Getting your skin ready for Spring2022

Spring is here and time to change up that Skin Care Routine ! 

Here are a few places to start:

  1. Exfoliate Your Skin. ...
  2. Hydrate Yourself and your face
  3. Drink lots of water
  4. Wear Sunscreen, Even on Cloudy Days. ...
  5. Eat Fresh Fruits and Veggies. ...
  6. Use a clean natural Moisturizer. ...
  7. Work Out. ...
  8. Clean Your Makeup Brushes.
The first step on the path to glowing skin starts with exfoliating away the lingering layer of winter. Even though skin cells constantly regenerate, your heavy winter duds might have been keeping dead skin from effectively sloughing off. The best way to exfoliate skin is to run a hot bath, and give yourself a full-body exfoliation using a strong but gentle scrub, like Crescent Oaks Whipped Body Polish @  Scrub all over, especially those spots that are prone to rough patches – knees, elbows, feet, hands and back.
Does it seem like drinking more water is at the root of every diet, workout and skin care routine? That’s because it really does wonders for your body! Your organs need hydration to function, and your skin is your body’s largest organ. The more water you drink, the easier it will be to keep your skin from getting dry and flakey.
Also keeping your face hydrated works wonders with Crescent Oaks Rose and Vitamin C Facial Mist Toner @ 
Wear Sunscreen even on Cloudy Days:

Sunscreen isn’t just for those days at the beach. Even overcast days can still send harmful UV rays down to attack your skin. Defend it! Wear sunscreen, even on cloudy days, to protect your skin from sun damage. Look for a lightweight product that won’t clog pores.

Eat Fresh Fruits and Vegetables: 

Speaking of hydration, a great way to get more water into your day is by snacking on fresh fruit and veggies. Fresh fruits and veggies can be a delicious snack, and ones that are packed with the water your system needs – plus vitamins and nutrients. Water also helps your skin retain its elasticity, which means it can help fight signs of aging. Great foods for healthy skin include lettuce, broccoli, grapefruit, carrots, apples, and watermelon. Studies have found that citrus fruits are especially helpful for skin health.


While winter had you slathering thick, heavy moisturizer from head to toe, the same products can start to leave a greasy layer on your skin as the days grow warmer. As part of your spring skin care routine, choose a lighter moisturizing serum to keep your skin healthy and hydrated without weighing it down.  Crescent Oaks Face Serums @

Working Out:

Getting to the gym or doing a home workout can feel like the last thing you want to squeeze into your busy day. The bottom line is this: exercise increases blood flow, which helps maintain healthy skin cells. Happy skin cells = happy skin! You don’t even have to hit the gym. If it’s nice outside, do 30 minutes of yoga on your lawn. Or, take advantage of the fresh spring weather and take a brisk walk in the warmer nighttime air with your kids or your dog.

Keep up with Skin Care Tips and recommendations here with Crescent Oaks Skin Care !!!!!


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