Embrace Spring Season in Full Bloom

Embrace Spring Season in Full Bloom

Florence & The Machine sang in their song Rabbit Heart – “And in the spring season I shed my skin, and it blows away with changing winds.”

So are you ready to shed your winter self-care routine for something more season-appropriate?

Spring season is nature’s way to rejuvenate. Your skin also needs to revitalize after braving the harsh cold winds of winter. But what worked for you in the winter might not work in the spring season. Winters require heavy moisturizing which can be a hassle right now due to too much humidity. Also, all that pollen from the flowers blooming can lead to allergies and hives.

Still, trying to figure out where to start? Don’t worry we have you covered. We bring forward – haircare and skincare tips that will get you ready for the spring season and give you that dewy skin and flawless hair look.

Haircare Tips for Spring Season –

Beware Of Seasonal Hail Fall

It is normal to lose 50 to 100 hair a day but during the spring season, you must have noticed that increases and that is also completely normal. It is called Seasonal Effluvium meaning there is excessive hair fall due to changes in the hair growth cycle during fall and spring season. So don’t panic and eat well, hydrate, and eat your Hair Gummies.

Shampoo Properly

Washing your hair properly can improve the hair quality by cleaning the scalp and hydrating it. Using good sulfate-free shampoo can improve the hair growth and also control the dandruff. But washing the hair too much can strip it of the natural oils making it dry. Therefore wash the hair when dirty and use shampoo in moderation. Additionally use conditioner after every wash to lock in the moisture.


Do not ignore your scalp and oil it well during these transitional months as the humidity can make the hair frizzy and dry. Hydrate the hair with a serum or oil. You can use hair oils such as Coconut Oil, Argan Oil, Sesame Oil, and Almond Oil as they can easily penetrate the shaft and provide deep conditioning. However, overusing oil is also an issue in the spring season as increased temperature and humidity cause a greasy scalp.

Protect From Sun

Too much sun can negatively impact the hair as the UV rays can suck all the moisture and protein from them. It can further lead to itchy scalp and dandruff. You can cover your hair when going out in peak sun hours or use products that have UV protection. You can also use Heat Protectant spray to shield your hair from heat be it from flat irons or the sun itself.

Trim It

The hair ends are especially dehydrated in the spring season and if left unchecked it can increase hair fall and other hair problems. Over-moisturizing the ends too much can repetitively swell and shrink the strands. Go for regular trims to cut the dehydrated ends as it often gives an untidy look. These trims also get rid of the split endsand let the hair grow more naturally.

DIY Mask For Hair

Make your own hair mask with ingredients present in your kitchen –

  • Egg yolk has vitamin A and biotin which are directly linked to hair growth. You can use the whites of the egg left to make a face mask.
  • Apple cider vinegar with honey controls the frizz and cleans the scalp.
  • Lemon and Egg Whites together can nourish the damaged hair. Lemon balances the pH and egg is full of proteins and vitamins good for hair.
  • Rice water is a very trendy remedy for hair care and it certainly works. This water strengthens hair follicles and stops scalp irritation.
  • Green Tea has antioxidants that help the scalp. Also, it cuts down the greasiness and hair thinning.

Skincare Tips for Spring Season –

Start With Skincare

If you still haven’t started with a skincare regime then spring season is the perfect time to start. Firstly find your skin type – normal, dry, oily, combination, or sensitive. Then choose the products based on your skin type. For spring season choose a lightweight moisturizer as humidity can lead to sweating. Gel-based products are best for this season as they hydrate well and don’t clog the pores. Go for products with antioxidants as they protect the cells from premature aging and cell damage. You can also try retinol at night to revitalize and repair the skin barrier.

Wear SPF Daily

Never skip sunscreen but in case you did it’s time to start again. Earth is closer to the sun so the UV rays are going to cause more damage. These radiations can cause cell damage and lead to fine lines and hyperpigmentation. Wearing a good SPF can form a barrier between the skin and the sun.


Drinking ample amounts of water is the answer to every skincare hair care and health-related issue. That’s because water really does wonders on the health and especially on the skin. Water keeps the skin refreshed and maintains the elasticity of the skin. Water reduces the puffiness of the skin and maintains the pH of the skin

DIY Masks For Skin

You can prepare your own skincare products from the items available in the comfort of your home –

  • Egg whites can be used to make an acne mask as the protein in them has antibacterial properties and can stop blemishes.
  • Tumeric and Honey together make a fantastic hyperpigmentation mask.
  • Oatmeal and Baking Soda along with a few drops of water can be used to unclog the pores and remove the dead skin.
  • Cucumber and Aloe Vera Gel gets rid of skin dryness and itching.
  • Avocados, Honey, and Cocoa Powder can stimulate collagen synthesis and reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

Eat Healthy

Maintaining a proper well-balanced diet is the key to good health. A good diet will not only improve your skin but your skin as well. Avocado is rich in fats that nourish the skin and is a great source of Vitamin E. Dark chocolate has antioxidants that protect the skin from sunburns. Green tea prevents aging as it has catechins. Broccoli, tomatoes, and Sweet Potatoes are all excellent sources of vitamins and minerals good for our hair and skin.

Take Your Hair And Skin Gummies

Arechar Nutra’s Vitagoli gummies are the answer to the question of how to get amazing skin and hair. These gummies are crafted with ingredients that improve the hair skin and nails such as – Biotin which is Vitamin B7 that improves collagen production. It accelerates the growth of hair follicles and also increases the formation of fats that nourish the skin.

Sea Buckthorn – these are responsible for the regulation of oil levels in the skin. It is rich in Vitamins A, C, K, and E and also minerals such as copper, potassium, calcium, and magnesium. It also improves the heart health and blood sugar levels.

Zinc – a very essential mineral for good health. Zinc improves cell synthesis and thus fastens wound healing. It also has loads of antioxidants and antibacterial compounds taking care of the infections.

Grapeseed extract – has immense antioxidant potential so it protects the skin and hair from sun exposure. Additionally, it reduces blood pressure and improves blood flow. GSE also boosts the collagen levels.

Vitamin C – is an important ingredient in skincare products as it reduces the dark spots and brightens the skin tone. Vitamin C reduces inflammation and stops premature aging and fine lines. This vitamin also heals the skin and cleans the scalp.

Taking one or two gummies daily is the best way to get the results you desire.

Summing Up

Spring season is in its full bloom and so is the time to ditch your winter hair and skincare regimes.  Spring season requires more lightweight yet moisturizing products for both hair and skin. SPF should be a staple now as the sun is going to blaze on our heads. It also becomes important to note that what works for someone might not work for you. So it is better if you choose the tips and products based on your preference. You can also try making your personal DIY Mask from the ingredients present in your home. Eating well should be your number one priority regardless of the season we are in.

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