Winter often does not affect the appearance in the best way. The skin suffers from a lack of sunlight, exposure to frosty air outside and dry air indoors. To prepare it for spring, you should use skin care products and follow a few simple rules.
Skin care involves performing certain procedures:
- special care.
Cleanliness is the key to health, which fully applies to the skin. When preparing for the onset of spring, it is recommended to give preference to gels and foams for washing, rather than fatty milk. These products will help remove impurities and prepare the skin for the next stages of care.
To restore the skin, you need to remove dead cells. This will improve the appearance, and also help creams and serums to perform their functions faster and more efficiently. The choice of scrub or gommage for exfoliation, as well as the frequency of procedures, depend on the type of skin. On average, exfoliation is recommended two to three times a week, monitoring the skin’s reaction.
This procedure helps to improve blood circulation and accelerate cell metabolism, and also gives a feeling of freshness and vitality. Skin toners differ in composition, depending on the type of skin. You can use ice cubes for toning, guiding them along the massage lines of the face. If you freeze not water, but a decoction or infusion of healing herbs, the effect will be even more noticeable. However, owners of sensitive skin and people with vascular problems should not use ice.
In the pre-wedding period, it is recommended to change thick winter creams to products with a lighter texture. When choosing them, you should pay attention to additional components: aloe vera juice, herbal decoctions, berry and fruit extracts. If the weather is happy with sunny days, it is advisable to choose creams with SPF protection.
If possible, it is recommended to visit a specialist in cosmetology who will help identify skin problems and choose care products. A cosmetologist can also offer methods that are not available at home.
Rays of type B – which are now slowly starting to activate and are not yet very aggressive – make up 10% of all radiation. They are the cause of burns, aging of the skin, suppression of the immune system and can provoke skin cancer. We feel their effect to a greater extent in the summer, when the UV index is 3 or higher. But especially insidious are the rays of type A, which are present all year round and in large doses can also lead to negative reactions.
According to cosmetologists, we often do not physically feel these rays, but they penetrate through the glass, and they are produced not only by the sun, but also, for example, by fluorescent lamps. Their danger lies in the fact that they trigger oxidative reactions in the skin and provoke and accelerate the aging process. Therefore, one way or another, when the first gentle rays of the sun begin to warm us, we enjoy them, but we should not neglect at least minimal sun protection in order to preserve the beauty and youth of our skin and prevent various unpleasant moments.
In conclusion, it can be stated that in the spring period, it is better to abandon aggressive procedures and give preference to caring ones. That is, all procedures that support, moisturize and restore the skin. It is also relevant to do a facial massage.