Spring is the season of renewal and celebration. The world is once again fragrant and green, the days are milder, and even the occasional rain shower is welcome because it helps plants and flowers flourish. After a long winter spent studying garden books and seed catalogs, I’m ready to get my hands dirty. In this season of change, however, shifts in the weather affect not only the land around us, but also our own skin. Exposure to stronger sunlight, warmer temperatures, and higher humidity means our bodies produce more sweat and oil, and our hands quickly get rough from work.

With a few simple self-care tips, you can easily adjust from the dry winter months to a new spring

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