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Although you might feel energized by the spring’s warmer weather, your skin could be suffering from the long winter behind you. Here are some springtime skin care tips to help you get clear, fresh and flare-up free skin for spring.
Get Rid of Winter Skin
Before you can focus on gorgeous, flare-up free skin; you first need to get rid of any leftover skin issues from the long winter. One of the most common problems is dryness -- which can easily be remedied from the inside-out. To treat parched, scaly skin: drink at least eight 8oz glasses of water a day -- this hydrates your body from the inside-out. Hydrating your springtime skin is so important to maintaining healthy skin with minimum flare-ups.
When Your World Heats Up
When the weather heats up, you may sweat more. This results in a greater risk of skin eruptions because of the bacteria that gets into your pores. Make sure you cleanse your skin at least twice daily to get rid of any impurities, sweat, and dirt that may irritate your skin. This is an important step in a springtime skin care routine. Wash your face with lukewarm water (avoid cold or hot water as they can be too harsh), then use circular motions when applying a mild soap to your face, rinse and pat dry.
Know Your Skin
Before you can help your skin, you have to understand it. The average person needs to educate themselves on how their skin works and customize a routine that will work best for their skin type and conditions. Because a lot of skin problems involve immune system responses, experts believe that combating potential issues as soon as possible can prevent them from becoming worse or even happening at all. It’s all about recognizing the signs of your individual skin eruptions.
Layer on the Sunscreen
The rule is, as long as there's daylight you need sunscreen. If you’ve been skipped out on using an SPF, then spring is the season to get back on track. Be diligent about sun protection. As the weather gets warmer, make sure you’re applying sunscreen to all exposed areas 20 to 30 minutes before heading outdoors, and reapplying every two hours. Remember, too much sun suppresses the immune system and makes you vulnerable to flare-ups.
Common springtime allergies, from pollen, spores, or other allergens, usually go unnoticed (by most people). If they do cause a problem, it's usually in the form of a few days of sniffling or itchy skin. People with skin issues, however, know that even the smallest of seasonal springtime allergies can inflame their skin problems. The best way to address this is by supporting your immune system and skin health. Fenvir offers support for both.
Now that the hustle and bustle of the winter holidays and snow storms are over, taking a few minutes of down time does a lot of good for your skin health. Stress can be a huge culprit in skin flare-ups. You have probably heard about relaxation techniques, such as yoga, but you can also do things like listening to music, knitting, or just staring out the window.
Spring into a balanced diet.
Make sure your diet includes all the nutrients your body needs to keep you strong and flare-up free. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables. Limit the amount of sugary and fatty foods you consume -- as well as those trigger foods. Also, cut back on the alcohol that we tend to overindulge in during the winter months.
TAKE YOUR FENVIR
Follow basic steps to keep yourself healthy and happy this spring. Wash your hands frequently, exercise, and eat right. Don't forget to take Fenvir to boost your immune system and give you great, flare-up free skin.