5 Tips on Keeping Your Skin Hydrated This Winter

5 Tips on Keeping Your Skin Hydrated This Winter

Are you suffering with dry, tight, sore skin this winter?

Do you have eczema, psoriasis or dermatitis?

Want to discover the best way to really nourish and protect your skin to stop it from becoming dehydrated, red and being painful.  Well look no further - read on for instant relief!

Here at Skin:Genius we developed our NEW range Cream Come True and Oil Day Long specifically to help prevent and reduce redness, soreness, tightness, flaking, splitting, rough and dry skin.  Relief is felt instantly and your skin is left feeling nourished, protected, hydrated, softer and you feel happy. 

We use a clever combination of natural ingredients bursting with essential nutrients, vitamins, minerals, fatty acids and antioxidants.  Shea Butter, Sunflower and Olive Oil, Starflower, Calendula, Hemp and Evening Primrose work well together to improve your skin tone and texture – feel your skin confidence return. 

I have put together my five top tips on how to get the best out of your skin this winter to make it glow and feel good.

Moisturise, Moisturise, Moisturise!

It’s so important at any time of the year to keep your skin hydrated, especially during the winter months.  We go from extremes with the heating on, being cosy and warm to going outdoors in the cold and wind and these play havoc with our skins barrier.  Using Cream Come True and Oil Day Long will reduce redness, inflammation, soreness and leave your skin feeling nourished, hydrated, smooth, soft and glowing. Check out our SOS Super Duo Kit for ultimate results.

Wrap Up!

When you’re out and about, be sure to wrap up and keep warm.  A hat, scarf and gloves are essential during the winter months to help keep moisture in. The effects of cold temperatures and winds can strip our skin of essential moisture needed to keep our skin hydrated. The good news is using products like Oil Day Long and Cream Come True come to the rescue and lock moisture in protecting the skins barrier.

Add Moisture into the Air

It can be helpful to use a humidifier during the winter when the heating is on, and with moisture in the air it may help your skin from drying too much.

Not Too Hot

It may be tempting when you’re cold to have a hot bath or shower but these can strip your skin of the essential oils our skin produces.  The oil, sebum, our skin produces acts as an essential  moisturising and protective barrier for our skin and helps to prevent water loss. Your skin also benefits through its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant qualities.  Hang onto your essential oils to keep your skin nourished and healthy. Apply Oil Day Long to damp skin after a shower for soft skin.

Eat Well and Keep Hydrated

The most amazing vegetables are in season at this time of year that are full of nutrients, vitamins and minerals that will feed your skin from the inside out giving it a warm glow. Check out our in-house nutritionist Christine Bailey for advice on which foods and spices your skin will benefit from this winter.  My go-to every day is homemade vegetable and lentil soup.  It’s so easy to make, warming, fills you up and you can make a big pot of it to last the week- a definite winner!  Drink lots of liquid too.


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