Here are 4 steps to glowing spring time When the first sign of spring appears, it's like a breath of fresh air, isn't it? You do a little happy dance and can't help but smile! Your skin feels this too. The days of being beaten up with cold, dry air are coming to an end, soon to be replaced with higher humidity and warmer, sunnier days. Sunburns are usually associated with trips to the beach in the height of the summer months, not during the cooler days of spring. In actuality, UV rays are more intense in the spring, we just might not realize it because it's still not that warm yet. When the angle of the sun becomes more direct, UV radiation strengthens which is happening between the spring equinox and summer solstice. Thus presenting a very real threat to our skin. So how do we support our skin through that? Answer: Cherries and Berries!