cheeks. Biting winds, steamy showers, and drying indoor heat can suck the life right out of
your skin. To stay hydrated skin pulls moisture out the air, a problem in cold weather when
humidity plummets. Here's what I recommend to help keep your skin hydrated and protected
Restore Lip Balm
Keep yourself covered up, scarves are a great way of protecting your neck and cheeks
from windburn and beanies are great for covering your forehead just don't forget to protect
Restore Facial Moisturiser
Hot water might feel good on a cold morning but strips your skin of natural oils, leaving it
dehydrated and itchy. Too many hot showers and not enough moisture can make your skin
extremely dry and dehydrated. For some people, the problem is worse than just a general
tight, dry feeling: They get skin so dry it results in flaking, cracking, even eczema in which the
skin becomes inflamed.
Balance Exfoliating Scrub
Dehydrated skin cells turn over more slowly, causing a build up of dead skin, Circulation
also gets sluggish. Exfoliating your skin regularly is an effective way to rid the skin of dead
cells, which tend to be dry and coarse. Plus, it allows moisturiser to penetrate the skin better.
Exfoliation promotes cellular renewal by allowing new, moist skin cells to surface. The new
cells are deeply penetrated with moisture so they will help keep your skin hydrated longer.
- S x