The season has changed, and so should your skincare regimen. The heavy-textured creams we used to combat dry winter skin can go the way of your down parka and snow boots—to the back of the closet. Now is the time to transition to lighter products that slough off and plump up to deliver a dewy glow. Here are the two main products—and the ingredients inside them—you need in your beauty cabinet now to deliver fresh skin in time for the warmer months.Spring Skin Product #1: An ExfoliantWinter skin tends to be dehydrated and lackluster. To resuscitate your skin, try moisturizers with alpha hydroxy acids like glycolic acid, lactic acid or natural fruit acids. There are plenty of products with mandelic and malic acids that can be very effective as well. If acids don’t agree with your skin, then look for enzymes like papain, bromelain, subtilisin, protease or lactobacillus/punica granatum fruit ferment extract for gentle exfoliation. Acids and enzymes will clear away the dead skin cells that made our winter skin look dull and feel rough.QUIZ: How Young Does Your Skin Look?Spring Skin Product #2: A HumectantYou also should use products with humectants (hyaluronic acid, glycerin, sorbitol, or urea) to draw moisture to the top surface layer of the skin and plump up those dehydrated skin cells. It’s important to lock moisture into the skin to keep the cells hydrated (but you don’t need the heavy hitters used in the winter). Lighter emollients like dimethicone and squalane can reduce water loss and soften the skin without feeling greasy. While your specific treatment needs may be the same, the base in which they are delivered will most likely change. If your current treatment cream just lies on your skin feeling a bit too heavy, then switching to a slightly lighter gel cream might feel more comfortable.Play around and see which textures work best for you. A spring fling just may turn into a new regimen that helps your skin thrive!