Should You Change Your Skin Care for Spring

Last Updated on September 7, 2020 by Ellen Christian

Should you change your skin care for spring? Or do you use the same products year round? I never gave a lot of thought to it, but since the temperature and humidity level are different, it only makes sense to reconsider your skin care. Take a step back and reevaluate what you’re using and how it’s working for you. 

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Should You Change Your Skin Care for Spring

Should You Change Your Skin Care for Spring

Whether you are reevaluating your skin care because the weather is warmer, your skin has changed or you’re concerned about exposure to the sun, it never hurts to take a look at what you’re using. Makeup sponges should be replaced. Your hair and skin will need extra moisture to recover from a dry winter. Here are a few spring skin care essentials I recommend you try.

Infiniti PRO by Conair Ultimate Root Booster Collection

A collection of six root-boosting brushes, each designed with a vented barrel for up to 50% more airflow for ultra-fast drying. The Triangle Airflow Bristle™ design lifts hair right at the roots, creating unparalleled volume, bounce, and body. ($9.99 at and

Scunci No Damage Hair Elastics

Slide into any situation without worrying about hair slippage! Our No Damage elastics, the perfect companion to have on you, and with you each day. These soft, metal-free elastics hold ponytails tight while working or playing. Easy to take with you for an instant style change. ($3.84 at and

The Makeup Drop

The Silicone Makeup Applicator was designed to completely eliminate wasted makeup. While sponge applicators soak up large amounts of makeup during application, the MakeupDrop™ perfectly applies and blends your foundation, blush, highlighter, and concealer without absorbing one drop! Only half the amount of product is needed as compared to a traditional sponge or brush applicator. ($20.00 at

Learn more about Kinara Red Carpet Skin Care.

DDF Skincare Brightening Cleanser

A blend of six natural skin brighteners in a foaming glycolic and salicylic gel to help noticeably minimize uneven skin tone and target age spots. Excellent for face and body as part of an overall hyperpigmentation program. Also effective in helping minimize post blemish discoloration. Licorice scent. ($39.00 at

PHILIP B. Rejuvenating Oil

Packed with ultra-light essential oils, our legendary conditioning treatment sinks in instantly to transform even the driest, most frazzled hair, leaving it bouncy and gleaming. ($34.00 at

MALIN+GOETZ Revitalizing Eye Cream

Powered by marine algae and peptides, MALIN+GOETZ’s luxe Revitalizing Eye Cream is a potent multitasker that addresses all major eye concerns, including fine lines and wrinkles, dark circles, puffiness, diminishing firmness and loss of radiance. The lightweight formula has an incredibly soft and silky texture that leaves the under-eye area looking radiant and feeling luxuriously cushioned. Intensely nourishing, hydrating and perfectly pampering, it’s the ultimate eye cream for total revitalization – MALIN+GOETZ’s most advanced ever. ($92.00 at

Do you change your skin care for spring? Why not consider these healthy habits for beautiful skin.

6 thoughts on “Should You Change Your Skin Care for Spring”

  1. We don’t seem to have much of a Spring here in Southern California and it’s been in the eighties this week, so I pay more attention to how my skin is acting than the weather. My scalp however, could use the benefits of the conditioning oils I’ve been seeing on the market. I’m anxious to try those first.

  2. I have a silicone applicator and love it! Less waste and more sanitary than a sponge applicator.

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