Winter Skin Care Tips


Cold temps, biting winds, steamy showers and blasting indoor heat can suck the life right out of your skin. Here’s how to give your skin a little extra TLC during the winter months.


Keep Moving – That’s right! Just because the leaves have fallen, doesn’t mean you get a free pass from the gym. Exercise in the winter gets blood flowing and promotes healthy circulation throughout the body. If it’s too cold out, hit the treadmill, and get moving just long enough to bring a flush to your face.


Chill Out – It can be tempting to turn up the heat in your morning shower, but it’s important to keep your showers a bit cooler in the winter months. The heat can actually dehydrate your skin, leaving it dry and sensitive.


Exfoliate – Get rid of those dry, dead skin cells by exfoliating regularly. Use a gentle exfoliator like Body Spa Body Exfoliating Scrub. Its walnut skin-refining beads polish and puff your skin while almond oil moisturizing beads with encapsulated vitamin E hydrate and soothe.


Moisturize – Try using a leave-on face cream at bedtime to work on nourishing those skin cells while you sleep. Vital C Hydrating Repair Crème is a great choice because it contains ultra-hydrating ingredients like Vitamin C & Antioxidants.

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  1. Alex 6 years ago

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