When the Santa Anna winds hit (high winds in So Cal) last week, my skin was instantly impacted. I knew it was time to crank up the moisture and bring out the “big guns” in skin care.
What I’m using that can help you get dry skin relief:
Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Gold Ultra Restorative Capsules Intensive Treatment for Face and Throat: This treatment is as big on moisture as the name is long. It contains essential lipids to strengthen skin’s barriers, Vitamin E to condition skin and Borage Seed Extract to soothe and calm sensitive skin. The tiny individual capsules give an exact dose so you are not wasting product. I use this like a pre-moisturizer serum.
Skinn Collagenesis Eye Stem Rejen: This eye cream is more than a cream…it’s a secret weapon for those who don’t want an eye lift! Containing a special ingredient called Rh Polypeptide-7 (a peptide that helps reduce the lines and wrinkles that accumulate over time), this eye serum packs a powerful punch! Tired eyes get an immediate wake-up call, as Eye Stem Rejen hydrates, lifts, firms, and repairs the skin.
Murad Hydro-Dynamic™ Ultimate Moisture The most hydrating moisturizer Murad has ever offered. This formula is non-greasy, thick and comforting for sensitive and dry skin.
Malin+Goetz Lip Moisturizer– I can’t say enough about this lip gel! I was turned on to this when an esthetician used it during a facial at the bliss spa. I immediately had to buy it. I use it every night at bed time and throughout the day. It gives a great shine and doesn’t feel goopy. Love, love, love!
Eucerin Plus Intensive Repair Hand Creme– maybe the most important product in my beauty kit during the winter! My hands are chronically dry with all the handwashing I do. I have several containers throughout the house so I can apply as often as needed (and that tends to be a lot from now until April!).
I know the months ahead are going to be hard on your skin. Invest in products that will really deliver great moisture to help your body fight off dry, cracked, irritated skin!