Banish Dry Skin this Winter

Banish Dry Skin this Winter

An essential part of a healthy skin care regimen is moisturizing. We’re often asked how to moisturize correctly, from choosing the right moisturizer to addressing dry skin concerns. So, we thought we’d pull together a handy little check-list:

Know your skin type - Are you dry, normal, combination, sensitive, oily or blemish-prone? If you’re not sure, visit your esthetician or email one of our Juice Beauty customer service specialists to learn more about your skin care needs and how skin care, made with organic ingredients, can help you achieve a healthier, more radiant complexion.

Adjust to the weather - Consider the season and choose a moisturizer that will work with your current skin care needs. Now that Winter is here, consider upping your routine by increasing the frequency of moisturizing or introducing a thicker cream. Blemish prone skin should stick to its normal routine. Our Oil Free Moisturizer has a new and improved formula and is perfect for all seasons. 

Choose an enriched moisturizer made with certified organic ingredients - Ingredients matter! Look for a moisturizer enriched with vitamins and antioxidants and, most importantly, formulated with organic ingredients. Finding a moisturizer with powerful age defying ingredients can help improve the appearance of fine lines and protect your skin from continued exposure to environmental toxins. Our Antioxidant Moisturizer is a great solution for day while our Stem Cellular Anti-Wrinkle Overnight Cream delivers intense moisture at night.

 Moisturize day and night - Always follow your cleansing routine with a moisturizer to lock in hydration and maintain skin suppleness.

Watch your diet - We all know how important drinking water is to our overall health but in the winter, broth-based soups and teas count! Keep your body hydrated and dryness at bay with tons of liquids. Extra points for a collagen-heavy bone broth.

Don't forget your body - Hot showers and baths feel luxurious when it's cold out but try warm water for bathing, which isn't as drying. Don't forget to moisturize your body, including your hands and feet!


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