Skin coach Bhuvnehswari Shaktawat talks about skin and seasons!

The extremely dry, cold air outside and the warm, dry heat inside can wreak havoc on your skin during the winter months. But come spring, the dramatic changes that occur with temperature, sun exposure, and humidity levels can also cause irritations, breakouts and other aggravating problems with your skin.

That’s why switching up your skincare routine for each season is a must for details, contact @skinstudiobybhuvneshwari 

Please keep reading to learn more about the ways spring affects your skin and how to care for it properly @skinstudiobybhuvneshwari 

Increased Exposure to UV Rays :

With the warm breeze, glowing sun rays and fresh air, how can you not want to spend more time outdoors? After the long, harsh winter months. But getting outdoors more often also means you’ll be increasing your exposure to the sun and harmful UV rays. So remember always to apply sunscreen any time of the year, but especially when heading out on those sunny days.

Exfoliate Away The Winter Layers:

To help your skin recover after the winter, you should always start by exfoliating your skin no more than twice per week. This should be done throughout the year, but especially after the winter, to remove any build-up of dry, dead skin cells that linger on the surface of your skin. Use a gentle, natural exfoliating product @skinstudiobybhuvneshwari that’s free of harsh, harmful ingredients since these can end up drying out the skin. 

Always Wear SPF :

Even if you dislike the idea of slathering on sunscreen, at least use a moisturizer that contains factor 30 SPF @skinstudiobybhuvneshwari. Your face gets exposed to UV rays just about every day, and shielding it is essential to stave off premature ageing.

#staytuned for more details.



Dr. Sanjay Lunia

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