March can take a serious toll on your skin. The weather drastically changes from week-to-week, which means your skin doesn’t have time to adjust or recuperate. Here’s a few of our favourite products that will help soften the blow of winter. Most importantly, you can welcome spring feeling strong and moisturized!


Nirvana oil

Blue Nirvana face oil by Oak & Ashland is a rejuvenating night time anti-aging formula. Two drops every night will leave you feeling strong and moisturized.

Olive leaf mist

The Whamisa Organic Flowers Olive Leaf Mist is water-free. Instead, it relies on a blend of olive, green tea extract, and aloe vera extracts to help rehydrate and calm dry, depleted skin.

Priming moisturizer

Glossier makes an amazing priming moisturizer. “Priming” means that it immediately brings out the best in your skin, so you have a fresh, glowing canvas. Immediately on application, this plumps skin up with moisture to create a cushiony bounce and an even texture, which helps minimize the appearance of pores, minus any heavy blurring ingredients.

Rosey lip balm

This “Rosey” (no pun intended) lip balm by Terry is the answer to all your chapped problems. Not only does it take care of dry lips, but it plumps your lips and adds a pink hue while doing so.


Get rid of those blackheads

There’s nothing worse than seeing those stubborn blackheads appear on your nose when you’re not feeling your best (and even when you are!) Silver Powder by Mario Badescu is perfect for unclogged congested pores. You’ll notice a difference after one use.

Those are some of our secrets to maintaining healthy looking skin. Which products are you using? Let us know by leaving us comment below!

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