It’s about that time again… anyone who’s going back to school or has school-aged children know that the school year can be chaotic and busy. We caught up with Kimberly-Chloe Wilson of The Butter Bar to get you the best skin tips for the school year.
Because the school year can be demanding with homework, exams, and extracurricular activities, it’s important to remember to pamper yourself.
The Best Skin Tips for Going Back to School
By: Toni elleax Zargari
Pampering your skin naturally can help you relax and achieve healthier-looking skin.
Take a warm bath with oatmeal or a bath bomb made to help soothe and moisturize your skin. You can light a few candles and even drop flower petals in your bath for a more calming experience. Do this at least once a week to minimize stress and take care of your skin.
Learn how to create a skin regimen for your skin type in this article.
The Butter Bar’s Oatmilk Bath: For Eczema & Itchy Skin is designed for those with sensitive skin and who need a moisture-infused, revitalizing skin care treatment.
The best way to mix your oatmeal treatment with a bath bomb is with The Butter Bar’s Oatmeal & Shea Butter Bath Bomb. After it dissolves in the water for three to five minutes, it releases healing kaolin clay, soothing colloidal oats, and moisturizing sweet almond oil along with the shea butter & certified organic essential oils.
Wash your face regularly for glowing skin and to prevent and treat acne or hyperpigmentation.
This should be a no-brainer, but with juggling school, kids, and household duties, we can easily throw water on our face and call it clean. Take care of your face by using cleansers that are gentle on your skin. The Butter Bar has a series of facial systems for different skin types, but if you have some acne or hyperpigmentation, try this face wash system.
Protect your lips from harsh weather.
Even if you’re not a Chapstick fan, using a lip balm to protect your lips from becoming chapped in the fall and winter is important. The Butter Bar has handmade lip balms that come in various flavors, including cherry if that’s your favorite.
Keep your hands clean and moisturize, moisturize, moisturize.
School season also means flu season so it’s important to wash your hands as often as possible. If you’re anything like me, my hands get dry after being washed so I always keep a good hand lotion or hand cream in my purse to prevent any ashiness or dryness. Try the Butter Bar’s Shea Butter Creams or their Lavish Lotion to keep your hands moisturized throughout the day.