What beauty routine should you adopt this winter?
Winter is here! The skin tends to become dry and tight. With this dryness can also appear irritation and redness. It is therefore necessary to take care of your skin and protect it with an adequate routine to keep your skin thriving. Here are our tips for keeping your complexion glowing and moisturized in all kinds of circumstances this winter.
A gentle approach, please!
Every good routine starts with cleansing. In winter, opt for a gentle cleanse of your skin, morning and night, as well as a nourishing makeup removal. Switch from micellar water or your makeup wipes to an oil-based makeup remover with Epara's Natural Cleansing Oil or Nebedai's Divine Cleansing Oil. Add Melyon's Milk Cleanser for a gentle double cleanse.
Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize
In winter, light textures (gel, fluid...) are out, replaced by richer, more nourishing textures to say goodbye to the sensations of tightness and irritation associated with the season. It's time to get out your Kadalys - Organic Comforting Cream or Freya & Bailey - Forte Retinol Lustre Moisturizer ! For those with skin that needs a lot of comfort during this season, never forget your moisturizing masks! Be generous with the application of Epara's Intense Hydration Mask for example.
And don't neglect your body #noashyskin! To take care of it, nothing better than the Extreme Hydration Kit by Liha Beauty to moisturize, nourish and protect the skin while restoring its suppleness and elasticity. A little bonus with this duo: the fragrant scent of the Idan Oil.
Exfoliate...but not too much
Exfoliating your skin removes dead skin, boosts cell renewal and facilitates the absorption of moisturizers. In winter, the cell renewal process can be slower, which can make your skin look dry and flaky. Exfoliants such as the Kadalys Organic Purifying Creamy Mask, the Kadalys Organic Exfoliating Peel or the Hibiscus and Tea Tree Sugar Scrub (for body & lips) still have a place in your routine but limit their use to no more than 2 to 3 times a month depending on your skin type.
Now that you know all our tricks, it's up to you to change your routine and take care of your skin in winter!