During winter, your basic body lotions may not cut it. You need something deeply rich and nourishing to help heal those dry, cracked limbs. Aside from SPF, moisturizer is one of the important treatments you can use on your body. Applying moisturizer helps add water back into your skin, and it also traps in the water you already have to hydrate and protect your skin.
Not all facial cleansers are created equal and just because your mom used it doesn’t mean you have to, too. In today’s world, there are a variety of cleansing products available to fit the individual skin needs of everyone. The following is a description of our most popular cleansers based on type.
A good toner should come through with the promise of firmer skin; but how exactly do these products achieve the return of the tight skin that you once had? The key to a good toner is having water as the first ingredient. While other ingredients can help achieve toned skin, skin first needs to be moisturized with water.
As soon as the temperatures change, your skin can start reacting. As temps fall and the air gets drier, so will your skin. When skin is less able to protect itself, it can lead to cracks, loss of hydration, and inflammation. Here’s how to keep your skin optimally moisturized and protected all winter long.
A new year signifies a new start, meaning a refresh in routines, rules, and self-care. Every year we strive to make ourselves better by trying to break bad habits like picking at our skin, not wearing SPF, sleeping in makeup, or not washing makeup brushes as often as we should. Let 2020 be your best skincare year yet by practicing mindfulness when it comes to the things you already know you should be doing, and by adding on a few new superstar products to your regimen.