Keep Springtime breakouts at bay this season with a must-buy from inexpensive, yet effective brand, Miss A and a must-try trio from Elina Organics.
A great anti-breakout product that’s gentle on skin is Miss A’s Pink + Kaolin Clay Face Mask, which reduces inflammation, controls excess oil, tightens pores and smooths skin’s texture. Use this 100% vegan formula twice weekly to detoxify skin.
Price: $1.77 Availability: shopmissa.com
Get on the path to acne-free skin (with some glow to boot) this Spring with this trio from Elina Organics’ new Oceanic Acne Defense Line. It features Oceanic Resurfacing Mask, Oceanic Face Cooling Infusion and its Oceanic Acne Defense Lotion to restore, resurface, calm, heal and prevent acne Every product is organic, vegan, cruelty-free and handmade small-batch produced in Elina‘s own laboratory in Michigan.
Oceanic Resurfacing Mask is a corrective formula with extracts and spicules of marine sponges from the Atlantic Ocean to deeply exfoliate for fresh and smooth skin. The spicules penetrate your skin and deliver micronutrients that accelerate natural skin-renewing processes. Copper peptides promote collagen production and skin elasticity which firm, tighten, and minimize fine lines and wrinkles. This mask improves texture and reduces hyperpigmentation after the first application. Not recommended for sensitive complexions.
Also with extracts of marine pearls and sponges from the Atlantic Ocean, the Oceanic Face Cooling Infusion is a skin-cooling and calming serum that contains anti-inflammatory, healing and soothing properties to reduce redness, irritation and inflammation. Great for sensitive skin.
The Oceanic Acne Defense Lotion is a hydrating and nourishing formula that contains extracts and spicules from Caribbean sponges, fermented minerals and natural retinol (vitamin A). The marine sponge spicules exfoliate and penetrate your skin, ultimately delivering micronutrients that accelerate natural skin-renewing processes. This lotion will improve your skin’s texture and reduce hyperpigmentation after the first application. It also contains nourishing and anti-inflammatory ingredients that benefit all complexions.
Here are some tips from Emily Trampetti, founder of Skin Property and Master Licensed Esthetician on how to awaken your skin this Spring.
Cooler temps give a false sense of security
Springtime can seem like a roller coaster or weather patterns, mainly in the realm of temperature. Some days it seems like winter may be hanging on while others are straight up summer vibes. On the cooler days, it is still common for many people to think that sunscreen is less required. This is NOT true and can leave those susceptible to advanced sun damage and health risks. UVA rays, in particular, are rarely filtered adequately by temperature, clouds or precipitation, but carry similar if not worse effects than UVB rays. This is why I teach that it’s good practice to wear a broad-spectrum SPF 30+ sunscreen every day. Every. Single. Day. Even in winter. Even if you’re inside. If you are where a plant could survive, you should have your sunscreen on.
Warmer temps bring higher humidity
Skin needs moisture to be healthy, and the winter months are notoriously dry for most of us. So when spring hits, many of us may start to feel more naturally moisturized and less dehydrated. We may even notice our skin starts glowing more as this happens.
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