Cleansing face at night before going to sleep is the first and utmost important skin care advice any beauty specialist or dermatologist will say to a client or patient. Dirt, bacteria, and makeup left on overnight can irritate skin, clog pores, and trigger breakouts. For summer, gel cleansers are best because the hotter temperatures bring about more humidity all the while moisturizing skin. However when the fall season arrives, the cooler temperatures can dry out skin causing it to flake. A cleanser that moisturizes and conditions skin like June Jacobs Creamy Cranberry Cleanser is best. A creamy cleanser hydrates skin with algae extracts and jojoba seed oil providing it with added moisture to protect it against harsh winds. This particular cleanser contains white, red, and green tea extracts, made up of powerful antioxidants, and combined with goji berry, pomegranate and grape seed. These ingredients achieve skin that is supple and smooth at the same time protecting it from free radicals that cause the signs of aging.
Another skin care advice is applying sunscreen. It is important to shield skin from sun damage from the early years and on even in winter and on cloudy days. Sun damage is the main cause of wrinkles and other signs of aging. Did you know the sun is shining even on cloudy days? UV radiation can permeate through clouds and since damage is mostly caused when doing everyday tasks like driving to work or running errands, a sunscreen should be incorporated when applying makeup or a moisturizer. A sunscreen for those who avoid sunscreen because of the “beachy” scent may find NIA24 Sun Damage Prevention UVA/UVB Sunscreen a favorable option. It shields skin from free radicals while working to improve skin’s texture and tone. It is the ideal sunscreen for users who have received significant exposure to the sun’s rays as its ingredients help to repair past damage. Client who reviewed the scent claimed the Niacin enriched sunscreen is pleasant and does not compete with any fragrance.
Dry cuticles are common during the cooler months because hands are often exposed to water several times of day, and the cooler temperatures do not provide moisture instead they inhibit it. OPI Avoplex Nail and Cuticle Replenishing Oil is formulated to provide nourishment to cuticles, but also protect the health of nails. It is rich in avocado oil, and with the antioxidant Tocotrienol. Studies show it is 1000 times more powerful than Vitamin E. The popular cuticle oil contains other oils like grape seed, sunflower, sesame, and kukui nut for helping to achieve the healthiest, natural looking nails possible.
Since soap can dry skin depleting it of its natural protective barriers, a silk-infused body wash like CHI Scentuals Raspberry Truffle Hand & Body Wash is recommended because it is soap-free and promises to leave skin soft, smooth and hydrated. Its “silk-infused” lipid molecules cleanse skin thoroughly and provide skin with moisture leaving it soft and smooth feeling.