5 tips to take care of your skin in spring


The word “spring” sounds sooo pretty. Longer afternoons, more light, a different energy… An explosion of life that we look forward to every year.

And like every revolution, sometimes it comes with some setbacks. In this case, for the epidermis.

Because, like this, between you and me, spring alters the skin. So here are some tips that will be useful for you to avoid itching, allergies and reactions and that will help you feel your skin soft, nourished and luminous. Happy Spring!

Tip #1: Apply your toner to your body


Yes, yes, you read correctly. We said BODY.

Like the face, the body appreciates extra hydration and, despite the fact that we are used to using them exclusively on the face, floral waters are the best option.

Have you ever noticed small scales on your legs or arms? Or that your skin itches a lot after bathing? It is normal.

The use of soaps causes the mantle of the skin, which is naturally acidic, to become alkaline. Come on, that is altered, causing similar reactions in your skin.

How can you solve it? Very easy.

Dry your skin well when you get out of the shower. Then spray the whole body with a rose hydrosol O don't play to balance the pH of your skin and, as a final culmination, apply a highly nourishing oil.



Goodbye, scales and itches!

Tip nº 2: Feed and nourish the skin with vegetable oils


Think about it. What happens to the salad when you dress it with olive oil? Well, it is enriched and you benefit from the properties of fatty acids.

The same thing happens with your skin.

And, yes, speaking of botanical oils, we have the top of the range. Why are we going to fool ourselves?

Using consistently our neroli and jasmine botanical beauty oil you will get:

  • Regenerate your epidermis thanks to almond oil and its high vitamin content. 
  • Create a protective and velvety layer due to the effect of apricot and its ceramides. Guarantee of smooth skin.
  • soothe and repair itching and redness due to the action of the infused calendula.

We only tell you one thing. The magic of the natural fragrance of its white jasmine and neroli flowers will make it your favorite summer scent.



The same one you will dream of in winter…


Tip #3: Get plenty of sleep


It may seem obvious, but do you practice it? Let us tell you that your body regenerates while you sleep.

Because, while you iron your ear, your liver, pancreas and airways are cleared and your bone marrow produces more red blood cells and this is reflected in your face.

Thus, without having to do anything but rest. And, on top of that, free.


Tip nº 4: Take advantage of the benefits of aromatherapy


Little is said about spring asthenia, its permanent tiredness and lack of energy.

It sounds cliché, but it is a reality: There is no better beauty trick than feeling good.

Therefore, although not suitable for people with allergies, here is another tip that will make you look your best: go for a walk in the evening and enjoy the wonderful scent given off by the orange blossoms in April, the first roses, the jasmine and the lady of the night.

It's checked. The benefits of aromatherapy they have a very positive impact on our brain and by activating dopamine, also known as the hormone of pleasure.



Tip #5: Make a homemade papaya face mask

What why papaya? Well, because this fruit contains one of the most powerful enzymes known: papain.

Papain has the power to:

  • Make your skin look smooth, even and radiant by removing dead cells, even from the deepest layers.
  • Activate collagen naturally and improve firmness of your face.

And all this little by little, gently and without irritating your epidermis.

Unlike the better known alpha-hydroxy acids such as glycolic or salicylic, you can use papain even if you have sensitive skin or are pregnant.

Keep this recipe handy and if you can repeat the mixture and use it once a week for a month, all the better:


-2 tablespoons of mashed papaya

-1 tablespoon of yogurt (can be vegetable)

-1 tablespoon of cornmeal or white clay

Take some papaya and mash the fruit with a fork until you get a smooth paste.

Add a tablespoon of corn flour or white clay to thicken it and make it easier to apply.

If you also add yogurt, you will be providing extra vitamins and lactic acid to the mixture that favors luminosity.

Apply to the face, including the neck and décolletage, and leave it on for a maximum of 10 minutes.

Then, rinse with water and apply a toner and your usual serum on the skin.


Text by Verónica Martín and photographs by Lorena Aviñon