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Skin Care Tips To Tackle The Chilly Winters!
Posted by: Administrator on Dec 10, 2015 02:18
Winter is a great time to start a peel series. Peels are a deeper exfoliation that penetrates deeper and is longer lasting then a scrub that you would use at home. You can get peels at your local aesthetician or doctor’s office, depending on the strength you are looking for. Make sure you talk it over with your dermatologist or aesthetician to discuss what peel would be best for you.
• Use an eye cream daily. Eye creams are very important, especially in the winter when the skin has a tendency to be drier. The eye area is 4 times thinner than the skin on our face, which is why that is where we see the first signs of aging.
• Change your cleanser to cream or milk cleanser. Cleansing gels and bars can sometimes be drying for your winter skin. Also make sure you are washing with cooler water, hot water can also be drying for your skin.
• Wear sunscreen! Just because the sun isn’t shining all the time doesn’t mean you aren’t getting sun damage. Did you know that 78% of solar damage is from incidental sun exposure, like walking to and from your car each day?
• Add a hydrating mask weekly. Hydration masks do not replace the need to moisturize daily but still offer a lot of benefits. Think of it as giving your skin a drink of water, it helps to plump up your skin cells. A hydrating mask will help stimulate skin's natural moisturizing factor while helping to restore skin's protective barrier, increasing moisture levels for healthier, smoother skin. Emerging C has a great Vitamin C + Retinol Mask that leaves your skin glowing.
• Hydration is key, never go without a moisturizer on your face. There always needs to be a barrier on your skin to protect against the elements. Make sure you use creams or and oils to hydrate your skin.
• Add serums into your skin care regimen. Certain serums have correcting elements to them like anti-aging, lightening and brightening. Serums have a smaller molecule and penetrate deeper to correct the skin. Moisturizers are meant to sit on the skin to protect, while serums will penetrate to correct.