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How to Soothe Inflamed Skin in the Spring

We’ve Got Your Back with These Recommendations for Spring Skincare Woes, From Acne to Inflamed Skin and Allergies

Written by: 100% PURE®

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When winter is among us, we pull out all the nourishing skincare products that can help to prevent and heal dry and chapped, weather-exposed skin. But as the cold season fades into spring, it’s important to change up your beauty routine to adjust to the warmer temperatures and humidity.

As temperature levels began to rise during springtime, it’s likely going to bring additional challenges to your skin. Common spring skincare woes range from extra oiliness to breakouts, and worse, skin allergies from pollen. That can spell a whole list of inflamed skin problems. Water you to do about these spring skin blues?

You’ll want to switch to lighter skincare products that still provide nourishment and hydration, but they won’t clog your pores or dry out your skin. Anti-inflammatory products will help to reduce skin redness and inflammation. With more sunshine, you’ll also need sunscreen. We’ll discuss the best skincare products to combat those weatherly woes, so you can put a little spring in your step and skin pep.

What Your Skin Needs for the Spring

While the seasons have their perks (some more than others) changes in climate and weather can wreak havoc on your skin. Whether you have sensitive or acne-prone skin, your dermis can be affected by seasonal shifts, especially during springtime. As we know, welcoming spring can’t be complete without Kleenex galore, stuffy noses, and dreaded allergies.

While it’s true spring showers bring beautiful flowers, those buds produce major duds called pollen! This cross-pollinating powder gets kicked around by wind and spares no mercy on allergies. Pair that with unrelated seasonal allergies and the weather finally warming up, trouble could be in store for your skin.

What’s the best way to halt the multiple causes of damage from weatherly woes, while promoting repair from the past season? By using concentrated potencies of the vitamins and nutrients we’re about to introduce, you can help target skin that’s experiencing spring SAD.

100% PURE Tea Tree and Willow skincare to soothe inflamed skin

Tea Tree & Willow Clarifying Products: To Decrease Breakouts

In the spring, warmer days can create more sweat and oil production, causing bacteria to linger more on your skin. is a must for clearer, worry-free skin! The helps to wash away excess oil, impurities, makeup, and pollen that can clog pores and cause acne breakouts.

Tea tree and lemon help to regulate excess oil production from warmer temps and humidity. Plant-based detoxifying herbs like burdock, neem, and parsley help to fend off bacteria buildup that can cause skin inflammation and blemishes.

Follow cleansing with our to help fight future breakouts. This non-stripping, hydrating toner features tea tree, pore-reducing willow, and other antibacterial and antiseptic herbs to soothe and clarify skin. Makes this dynamic duo a must-have for clearer, egg-cellent skin during spring.

100% PURE Green Tea EGCG Duo To Soothe Inflamed Skin

Green Tea EGCG Duo: To Soothe Inflamed Skin

Serums are to moisturizers like primers are to foundations. They’re an essential step in your daily skincare routine to get the maximum potential of your skincare routine and makeup looks. Some serums can be too oily or heavy on the skin during spring.

Our is nourishing and moisturizing, but still lightweight and fast-absorbing for your skin. It’s packed with the , the key antioxidant in green tea that can delay signs of aging and protect your skin from free radical damage that creates aging concerns. Green tea’s caffeine content can also calm redness, decrease inflammation, reduce the appearance of dark areas or pigmentation, and enliven dull complexions.

There’s no need to slather on heavy moisturizers that you’d use during the winter when springtime arrives. However, you still need to use a daily moisturizer to hydrate and treat your inflamed skin. Our is the perfect skin mate to our EGCG serum. This potent, lightweight serum harnesses green tea’s antioxidants to minimize fine lines, restore elasticity, and improve overall skin texture, providing a rejuvenated and youthful appearance.

Coffee Bean Caffeine Eye Cream to Soothe Spring Allergies

Eye Cream to Soothe Spring Allergies

What else happens when spring comes? Spring allergies and puffy, watery under eyes! Our can combat fluid retention and puffy under-eyes, since the caffeine helps to increase circulation. Another great way to soothe allergy-inflicted eyes is to apply our . These hydrating eye masks are made with cooling cucumber and natural caffeine to de-puff the eye area.

Here’s another reason to pick up an eye cream in the spring. With daylight lasting longer in the spring and less clouds in the sky, you may find yourself squinting a bit more than you did in winter. Frequent squinting can cause the dreaded pesky crow’s feet at the outer corner of the eyes, as well as ‘11’ lines between the brows.

During the day, apply our , which not only helps to reduce the appearance of fine and wrinkles, but it also moisturizes the skin around the eye area. Anti-inflammatory, caffeine-rich green tea and coffee de-puff, while increasing circulation to brighten dark circles. Concentrated with potent anti-aging vitamins and antioxidants to awaken the eye area, and nourishing rosehip oil for softer, more youthful skin.

Defend this delicate area by applying our in the evenings, which helps to increase skin cell turnover and reveal fresher, younger skin. This hydrating cream features anti-aging vitamins, stem cells, and peptides to promote collagen production, elasticity, and help lessen the appearance of fine lines around the eyes.

100% PURE Organic Argan Oil to Soothe Irritated Skin

Organic Argan Oil to Soothe Irritated Skin

Contrary to what many think, oil doesn’t make you break out. It can actually help balance your skin’s oil production. Our organic is a light oil that can be used for a relaxing , in your hair, on your cuticles, and other areas you may experience dryness. During spring, some people experience flare-ups on the skin from pollen exposure, and experience inflamed skin like rashes, eczema, and dermatitis.

Argan oil is a gentle and soothing solution for itchy ailments all over the body. Argan oil is also great for allergies during spring. If you ever get the sniffles and sneezes from all that pollen in the air, you may go through a box of tissue at amazing speeds! All that dryness from nose blowing from pollen allergies can cause dry, raw skin. Argan oil can help to relieve the extreme dryness, and since Argan oil is rich in vitamin E, it’s a great skin-healing oil.


Sun Protection: A Must-Have for Spring!

Lastly, we need to remember to apply our SPF daily no matter the season! UV rays are the number one cause of accelerated aging. To help avoid premature wrinkles and dark spots, you must apply SPF daily. Our is lightweight, but it’s still moisturizing with anti-aging properties of green tea, plus the powerful antioxidant, hydrating benefits of vitamin E. This natural sunscreen deeply soothes thirsty skin with a base of hydrating aloe and refreshing cucumber juice, while nourishing with oils of raspberry, avocado, olive, and rosehip to soften and moisturize for comfortable all-day wear.

You now have an idea of the kinds of switches that can be made to better care for inflamed skin during the spring. Just like you wouldn’t wear your winter coat on sunny, spring days, you’ll want to switch up your skincare regimen, too.

More clarifying and lightweight products are best for the new spring season. Goodbye winter skincare, and hello spring skincare! Yes, Mother Nature really sprung this on us. And, thankfully, we have the best products to turn our spring woes into spring wows!

Frequently Asked Questions About Inflamed Skin

What Causes Skin Inflammation in the Spring?

Spring is well known for being the season of allergies, and the weather during the springtime can bring on skin allergies like hives, rashes, and eczema, as well as inflamed, irritated skin. These reactions can be caused by allergens, such as pollen, dust, and mold. Avoiding the allergens is the best strategy to treat skin allergies.

How Can You Identify Inflamed Skin vs. Seasonal Allergies?

Environmental or inherit skincare irritants are different from skin affected from pollen and other allergens during the spring. Exposure to irritants like detergents, soaps, and perfumes can trigger allergic reactions and cause skin irritation. Stress: It weakens your immune system, making your body more susceptible to eczema and other skin conditions. Seasonal allergies, namely during the spring, affect your skin by environmental irritants, like pollen.,

What Are the Best Ingredients to Look for in Products for Inflamed Skin?

Anti-inflammatory and hydrating skincare ingredient, like vitamin A. Vitamin A is known as retinol in skincare, is one of the most potent anti-aging ingredients. Vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, is the most abundant antioxidants in skincare for brightening skin. Moisturizing vitamin E and skin-boosting vitamin B, ceramides, squalane, green tea, and curcumin round out the top anti-inflammatory benefits.

Can Dietary Changes Help Soothe Springtime Skin Inflammation?

While treatment usually involves over-the-counter medicines, dietary changes may also help ease your springtime woes. Adding certain foods to your diet could help relieve symptoms, like the nose-dripping and eye-watering. From reducing inflammation to boosting the immune system, there are a number of dietary choices that may help mitigate the miseries of seasonal allergies.

How Can Sun Protection Help Manage Skin Inflammation in Spring?

The body needs a certain level of sun exposure in order to create vitamin D, which is known to play a role in reducing inflammation.

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