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Getting your skin in shape for spring

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

This time every year, I always re-evaluate my beauty routine - to look at what needs to change along with the weather and the climate. In last week's column, I focused on the spring cleaning and maintenance aspect, as well as replacing cosmetic products that need to be switched out. This week I'll look at skin care for spring.
As the temperatures and humidity level rise and we tend to sweat more, bringing a lightweight moisturizer on board is a smart move. Winter's super-rich products tend to feel sticky, and our dermis tend to react to the heat with blotchiness and uneven tones. One...
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