As we all know, the cooler months are upon us. As we step from Summer into Autumn looking after your skin is a must! Our skin is vulnerable during the cooler seasons – low humidity, indoor heating, wind and those beloved long hot showers are all factors that can damage our skin. By following a few easy steps, you will have glowing skin during the cooler months before you know it!
Moisturising is an essential step to help keep your skin glowing through the cooler months. Our Moisturising Hand & Body Lotion is the perfect product to keep your skin healthy and bright! Enriched with Macadamia Oil and Aloe Vera, our Hand & Body Lotion moisturises and protects the skin leaving it feeling soft and renewed. The cool air can also trigger skin conditions – another reason why our Lotion is the perfect companion as it assists with Eczema, Dermatitis, Psoriasis and Rosacea.
Mum was always right when she said “drink plenty of water!” – Drinking water is not only essential for flushing out toxins, aiding in digestion and keeping your body hydrated but it also helps to keep your skin looking good! It is recommended that about 2 litres of water should be consumed per day. Save your skin by cutting down on the amount of time you spend in the hot shower or bath. Hot water can almost instantly remove the body’s natural oils from the skin so spending too much time in your cherished bath can actually diminish your skin of it’s natural moisture, leaving it feeling dry! Try reducing the time spent in the hot water, and turn it down a notch to a warm temperature.
There is nothing fun about having sore and chapped lips. During the cooler months, we should pay extra attention to our lips! Drinking water is a necessity, but we also need to ensure we’re protecting them! Our Replenishing Lip Balm is the perfect size to have on hand, in your pocket or in your purse so you can apply when needed. Full of Jojoba Oil, Vitamin E and Cocoa Seed Butter our Lip Balm is the ultimate lip treatment to ensure moist, supple and hydrated lips during the cool weather.