In order to help you prepare for your skin's changing ways, we enlisted Dr. Rosemarie Ingleton, dermatologist and Eucerin Skin First Council member, to help uncover the do's and dont's of getting your skin set for summer.
If you were able to get by without direct treatment of your acne in the winter, come spring, you had better get a new regimen–and fast. “Acne prone skin tends to be oily skin so they’re going to get oilier and probably struggle more with the acne as it gets warmer. If you weren’t treating your acne previously, it’s going to become much more in your face–no pun intended,” says Dr. Ingleton. “You’re going to have to use specific products for acne and acne prone skin.”