21 Nov 4 Tips For Healthier Skin This Winter
November is getting cold and that can only mean one thing, winter is almost upon us here in the UK. And, while many areas of the country are already seeing snowfall, researchers are saying that this could be the coldest year ever for most of the UK with record low temperatures. Fortunately, we have modern technology on our side and we are able to fend off the cold and stay warm, comfortable and dry throughout the season. But still, the cold, dry winter air can have a negative effect on our skin, leaving it dry, cracked, red and sore.
Winter Skin Tips
Is there anything we can do to avoid this rather bleak winter skin forecast and treat our skin with an effective dry skin treatment? There is, and we are going to tell you about it now. Gloves In A Bottle is a unique shielding lotion that protects your skin from the effects of cold, dry, winter air. It will leave your skin feeling smoother with less irritation and redness and, most importantly, no signs of those cracked, sore hands!
Let’s take a look at some ways that you can have healthier skin this winter:
Cleansing – we all know that the secret to healthier skin, is clean skin. Yet, washing our hands and face can leave them dry and irritated. To prevent this, be sure to use a mild cleansing solution designed for sensitive skin and follow with Gloves In A Bottle shielding lotion
Exfoliate Regularly – removing dead skin cells can leave your skin looking and feeling younger and healthier.
Moisturise – the best way to keep your skin healthy and clear all season long is to stay properly hydrated and to moisturise your skin as well. Gloves in a Bottle works with the outer layer of your skin to help retain its own oils so that your skin remains naturally moisturised throughout the winter months.
Use Sunscreen – yes, you should still use sunscreen to protect your skin from the sun’s damaging UV rays. Apply sunscreen any time you are going to go out in the sun.
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