We all aspire to have great looking skincare and a large piece of this is taking care of our skin daily. However sometimes self-care and treatments get put on the back burner when there’s other things we think we should be spending our money on. It’s time to spring up your skin – after being hammered by the wind, rain and cold all over the winter, the sun is starting to show itself again and so it’s now the ideal time for you to book those facial appointments and get your spring glow back.
Don’t worry, we’ve put together some simple ways that you can keep the cost of your beauty treatments down and give yourself a bit of me-time for less.
CHANGE UP YOUR ROUTINE!
Living in a seasonal environment requires us to change our skincare routine. Look for beauty treatments that are focused on deep cleansing and hydration.
Ask About Membership
Our loyalty membership can be beneficial to keep up with your skincare. Loyalty memberships where you can get discounts on treatments.
Schedule in advance to avoid any gaps in service treatment. The more consistent you are with the health of your skin the less you will be dependent on makeup or coverups on the skin.
Use A Scrub
The first thing you might want to consider at this time of year is getting your skin looking its absolute best. Start by sloughing off the dead skin. An invigorating exfoliating scrub is beneficial for helping the skin absorb moisturizer.
Of course, what goes into your body has a major effect on condition your skin is in. If you are like many of us, you might have swapped your water intake with hot drinks and warming soups over the winter. It’s time to up your intake of cool, plain water again. Make sure that your moisturizer contains a good broad-spectrum sunscreen so that you don’t get caught out with the emergence of the sun’s rays after all this time. And why not change up your diet too? Ditch the stodgy comfort food for spring fruits and veggies, lighter meals and nutritious salads that give your skin (and the rest of you) even more of a glow this spring season.