Keep Your Skin Health & Glowing this Winter
The winter weather can leave our skin dry, itchy, and flaky, so we’ve down jotted some tips to help keep your skin healthy and glowing during the cold season.
Hydration is key!
When it’s cold and humidity is low, our skin gets stripped of moisture so it’s super important to stay hydrated. Aside from water, you can also choose other hydrating drinks like True Essentials Collagen Tea – keeping you hydrated with the added benefits of collagen for your skin.
Choose a gentle cleanser
Avoid cleansers that have high alcohol content as they tend to leave skin even drier. Use a gentle cream cleanser that will keep the moisture on the skin while removing dirt and impurities. We recommend Sukin Cream Cleanser – a gentle and nourishing cleanser with oils of rosehip, avocado and wheat germ making it perfect for any skin type, especially dry and sensitive skin.
Exfoliating removes dry and dead skin cells and helps to generate new ones. We love the gentle and creamy Sukin Revitalizing Facial Scrub. It contains bamboo extract and ground walnut shells to gently exfoliate dirt and impurities on our skin. It also has aloe vera, rosehip oil and German chamomile to help soothe and relax the skin.
Moisturise as often as possible
Keep showers warm and short and make sure to moisturise right after to lock in moisture. We go for lightweight, oil-based moisturisers to lock in important oils in our skin. Remember to moisturise not only your face but your entire body as well.
Protect your skin from UV rays
Sunscreen is just as important in winter as it is in summer. We love Blessed By Nature Multi Effect Tinted Moist Golden Natural. This is a light cream that leaves the skin with a natural-looking golden glow while providing total hydration and protection against harsh UV from the sun. It has wonderful ingredients like macadamia, jojoba oils and aloe vera.
Don’t let the cold winter keep your skin dull and dry when you can manage to glow and shine!
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