We have compiled a top list of winter active ingredients, so you can easily choose skin care products that not only hydrate, but also regenerate the lipid layer on the surface of the skin!
As the weather changes, it's time to adjust our skincare routine to the seasons! Autumn brings plenty of exciting opportunities in skincare: we can change our lighter summer moisturisers, concentrate on repairing the damage caused by over-exposure to the sun, and address any existing skin problems.
In our previous articles, we've already covered the first two steps of the summer facial routine, cleansing and exfoliating. The next step is to finish the facial cleansing perfectly, i.e. tonify the skin. Although many people forget it, this small step is of great importance for the effectiveness of the rest of our skincare routine. The toner's job is to remove any residue of the cleanser, adjusting the skin's pH to the optimum level. But a good quality toner, rich in fresh plant extracts, will in itself hydrate or harmonize and soothe the skin.
After a thorough facial cleansing, the next step in the summer skincare routine is to exfoliate, or "deep cleanse" the skin. Help your skin renew itself by removing dead skin cells. All skin types can benefit from exfoliation, from dry, sensitive to thick and oily. Depending on your skin type, you may want to schedule it into your facial routine 1-2 times a week. Regular use of this exfoliator will result in a beautiful, healthy, fresh complexion.
As the good weather arrived, many of us forget to cleanse our faces regularly, but removing make-up, dirt and unwanted sebum every day is a very important part of a summer facial routine. Cleaner skin is healthier and the active ingredients in our creams penetrate deeper into the skin more easily.