Focus on Vitamin C and Retinol into your skincare routine
Vitamin C is a great antioxidant, it will protect your skin against the free radicals that contribute to aging and destroys the texture of the skin. Retinol is responsible for increasing cell turnover and it removes the dead skin layer from your face. Both retinol and vitamin C make the skin sensitive so you have to be careful before stepping into the sun. Make sure you apply alot of sunscreen.
Eating seasonal food is really good for your body as it comes with alot of nutrition. Make sure you take advantage of all the oranges that are filled with vitamin C and seasonal vegetables that will provide you with the nutrients you need to fight the winter weather with.
Add moisture back in your body
Winter can make your skin really dry and itchy. Make sure you incorporate alot of moisture in your routine so that your skin is well hydrated and stays smooth. Try incorporating hydrating serums, oils, cream based formulas as well as sheet masks to ensure that your skin gets enough moisture. We recommend hyaluronic acid for intense hydration
Step up exfoliation
In winters, you need to step up your exfoliation game because skin get to get dry and flaky, you need to remove the dead skin cells so that new skin from underneath. You need to include chemical exfoliator into your skincare routine so that your skin remains fresh, smooth and flawless. It will not only keep your skin healthy but will also ensure that the application of makeup goes on perfectly well on your smooth skin.
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