How to Cleanse Your Skin in the Spring

The flowers are starting to bloom and the leaves are turning green! Spring has arrived! This season of renewal is the perfect time to awaken your skin from its long winter slumber. If you neglected your cleansing and purifying routine during your winter hibernation, it’s time to spring clean your skin and restore its radiance.


One of the first steps in spring skincare is making sure your tools are clean and spotless. A dull makeup brush might be bad for your skin, scattering bacteria and possibly bringing about breakouts. For a foundation brush, like our flawless I BEAUTY Foundation Brush, weekly cleansing can help reduce buildup from your favorite foundations or concealers, as well as dirt and oil buildup. Eye and lip brushes can be cleaned less regularly, but you should still try to clean them with your foundation brushes so you don’t forget!

For a deep clean, just use warm water and a mild soap or brush cleaner. Start by wetting your encounter with warm water, then add an unimportant amount of goat milk soap or cleanser. Carefully massage the soap or cleanser through the bristles in a circular motion. Rinse the soap or cleanser from the brush and make sure the bristles are reshaped before letting the brush dry in a vertical or horizontal position.


Whether you have dry skin, sensitive skin, or normal skin type, double cleansing is a great way to make sure you remove stubborn makeup and sunscreen, as well as any oils, sweat, and dirt that builds up. accumulate throughout the day.

You’ll love our I BEAUTY Refreshing Facial Wipes as your first step in double cleansing. Once your makeup and sunscreen are off, you can use MAX Stem Cell Facial Cleanser to deepen and take care of oil and dirt buildup that can get stuck in your pores and lead to breakouts and complexion. dull.

For other single and double cleaning options, be sure to check out our Cleaners 101 page to find out which one is right for you.


Exfoliation is a very important step that leads to beautiful, glowing and healthy skin. Much like cleaning your makeup brushes, proper exfoliation can feel like a chore. On the plus side, it is not necessary to do this daily. Instead, you may exfoliate your skin two or three times a week.

The purpose of exfoliation is to remove dead skin cells that accumulate on the surface of your skin. If you fall behind in your exfoliation routine, your skin may look dull, rough, and be more prone to breakouts. Luckily, just one exfoliation can give you instant positive results even if you’ve fallen behind in the winter months.

There are two approaches of exfoliation; chemical and physical. Both are effective and can be very helpful in restoring your skin’s radiance, although chemical exfoliation is normally considered the gentler option of the two.

Chemical exfoliation involves an acid, such as salicylic acid or glycolic acid, as the peeling agent. These two skin care acids will help dissolve surface debris, clogged pores, oils and dead skin cells in a gentle yet effective way.

Physical exfoliation can be a bit more intense. It offers the same benefits as a chemical exfoliation, but uses a skin exfoliating product such as our ILUMA Intense Brightening Exfoliating Powder. When utilizing an exfoliating powder, you may select to utilize it with your favorite scrub or cloth, or use any number of exfoliating tools to assist.


After your exfoliation, a weekly cleansing mask is a good follow-up product to ponder like goat milk products. Our I MASK purifying probiotic mask is a great option for different skin types as it contains a powerful blend of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants to reduce dullness and restore radiance.

As well as a range of vitamins and minerals, you will also find activated charcoal that will penetrate deep into your skin’s pores to remove any buildup that’s clogging them. Cleaned pores will not only look smaller, but they will also be less prone to blackheads, whiteheads, and acne breakouts.


Like spring flowers, letting your brows and lashes have a chance to bloom makes flawless sense for the season! Thick eyelashes and eyebrows are a popular trend that many people love, unlike the very thin eyebrow lines of the 90s. Even if you followed this trend of thin eyebrows, there is nothing wrong with a little rejuvenation to plump up your look.

After applying our VITAL C Moisturizing Anti-Aging Serum to your skin, you can start styling your eyebrows and eyelashes to give your look a more rugged image. It may take a while for them to grow naturally and grow in size, but once they do, you can see your eyelashes and eyebrows blooming.


Your lips should not be overlooked and can benefit from the same amount of TLC as the rest of your facial skin. The skin on your lips is delicate and thin, and can easily chap and dry out during the winter. When working on your skincare for spring, consider adding our ORMEDIC Lip Enhancement Complex to your routine.

Not only will you get an ultra-hydration boost. But you’ll also notice a plumper appearance of your lips thanks to the included polypeptide formula and avocado oil ingredients. The deep moisturizing effect of these ingredients will help treat or prevent dry, chapped lips, while plumping up your perfect pout.

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