Updated: Mar 1
March is slowly approaching so make sure you're using a facial cleanser with antioxidants and be sure to exfoliate as recommended. This will prepare your skin barriers for Florida Summer weather. It's also a great time to have a chemical peel. See some additional skincare tips to implement this upcoming month.
Stay Hydrated: During March, the weather starts to warm up, and it's essential to keep your skin hydrated. Drink plenty of water and eat water-rich fruits and vegetables to help keep your skin moisturized from the inside out.
Sunscreen: As the days start to get longer, you may find yourself spending more time outside. Protect your skin from the sun's harmful rays by wearing sunscreen with at least SPF 30, even on cloudy days.
Exfoliation: Spring is an excellent time to exfoliate away any dry, flaky skin that may have built up over the winter. Use a gentle exfoliating scrub to help reveal smoother, brighter skin.
Moisturizer: With the change in temperature, you may need to switch up your moisturizer to a lighter formula that won't feel heavy on your skin. Look for a moisturizer that contains hyaluronic acid, which helps to hydrate your skin without feeling greasy.
Cleanse Your Face: Make sure to cleanse your face twice a day to help remove any dirt, oil, and makeup that may have accumulated on your skin. Use a gentle cleanser that won't strip your skin of its natural oils.
Eye Care: Don't forget to give your eyes some extra love this March. Apply an eye cream daily to help reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and dark circles.
Get Enough Sleep: A good night's sleep is essential for healthy, glowing skin. Make sure to get seven to eight hours of sleep every night to help your skin rejuvenate and repair.
Stay Active: Exercise can help increase blood flow to your skin, which can help give you a healthy glow. Make time for at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise each day.
Stay Stress-Free: Stress can cause breakouts, dull skin, and premature aging. Take time to practice self-care, such as meditation, yoga, or a relaxing bath, to help reduce stress and promote healthy skin.
Nickisha L. Burger