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How to Adapt Your Skincare Routine to the Spring Season

May 25, 2016 4:03 pm

While your face may require heavy creams and serums to shield it from the cold winter air, you likely don’t need so many rich products once the weather warms up. Here are a few expert ways that you can change your skincare routine to adapt to the changing seasons.

  1. Switch to a lighter moisturizer. Instead of slathering on a rich, moisturizing facial cream every evening, invest in an equally high quality but more lightweight moisturizer. Be sure to choose one that also contains SPF, as more time spent outdoors requires more sun protection.
  2. Use a toner. If your face tends to sweat a lot or become oilier during warmer weather, you may need a refreshing toner to help keep oil in check. You can sweep this product across the skin after removing your makeup or any time you want to create a more matte appearance.
  3. Use a stronger, gel-based cleanser. If the spring weather causes your skin to break out or become oily, you may also require a more thorough cleanser. Choose a gel or foam option to really clean deep within the pores.
  4. Carry oil-blotting sheets. For quick touch-ups when your skin gets a bit shiny throughout the day, carry oil-blotting papers in your purse or gym bag.

What to Do When Climate Change Affects Your Skin [Paula’s Choice Skincare]
Seasonal Skincare [True Holistic Beauty]
Spring Clean Your Beauty Routine: How To Declutter & Organize Your Makeup [Beauty World News]

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Iwayama Sushi: Aloha to Good Taste

May 18, 2016 4:03 pm

Get sushi with a Hawaiian Island flair at Iwayama Sushi. Located at the Foothill Green shopping Center, Iwayama Sushi is good because it’s fresh! Every day, fish deliveries from both Hawaii and Tokyo Fish Markets are flown in to Iwayama, bringing only the freshest available fish to the sushi bar.

You know that the sushi will be both beautifully prepared and delicious because it’s been made that way at Iwayama for almost two decades. (Regulars rave about the butterfish when available.) Complement your meal with the sake selection. There’s also the Hawaiian cuisine at Da Big Kahuna Bistro, also in the Iwayama space! Island favorites are all here (try the Garlic Chicken). Iwayama translates to “Rock Mountain,” and locals all like the laid back atmosphere, and you can always count on friendly service.

Iwayama Sushi
5500 S. Simms Street
Littleton, CO 80127
(303) 948-1199
www.iwayamasushi.com
www.yelp.com/biz/iwayama-sushi-and-da-big-kahuna-bistro-littleton

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Windsor at Meridian Residents Don’t Forget to Pick up Your New Fob!

May 15, 2016 8:55 pm

Windsor at Meridian Residents,

Don't forget to stop by the leasing office as soon as possible to pick up your new fob to access the clubhouse. All residents are required to pick up a new fob, it is replacing the old fob that you received at move-in. The old fobs are still active for the time being but will be deactivated within a short period of time so don't forget to stop by the leasing office at your earliest convenience!

Windsor at Meridian Management

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