Is the dry winter air wreaking havoc on your skin? It may be a good time to jazz up your winter routine with a different skin care regimen. Every beauty routine needs a little shaking up every now and again. Gone are the days when a little soap, water and just any body moisturizer will do the trick.
Although, a large portion of skincare depends on what’s going on the inside, you’d be kidding yourself if you didn’t start paying attention to what you put on your skin especially during the winter. Try adding some of these items to your beauty bag and see what you think.
- Fresh Lip Polish
- Coconut Oil
- Moroccan Oil Body Souffle
- Sonoma Lavender Peppermint Foot Balm
The microfoliant scrub from Dermalogica uses microcrystals to remove dead skin and reveal a bright complexion.
Don’t you just hate dry lips? Fresh’s lip polish will buff that dry skin away it away.
There is nothing like pure coconut oil. If you’ll only be purchasing one thing, then this is what you can use from head to toe. I even mix it with my regular body lotion sometimes because depending on what day it is, I may not care for the smell. Hair, lips, feet…you get the picture.
The smell alone is enough to try this body souffle but, it really works. You can thank the argan oil and shea butter ingredients for being ultra moisturizing. I’ve been a fan of Moroccan oil for quite some time now.
It’s just so good.
I’m not sure about you but, my feet are a prime spot for dry skin especially during winter. Yikes! Sometimes, I just look at my sweet 2 year old’s feet in awe…not one dry spot in site.
Anyway, Sonoma Lavender Peppermint Foot Balm is Ah-m-a-z-i-n-g. A little bit of this stuff goes a long way. I’m not usually one for peppermint but, the lavender infused with peppermint in this foot balm is winning combination.
3. Coconut Oil