Wednesday, November 26, 2014
• Break out a humidifier: The skin suffers a lot of dryness in the wintertime, especially if you're living in an apartment that relies on a radiator. Sleeping with a humidifier helps your skin reabsorb some of the moisture it loses due to extreme temperature changes.
• Bring on the fats: The good fats, that is. Add a few slices of avocado to your salad at lunch, or add some more olive oil than usual; any way you can incorporate healthy fats into your diet is beneficial. Those kinds of things will hydrate your skin from the inside out.
• Double your moisture: If you just use a serum in the Summer, add a moisturizer to the equation for extra hydration. Rita advises to reach for her Radiance creme that contains beautiful essential oils of rose, neroli, lavender, chamomile and frankincense that are ideal for sensitive skin prone to redness, dryness, rosacea and eczema which can all be brought on by winters cold weather. "It protect the skin from changing temperatures," she says.
When you know what to expect you can plan ahead and keep your skin radiant and healthy.
Using a moisturizer is key but exfoliation also plays a big role as well. Try my Rose Polish and Deep pore treatment once a week in the winter months allowing other products to penetrate for a better results.
Along with my Ghassoul clay mixed with honey and plain yogurt for a healing, hydrating mask to keep skin radiant and fresh.
Beautiful Skin Naturally!!