5 Essential Tips For Spring Skincare

As the weather warms up we often make some changes to our skincare regime too. Here are some of the things the Oasis team try at this time of year:

1. Tweak the moisturiser: If you’ve been using more deeply hydrating products over the winter to counteract the drying winter weather and central heating, you might want to change back to more light-weight moisturisers. Try just changing one up from your normal moisturiser - so if you have been using Power Punch in winter, try Apple A Day for summer. And remember you can try mini sizes of all our moisturisers if you're not sure which one works best for you. 

2. Brighten up:The winter cold can make skin look dull, so brighten it up with a luscious treatment of Fruit Smoothie 3-in-1 Exfoliating Face Mask.  When used as a face mask, Fruit Smoothie stimulates tired-looking skin.  The 3-way action of natural clays to draw out impurities, fruit enzymes to invigorate the complexion and jojoba beads to gently exfoliate any dead skin cells leads to clear, bright, healthy looking skin.

3. Protect your skin everyday: We recommend sunscreen all year round, but as the days warm up and we spend more time outside it's more important than ever. Here in New Zealand and Australia we live with some of the harshest UV rays in the world - we also have the highest skin cancer rates in the world. So make sure you wear sun protection everyday. 

4. Get tough on sun damage. Solar Serum® is specifically formulated to help repair and revitalise sun damaged skin - that's those tiny fine lines, pigmentation and redness.

5. Get Cleansing. As the weather warms up we're sweating more, we're outdoors more and we're slapping on the sunscreen. So make sure you remove all that debris and grime from the day by cleansing properly. After cleansing is also the best time to apply any treatment products such as serums and eye creams. 

Read more on our Oasis Blog. Find out about the Number One Anti-Ageing Habit you need to include in your skincare regime. 

 


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