Dry skin is always a hassle, but when the temperatures drop, and the air becomes bitter and cold, that’s when dry skin becomes more than a mild annoyance.
This is not only embarrassing (ever tried applying foundation to flaky skin?) it can be very uncomfortable too as it itches and cracks causing skin that may bleed and be at risk of infection.
While happy, hydrated skin starts on the inside, the products you apply topically play a major role as well, especially in bitter, frigid temperatures.
Today, we are sharing the best products to use for dewy, moisturized skin!
Creams are butter based and therefore, more concentrated. They often contain active botanicals that sink deep down into the pores providing unrivaled nourishment and targeting your major skincare concerns. You cannot go wrong with highly nourishing plant oils and active botanicals when it comes to keeping your skin smooth and moisturized.
Our Body Creams are just what your skin has been craving. Beautiful blooms of Calendula and Chamomile will soothe and repair while powerful plant-based oils will infuse the skin with vitamins to keep it glowing, hydrated, and perfectly balanced.
Our creams lock hydration in for soft, supple skin as creamy formula melts into the skin. These multitasking wonders contain a unique base of Sal butter, which contains Squalane, known to boost hydration and regenerate skin. Always apply your cream fresh from your shower when your skin is still slightly damp to allow for better absorption and to help lock in moisture.
Pair your cream with a regular exfoliation with a gentle scrub, like one of our EXFOLIATING SCRUBS, for an even smoother touch.
PRO TIP: Keep a bottle of your favorite scented lotion on your nightstand for easy to remember routine that keeps your skin happy and glowing.
Treat yourself to natural, plant-based creams, serums, and balms to infuse your skin with plant nutrition for real, visible, and long-term results so you can feel embraced by moisture all season long!
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