

Gently Exfoliate

Another way to incorporate the beauty of spring into our skincare routine is by using a gentle exfoliant. Try using our Nettles & Gems Exfoliating Cleanser to gently buff away dead skin cells and leave your skin feeling soft and renewed.

Use A Sun Protection

It's also important to make sure you're properly protecting your skin from the sun. As the days get longer and the sun gets stronger, it's important to use a daily cream or serum to prevent sun damage and premature aging. We love our Soulshine Day Cream and Sun Salutation Serum for this.

Hydrated Skin = Happy Skin

Lastly, don't forget to stay hydrated. Drinking plenty of water throughout the day will not only benefit your overall health, but it will also help keep your skin looking plump and radiant.

As we enter this season of growth and renewal, let's take the time to care for ourselves and our skin. Just as we look forward to the abundance that spring brings, let's also look forward to the abundance of beauty and vitality that we can bring to our skin. Here's to a beautiful and rejuvenating spring season.