Spring Clean Your Skincare Routine

It wasn’t that long ago that you adjusted your skincare to suit colder conditions, but now, it’s time to do some spring cleaning to your skincare routine. In this article, we’ve compiled some tips and products to get you started on building your spring skincare routine.

Ditch The Heavy Creams

It’s like switching from a heavy coat to a light jacket. Those thick creams and moisturizers protected you from the winter chill, but now, a light layer feels just right. With the sun comes heat and humidity; a heavy cream would feel greasy and make your skin oily.

Our Pick: Typology D41 9-Ingredient Face Moisturizer ($36.80, shop here)

Sun’s Out, SPF’s In

While we always advocate using SPF year-round, it’s crucial to add sunscreen to your skincare rotation during the warmer months. SPF combats sun damage caused by UV rays, including wrinkles, uneven pigmentation, and an increased risk of skin cancer.

Our Pick: Jaxon Lane Rain or Shine Daily Moisturizing Sunscreen ($32, shop here)

Buff Away Dullness

Some people choose not to exfoliate in the winter because it can dry the skin, and it’s not easy to maintain the moisture we need. Now that the cold weather is behind us, it is a perfect time to reintroduce exfoliation. Removing dead cells helps your skin absorb moisture and, in effect, gives you a healthy glow.

Our Pick: Beauty of Joseon Apricot Blossom Peeling Gel ($13, shop here)


As we transition into spring, your skin might need extra moisture. Including an overnight face or sheet mask in your skincare routine can help. Your skin will be softer and more supple by implementing a hydrating product, especially in the first few weeks of the season.

Our Pick: Drunk Elephant F-Balm Electrolyte Waterfacial ($54, shop here)

Revive Your Beauty Brushes

With spring on our doorstep, now is the time to deep clean your makeup brushes. Clean brushes promote clear skin because you wash away bacteria. When your makeup brushes are dirty, you increase your chances of clogged pores, breakouts, and acne.

Our Pick: MAC Brush Cleaner ($20, shop here)

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