3 More Skincare Trends For Spring

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Wednesday, February 28, 2018

 

Laser Smooth Company_3 More Skincare Trends For Spring

As per usual, we have been obsessing over skincare articles and blogs, assembling the most useful tips and tricks and anticipating the more compelling trends of the season. Here are three more of our favorite spring skincare trends to look forward to in 2018:

Simplified Skin Care

In a recent interview with Vogue, millennial chanteuse SZA describes her skincare routine as “… black soap and hemp oil every day, twice a day.” Additionally, she employs a simple DIY honey mask to treat the cystic acne that has plagued her since her teens. The result is a photo ready, superstar complexion achieved by using precisely none of the high priced, specialty skin care products touted by celebrities and their style teams. Take a page from SZA’s book and find a few natural products that work for you and make them routine.

DIY Lotions, Potions, Tonics, and Masks

Honey, yogurt, whole milk, eggs, and oatmeal are common pantry staples that should also be common skincare tools. Honey is a natural humectant, it’s antibacterial and it’s replete with antioxidants, nutrients, and many healing compounds. Yogurt and milk can both calm and nourish tired, dry skin, and oatmeal is a natural anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant.

Whole Body Health

Drinking lot of water, eating whole foods, and actively maintaining your mental health will all do wonders for not just your skin, but your life.

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