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The season has officially changed (I can tell thanks to my allergies) and now it’s time to start prepping yourself to be ready for spring. I personally love doing little self-care at home to get myself ready for the warmer temps. That usually means getting my skin ready because it is dress and sandal season. I am sharing with you today a few self-care items and ideas that are great to transition to spring.
Fun and Easy Spring Self Care
First things first let’s talk about nail colors. I personally love to have bright fun colors for springtime. The Halo Hand Seasonal Favorites are limited edition colors. These colors are limited to help you stay on trend without any muss and fuss. Halo Hand is nontoxic and clean and they’re chip resistant. Their nail polish doesn’t contain the ten most common and harsh chemicals found in regular nail polish such as Toluene, Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP), Camphor, Xylene, Ethyl Tosylamide, Parabens, Acetone, Triphenyl Phosphate (TPHP), and Fragrance.
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Pretty Feet & Smooth Legs
I usually do not like to shave so much in the winter months (I know, weird!). But once I know we are getting closer to April, that’s when I bust out the shaving creams or oils to get those smooth legs. Tree Hut Shaving Oils are a great way to keep your legs smooth and hydrated when shaving. Their luxurious and unique Moroccan Rose and Coconut Lime Bare Moisturizing Shave Oil are infused with certified Shea Butter, soothing Oat Extract, and a blend of natural oils. It’s perfect for those who are prone to razor bumps, ingrown hairs, or skin irritation. The best part, it won’t clog your razors.
Let’s not forget our feet. One of my biggest pet peeves about my feet is when they are dry. Which happens because of the cold months. We’re constantly wearing socks. So a good thing to add to my feet is the Kerasal Intensive Foot Repair Cream. This is an exfoliating moisturizer that contains salicylic acid and that’s going to help hydrate and moisturize those dry feet while exfoliating away dead skin. Consumers see visible results after just one application.
If you are currently suffering from any damaged nails (toes + fingers), I highly recommend trying out the Kerasal Multi-Purpose Nail Repair. It’s going to help with any damaged nails, fungus, psoriasis, gel manicure damage, and aging nails. You can check out other products from Kerasal here and coupons here!
Don’t forget to get cute sandals to rock by the pool. The REEF Pool Float sandals are perfect for pool days. They are inspired by your favorite blow-up pool float. They are so comfy.
Wrinkle-free Glowy Skin
Everyone deserves to have glowy skin. A new skincare product I’ve been loving in my skincare routine is the Vichy LiftActiv Supreme H.A. Wrinkle Corrector. I personally love adding products that contain hyaluronic acid serum because it provides hydration to my skin. The Vichy LiftActiv Supreme H.A. Wrinkle Corrector serum is a must-add to your skincare routine because it has 1.5% pure hyaluronic acid, Vitamin C, and Vichy Volcanic Water. The serum also contains zero parabens, fragrance, mineral oil, silicone, or artificial colorants.
In a clinical study, just after 6 weeks, 53 women saw a 47% visible wrinkle deduction and 60% decrease in fine lines in just 6 weeks.
Lastly, an essential you should totally get is the Year of Weeks by Running Press. From drinking enough water to trying out hand lettering, you will be delighted with these engaging challenges and perspective-expanding activities. The book was curated by artist Erica Root. Each day is broken down into bite-sized morsels and accomplishable goals. For example: dusting small corners or learning how to draw animal mugs. A Year of Weeks offers endless opportunities.