Today we take a little break from the history of perfumery and dedicate ourselves to a small but precious BonPills!
We have officially entered my favorite season, spring!
Do you also feel the'air that changes and becomes denser and more sparkling? And then the birds that start chirping? the flowers that bloom? the trees preparing to dress green again? all symptoms that spring is here!
Spring is notoriously the season of rebirth but for the body and mind it can be a season of great fatigue and great drowsiness , do you know the saying “April sweet sleep”?
In this period we often need an extra top-up! To make up for physical and mental deficiencies we can take supplements based on mineral salts, magnesium or even probiotics. Even the skin this season can appear dull and tired, so let's see what we can do to brighten it again!
Spring and autumn skincare are very similar, in fact, while autumn treatments prepare the skin for winter, spring ones prepare it for summer.
After the winter season, the skin can be dry and dull, so it is important to promote cell turnover and eliminate dead cells from the stratum corneum to obtain a brighter appearance.
For this reason, the use of active ingredients such as Vitamin C and exfoliating gliacids is super promoted in spring >.
If you are interested in learning more about these molecules, you can find everything in the previous blog articles:
Just use a serum or cream with a high concentration of Vitamin C and an exfoliating mask or lotion once a week.
Never go overboard with aggressive cosmetic treatments and in particular if you make masks with chemical exfoliants do not expose yourself to the sun with the mask on or in the immediately following hours and always wear a sun protection adapted to your skin phototype.
At this point it is essential to moisturize the skin in view ofsummerand with cosmetics containing molecules with a highly moisturizing power!
Dott.ssa Federica D'Incà - COSMAST Master in Cosmetic Science and Technology
"Every woman has the right to be beautiful" - Elizabeth Arden