Transitional Skincare: Spring

Hello loves! How’s your week going? We have one more day left until the weekend, which will hopefully have glorious weather. Since the weather has been warming up, I feel like my skin has changed slightly as well. Which is totally normal, by the way, our skin is heavily affected by the climate around it. That being said, I wanted to share my spring skincare routine with you guys! {I have sensitive dry-combination skin, just for reference with these products.}

Cleanser: I switched from my Elizabeth Arden cleanser (which didn’t do much for the price) to the Garnier Gentle Clarifying Cleansing Gel. It has seriously worked wonders on my skin. It has almost completely eliminated break out and seems to help my skin stay less oily throughout the day. I love it! I use it morning and night.

Moisturizer: I just did this Rant or Rave review on my new moisturizer, First Aid Beauty’s Ultra Repair Face Moisturizer. And since I’m mentioning it again, you can probably guess how much I love it. It’s the perfect thin consistency that sinks into your skin quickly, while still giving your skin lasting hydration.

Exfoliator: I’m still loving my St. Ives Even and Bright Exfoliator. I only use it every other day now, but I still love it. It’s gentle enough for my sensitive skin while still getting the job done.

Eye Cream: The Origins Eye Doctor Eye Cream is the This will forever be my favorite eye cream. I can’t say enough good things about how great this works. It keeps my under eye skin super hydrated, which is usually a huge problem for me. Seriously, if you have any issues with under eye hydration, give this a try.


I hope this has given you some ideas of new products to try, or just ideas on how to adjust your skincare to a lighter routine for spring. Have a fabulous day!


The Blonde Brunette


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