These days, spring weather is very unpredictable, with dry air, yellow dust, fine dust, fluttering pollen, and even the high ultraviolet index. These days, weather plays a major role in causing trouble with those factors. However, even in this weather, we can save our skin dearly! Let’s find out now.
Fine dust with small particles sticks to the skin. Therefore, when fine dust is severe, cleansing should be more careful than other days. It is recommended that you wash your face carefully with cleansing foam and avoid exposure to fine dust when you go out.
2. Avoid from pollenThere are many pretty flowers in spring, but there are pollens as much as those flowers. It is recommended to avoid going out if possible on heavy pollen days, but if you are forced to do so, wear a mask or glasses to prevent exposure from pollen. Also, if you are suffering from atopic dermatitis, you should be more careful with pollen. After going out, make sure to remove pollen from your clothes, and clean all exposed areas such as your face and head.
3. Avoid from ultraviolet
The UVA and UVB rays require attention in the springtime. UVA promote skin aging, and UVB cause pigmentation and burns. For healthy skin, you should use sunscreen to block both. Apply it carefully 30 minutes before going out and protect your skin with sunscreen even when you are indoors.
4. MoisturizingAs much as winter, spring weather is dry, so a lot of people struggle with dry skin. To keep your skin moisturized, apply moisturizers to your skin, adjust indoor humidity by using a humidifier, and drink plenty of water as well.
But even with all these care, it's hard to recover from deep damage. In that case, you can strengthen your skin healthier and stronger by performing laser treatments that fit your skin or by giving you a shot that can nourish your skin after detailed diagnosis from specialized dermatologist. If you're having trouble with your spring skin, see our Wonjin Beauty Medical Group!