Disclosure: This is a post sponsored by Bayer, all opinions are my own.
Our Western Canadian winters always seem so long, so I very much enjoy the first signs of spring. Our clothes are getting less bulky, the sun is warmer on our skin, and bits of green are showing themselves among the brown. I love this time of year!
While we play the waiting game for summer, right now is the time to prepare so you can make the most of the warmer weather when it arrives. Don’t just focus on spring cleaning the home, ourselves need some TLC this time of year as well.
Things You Should Do Now to Be Ready for Spring:
Prep your hair:
During colder winter months, your hair may be covered under a hat or hood a lot of the time. It’s an easy time to let your hair routine become less of a priority. When spring time rolls around, it’s time to get your hair game back and set those luscious locks free! To help you get ready for your hair’s “coming out party” in the late spring/early summer, take two PRIORIN® supplements a day with food to stimulate hair growth. The supplement contains a combination of millet extract, L-cystine, calcium pantothenate and biotin to increase and improve hair growth and support the maintenance of healthy hair. You can also schedule a fresh cut and change shampoo and conditioners, to ensure the build-up is removed.
Prep your wardrobe:
Who isn’t looking forward to packing away winter coats for another year? What clothes are you excited to bring out of winter hibernation? Now is a good time to take stock of your warm weather wardrobe. What pieces do you love and can’t wait to wear again? Does everything still fit well? Are your spring shoes looking a little worse for wear? Don’t wait and check them now so you are ready to step into spring looking chic. It’s the time to purge those closets and make way for a fresh season.
Prep your skin:
We all bundle up in layers upon layers to stay warm in the winter. It’s easy to hide unsightly/unattractive skin conditions under a winter wardrobe but the weather will warm-up soon enough, and now is the time to prep your skin to make sure you’ll be comfortable in your spring and summer clothes. For example, if skin tags are an issue, you can effectively treat them at home with Dr. Scholl’s Skin Tag Remover, a doctor-proven, easy-to-use cryotherapy product that freezes the skin tag from the base; once new, healthy skin has formed underneath, the skin tag will fall off, usually within 10 days.
What else are you doing to prepare for warmer weather?
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