SPRING TIME AT DAHLIANA

The transition of seasons always seems like a mildly chaotic time of year, winter turning to spring being no exception. It is nice to remedy the chill with baths and through gazing at photos of warmer climates, however one is still left in a basic hibernation. This leads me to a productive measure we can take to prepare for warmer weather with regards to our skincare.

With sunshine and warm days comes more humidity and a tendency to produce more oils on the face. Dahliana’s “Refreshing Citrus Cleanser” is perfect for removing excess oils and allowing our skin the ability to rebalance without stripping it of all moisture. Naturally derived fruit acids exfoliate and smooth the skin while chamomile extract leaves the skin beautiful. It has the most luxurious lather, and, as an added bonus, the scent is reminiscent of walking through an orange orchard and perfect to brighten a rainy spring day.

This brings me to an important point: using the right cleanser is key to a successful skincare regimen. It is a common misconception that cleansers are not as important as other skin care products. When you use the wrong cleanser, perhaps one that is too harsh, it can alter with the natural balance of your skin and require more products to correct the damage done. When using the appropriate cleanser, such as Dahliana’s “Refreshing Citrus Cleanser”, your skin is left clean, balanced, and prepared for products. It creates the perfect foundation—or palate, if you will—to let the serums and creams and create a healthy natural glow.

By using Dahliana’s Refreshing Citrus Cleanser, I am able to be proactive with my skincare regimen not only while winter changes hands with spring, but ultimately year-round. My favorite is to layer Dahliana’s “Resveratrol Antioxidant Serum” and the “Beauty Berry Collagen Booster” to help rid of any tired winter remnants before the sun is shining. I gently pat my eyes with the Eye Renew Crème, too, so my eyes are ready when the warm days arrive. So even if I am mostly hibernating until the sun peeks its head out, I know I will be ready to step out when the time comes.

Carola MayComment