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Winter Skin Savers

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There’s no denying that the polar vortex that has blanketed much of the country has made things uncomfortable to say the least. But once you’re safely inside, precautionary measures should be taken to save your skin! These super-skin-savers will help your dermis feel like it’s downright balmy outdoors instead of frosty beyond belief.

Dry air can dehydrate your skin, so when you return home, hop in a warm shower and reach for Dr. Teal’s Olive Oil Bath & Body Treatment ($9). Rich with Olive Oil and Aloe Vera the formula nourishes skin and leaves a shimmery finish. Super ingredients Shea Butter, Jojoba Oil and Vitamin E help to soften and condition leaving your skin soft and refreshed.

Moisturizers are key when it’s this cold outside. They help your skin stay hydrated and silky smooth. Post shower, be sure to immediately apply moisturizer to seal off any off any open pores and in any moisture. The Soothing Moisturising Cream from Jurlique combines
Calendula harvested on the South Australian Jurlique farm, together with Evening Primrose, Macadamia, Rose Hip and Avocado Oils, to give optimum hydration and skin barrier protection benefits.

Remember to slip on socks, or even gloves, to get maximum moisturizing results from your lotions and potions. And bundle up! It’s cold out there.

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