March 08, 2022 3 min read 2 Comments
Spring is about renewal. As the temperature begins to rise and we shed our heavy coats in favor of something lighter, our skin is also going through a transformation.
In Winter, we concentrate on deep hydration and skin nourishment. Although those goals are still top of mind, the Spring weather calls for some adjustments to our routine. The new season sparks renewal and self-care after the harsh, cool climate in winter. We’ve included some rejuvenating skincare recommendations and self-care tips for the warmer months ahead.
With the Springtime fluctuations in temperature, sudden changes to weather like rainstorms, and more time spent outside, we want a cleanser that can tackle it all.
Our Complete Cream Cleanser is an all-in-one formula that allows you to remove makeup, impurities, and effectively cleanse your skin while keeping it feeling fresh and comfortable. It accomplishes this with the help of a few natural ingredients:
Ritual upgrade: Take some extra time and give yourself a mini facial massage while you use your Complete Cream Cleanser. With your fingertips or a facial tool like a Gua Sha, use gentle pressure and intentional movements to massage your facial muscles. Start with the center of your face and move outward.
It’s time to shed our winter skin. Harsh, moisture-zapping weather conditions can leave dry, flaky skin and increase buildup. With the move into Spring, you’ll want to increase your skin exfoliation to get rid of dead skin cells, dirt, and sweat.
Plus, regular exfoliation helps your other products to penetrate the skin more easily, meaning that your serums and moisturizers will work more efficiently. We recommend using our Face Polish once per week to start. Listen to your skin and exfoliate at a frequency that feels right for you.
Ritual upgrade: Make yourself a hot tea or latte. Mix your favoruite face polish with yogurt, honey, oats, or avocado and create a DIY facial mask. Enjoy your hot beverage while you let your mask sit for 5-10 minutes. Wash off and allow the exfoliants to smooth your skin.
Do you have a goal like brightening, firming, calming redness, or clearing your skin this season but aren’t quite sure how to get there? Adding a serum into your routine may just be the missing link that brings you closer to your skincare goals.
Serums are powerhouse products jam-packed with active ingredients. They deliver a concentrated dose of plant extracts, vitamins, and antioxidants that penetrate deep into your skin. Because serums are full of skincare actives, they work best to tackle a specific skincare concern or goal.
We formulated four supercharged serums to deliver targeted results with daily use:
Ritual upgrade: Are your hair ends feeling a little dry from the winter? Work a couple of drops of our Hydrating Serum or Restorative Serum into the ends of your hair after bathing. It will deep condition your ends and add a glossy shine!
Made to nourish and protect, our Essential Face Cream is the perfect companion for any season. This multitasker combats dryness while also feeling lightweight and absorbent on the skin. It’s packed with antioxidant-rich Pomegranate Seed Oil and skin-balancing Jojoba Seed Oil, ensuring that you’ll get the perfect level of hydration every time.
Ritual upgrade: We love to mix our Essential Face Cream with a couple of drops of our Face Serum for an overnight boost in vitamins and hydrating plant oils.
We want to hear from you! What changes are you excited to make to your skincare routine this Spring? Do you notice a shift in your skin with the weather change? Let us know in the comments below.
August 02, 2022
Love the skin ritual, especially the serums. Although I absolutely love the pomegranate face cream, I’d also love a face cream product with some SPF!
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August 02, 2022
Love your face creme. I wish you had it with spf in it as well. I have your sunscreen but would love a face creme with it