What is your skin telling you…

Winter is coming! As the seasons change so should your skincare habits. Start with cleansing your skin at least 2 times a day. Why? As your skin is exposed to the ever changing elements you must slough away dry and damaged skin cells that are sitting on the surface layers of your skin. By sloughing away the old and damaged skin cells you are able to help bring the new health cells to the surface.

The best practice is to add “double cleansing” to your nightly routine. Double cleansing is very important to purge your skin from any stubborn bacteria that could possibly be trapped under the surface. Our favorite products are city detox and essential cleansing oil. Did you know that you can MIX the two products together to create a 1 step system instead of 2? Ask your consultant for more tips. Get creative with your skincare and have a little fun!

If your skin begins to feel tight when you wash it then try switching your cleanser. Your cleanser might be too harsh for your skin, at least right now.  Use your fingertips instead of a washcloth to wash away debris from your face. Washcloths can irritate your skin more so by using your fingertips you are able to effectively clean your face without the added irritation.  Also, try spritzing your skin with a little hydration booster such as Nutri-Hydrating Mist.

Remember that our skin reacts to our environment so if you are feeling like your skin needs a little extra love take a few extra minutes and give your face a little extra TLC.

Megan Spring

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