Finally we’ve hit warmer weather! I officially have pansies on my front porch and I had to mow my lawn this past weekend. Spring is in the air and I’m hoping it stays!
Two weeks ago, I went and saw an allergist in Omaha. I was tested for 38 different environmental and food allergies. I’m allergic to more than I thought, but more importantly, I have to ensure with the seasonal changes I’m doing what’s best for my skin and body.
First, I’m going to start taking Vitamin D regularly. My allergist said this should help with my health (I really asked about this because whether it’s a glass of wine or a night out with friends, I feel like I’m DYING of sickness), but also with the spring weather. Do you currently take Vitamin D? Here’s what I’ve found if you want to add it to your routine (you should!):
Next, I’ve revamped my spring beauty skincare routine for warmer months. I use a little less moisture and products that are more “dewy”, you could say.
Cleanser: I’ve been loving the Kate Somerville line still. I could go on about it for days. The EradiKate Cleanser is amazing – it’s soft, smells good, and most importantly, doesn’t cause dryness or breakouts.
Day/Night Cream: I purchased this Tula cream during Ulta’s 21 Days of Beauty Sale and I love how it isn’t as thick as my Dior cream I use in the winter.
Lastly, I re-ordered a favorite in my haircare routine. The Aquage Silkening Oil Treatment is a lifesaver. I started using it because of the heavenly smell, but kept using it because it worked. It helps prevent dry, split ends and keeps the ends of my hair fresh. I put it in after showering when my hair is still wet.
Are you changing up your spring beauty routine? I’d love to hear any of your tips! Read more of my beauty posts here.