In winter, our skin has to face cold, wind, humidity, central heating. All these factors are assaulting our skin and it is imperative to react if we want to keep the quality of normal skin.
Hydrate yourself and eat well
We must begin by addressing the problem from the inside! In winter, dehydration threatens us! And before moisturizing our skin with lotions and creams, drink 1.5 to 2 liters of water a day. In addition to helping to hydrate the skin, it also helps to fight against diseases and detoxifies the body. It is also essential to consume good fats, such as those found in fish and nuts that will give the skin enough to eat. The rule of 5 fruits and vegetables obviously still required in winter, what give a vitamin and glowing!
Hydrate your skin
The cold tends to attack our lips first, simply because the skin is thin in this area, like that of the eye contour elsewhere. Do not skimp on hydration! Dehydrated lips tend to quickly cracked and to avoid this, make a scrub once a week and moisturize, as soon as the need is felt! About your eye area, it tends to even faster score lines and wrinkles when dehydrated! The Eye Contour Cream 857 is entirely appropriate in this case.
In winter, the skin needs more attention!
Our hands are on the front line in the wind and cold! They are indispensable so why not treat them properly? Hydration is essential! A lighter cream can be applied throughout the day if you do not like this feeling "sticky" and a richer cream can be applied in thick layer at night, just before bed, to act as a mask and feed your hands deeply.
All these tips will take care of your face. A weekly scrub followed by a moisturizing mask or nourishing rest is advisable. Treatments in the institute also allow the skin to refurbish occasionally.
Though, if your skin is too bland for your taste, feel free to use illuminating bases and asking some illuminators on your cheekbones, under your eyebrows, on the Cupid's bow and on the edge nose for a healthy glow and radiant.
To take care of your skin in the winter, Nadine Salembier advise you the
following products, rich in shea tree: