The winter season can lead to dry skin for many people. Having the following products on hand will help prevent and treat dry skin.
Cold winter weather can cause dry skin to the face, lips and body. Even worse than dry skin, it can also cause chapping. Chapped skin is when the skin begins to be rough, red, and/or crack. The skin can also begin to split and become sore.
Changes in our skincare routine may be necessary for the winter months. Adding a few extra products or changing some of the current products in the skincare regime can help prevent damage to the skin from the winter weather. Treating yourself to a regular facial can be very beneficial.
The following products will keep one’s skin soft and smooth no matter what the weather is like outside.
Winter can cause dry skin that flakes, using a scrub will help smooth and soften the skin. If the dry skin is extremely bad, use the scrub every day for a couple of days. After that, it will only be necessary to use it once or twice a week. Tropic skincare body smooth is a revitalising body exfoliator is packed with nourishing oils and mineral-rich sea salts that effectively buff away dead skin cells, smooth and soften, and promote fresh, glowing skin all over. Australian lemon myrtle delivers a refreshingly bright citrus scent, with antibacterial properties to deeply cleanse and purify the skin. Golden jojoba oil is similar in composition to the skin’s own oils, this rich source of fatty acids deeply hydrates and restores skin. Macadamia nut oil is highly nourishing and rich in palmitoleic acids, which are essential in strengthening the skin cell membrane and improving skin elasticity.
Washing your face regularly during the day helps the skin stay soft and moist. In the winter, skin care becomes primary and requires more attention. Natural soaps can help you here. They can replace several skin care products and give the skin the necessary moisture. For example, soap with castor oil is rich in fatty acids and great for skin moisturizing and conditioning. This oil acts as a humectant in soaps, which means it draws moisture from the air onto the skin. Another great option is goat milk soap, which can penetrate the surface layer of the skin fast and provide each of our tissues with sufficient amounts of nutrients. In short, regular use of goat milk soap can feed the skin and nourish it from within. There are many different types of natural soaps. You need to understand what is the most suitable for your skin and use it for daily skin care.
Body lotion is a given when one suffers from dry skin. Tropic Body Love is blended with intensely nourishing, moisturising cocoa butter that helps to keep skin hydrated. Pink peppercorn works in harmony with hibiscus actives to help firm and tone skin. Together, they help stimulate circulation and distribution of fat cells for smoother-looking legs. Sea Kelp is rich in skin-nourishing nutrients, such as omega 3 and polyphenols, it helps draw out skin toxins and strengthen the skin cell membrane.
Tropic whipped body velvet is ultra-hydrating, rich, creamy body butter that melts into dry skin to provide long-lasting nourishment. Tahitian and Bourbon vanilla extracts give this butter its creamy, delicious, heavenly scent. Baobab oil is packed with vitamin C, minerals and fatty acids that intensely nourish the skin. Rarabe butter is rich in fatty acids that deliver anti-ageing properties and work to replenish skin moisture.
Face Smooth Brightening Polish combats rough, uneven skin, this gentle yet effective natural exfoliator instantly softens, smooths and brightens your complexion, leaving skin with a super hydrated, silky feel. Macadamia oil works in harmony with vitamin E to soften and hydrate skin. Particularly friendly to sensitive and dry skin types. Bamboo silica is a naturally occurring source of silica, known as ‘bamboo tears’, that removes dead skin cells and smooths the skin’s surface. Acai berry is rich in antioxidants that help to repair and regenerate skin for a youthful, lit-from-within glow.
No matter whether one suffers from dry or oily skin, winter weather can create havoc for all skin types. I can’t tell you how much I love Tropic Skin Feast Nourishing Cream. Brimming with 20 skin-loving plant, fruit and flower extracts, this daily moisturising hero nourishes the skin with a boost of powerful antioxidants and actives. It’s your answer to a brighter, more nourished complexion! Hyaluronic acid reduces transepidermal water loss, giving your skin a natural volume and plumpness. Ectoin molecules have a reparative effect on the skin, providing long-lasting hydration and protecting skin against environmental stressors. Kakadu plum extract is said to be the most vitamin C-rich fruit on the planet, it works to boost elasticity and brightness for supple, nourished skin.
It seems our lips get most of the punishment when it comes to winter weather. The best way to prevent dry, chapped lips is to exfoliate and then moisturise. I use the Tropic Face Smooth and then finish with Tropic Lip Love Balm. This super nourishing lip balm helps to replenish dry and cracked skin, whether on your lips, cuticles, elbows or heels. A real multi-purpose handbag hero. Cocoa butter has high levels of antioxidants and collagen to help to repair and protect dry or cracked lips. Rosehip is rich in vitamin A and unsaturated essential fatty acids, which work together to assist skin cell rejuvenation and repair. Shea butter intensely moisturises lips and promotes a softer, smoother surface.
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