Spring Clean Your Skin
Spring begins March 20th and we are finally getting rid of our Winter skin. No more dry, cracked, and dehydrated skin! We have heard of Spring Cleaning around the house, but we are going to show you how to spring clean your skin. Yes, we need to get our skin back on track. Hydration and exfoliation are the key to smoother, softer, and beautiful skin. Here are 3 tips to get your skin looking it’s best.
Tip 1: Exfoliate.
Exfoliation is the key to smoother and brighter skin. It removes the surface layer of dead skin cells allowing your most freshest and radiant skin to shine through. Essential for all skin types, especially those with skin problems such as hyper pigmentation, dry or oily skin, and acne scaring. Skintique Recommends to try our Eminence Organic Natural Microderm. For more information and to schedule your appointment, visit Skintique Miami Specialty Facials
Tip 2: Hydration
Hydration is the key to smooth and plump skin. It is always important to drink more than 8 glasses of water per day. Water flushes the toxins out of your system and hydrates the body. The same method applies to our skin. Keeping our skin hydrated will give us a glowing, natural, and bright complexion. It is also effective in treating skin problems. This can be effectively done by using a moisturizer or serum that contains Hyaluronic acid. Skintique Recommends to try our HydraFacial MD. For More information and to schedule your appointment, visit Skintique Miami Clinical Anti Aging Treatments
Tip 3: SPF
Spring brings sunny days and warm weather. There’s a saying that goes, ” If there’s daylight out, you need sunblock “. The importance of SPF is crucial during the warm season when the sun is at it’s peak. Sunlight can cause damage to the skin like hyperpigmentation and skin cancer. It is important to wear an SPF with 30 or higher and that has broad spectrum protection every day regardless if the sun is not out. Even when driving, it is proven that car windows actually magnify the rays of the sun exposing you to an even greater risk. Always look out for these key ingredients in sunblock: Titanium Dioxide and Zinc Oxide.