3 Ways To Keep Your Skin Glowing This Spring

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Laser Smooth Company_3 Ways To Keep Your Skin Glowing This Spring

With the Portland area’s erratic weather challenging our skin daily and temperatures riding a roller coaster of highs and lows, it can be exceedingly difficult to successfully achieve perfectly luminous skin every day. Adapting your skincare routine to barometric changes (especially in Portland where a popular town motto is, “If you don’t like the weather, wait 5 minutes”) is tough, but consider these three skincare tips to keep your skin in fabulous condition regardless of the capricious weather.

Use a gentle exfoliator twice a week. Winter weather can dull skin, especially if you find yourself in the elements often. Counter this with an exfoliator for sensitive skin that can leave you refreshed and hydrated.

Avoid consuming large amounts of dairy. Sorry pizza lovers and ice cream enthusiasts, but when skin issues appear, many dermatologists advocate restricting dairy from your diet. Hormones like progesterone and insulin found in cow’s milk increase levels of inflammation which can be hard on sensitive or acne-prone skin.

Get sweaty. An hour-long workout activates the cardiovascular system, giving your skin lots of proper blood circulation, improving skin as it rushes oxygen and nutrients to your cells.

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