Winter Skincare Tips: Why Exfoliating is Key
HydraSonic is proven to get skin 14 times cleaner than manual cleaning alone. It provides a customizable gentle oscillation that cleans without twisting or scrubbing the face and neck and can be used twice daily without causing irritation. The larger, firmer body brush is perfectly designed for larger areas like the back, arms and shoulders.Photo By Satin Smooth Photo 2 of 8
YOUTHMUD Tingle Exfoliate Treatment from GLAMGLOW is a 10-minute facial treatment and gentle exfoliant that helps to leave skin smoother, brighter, and softer.Photo By GLAMGLOW Photo 3 of 8
A blend of natural ingredients cleanse and purify skin in this Exfoliating Pumpkin Facial Scrub by Peter Lamas. Pumpkin enzymes and apple and almond acids dissolve cellular debris within pores while apricot grains and micro-spheres gently polish away dead skin cells. Pumpkin oil, aloe vera and vitamin E leave skin hydrated.Photo By Peter Lamas Photo 4 of 8
TOCCA’s Esfoliante da Corpo is a gently moisturizing, sugar-based body scrub that contains crushed olive granules to delicately exfoliate dry skin. Rich in natural oils, the formula boasts the emollient and healing properties of olive oil, safflower oil and grapeseed oil that leave the skin feeling soft, supple and delicately scented. Available in five scents.Photo By Tocca Photo 5 of 8
Wake Wonderful Night-Time Facial by REN is a 3-in-1 treatment that exfoliates, revitalizes and hydrates while your client is asleep. The exfoliant works as a result of lactic and glycolic acid, which stimulates cell renewal and results in bright skin in the morning.Photo By REN Photo 6 of 8
The 2-Step Ultra-Soft Lip Kit by Suki includes a sugar-scrub lip exfoliant and soothing balm to rescue chapped winter lips.Photo By Suki Photo 7 of 8
The Sugar and Butter Lip Exfoliator by Jane Iredale includes a 2-sided chapped-lip treatment. Organic brown sugar gently removes dull, dry skin on one side and the tinted lip plumper with shea butter, cool mint, ginger and peptides moistens and plumps on the other.Photo By Jane Iredale Photo 8 of 8
A change in seasons means making small changes in your clients' beauty routines. Winter calls for extra skincare T.L.C. as a result of the cool, dry air that is dehydrating to skin.
Even though skin is looking especially fragile in winter, exfoliating is key in buffing skin into its full potential.
"While winter may not seem like the appropriate time to deep clean the skin, it is important to remember that the combination of cold, windy weather and dry heat inside most homes and workplaces significantly dehydrates the skin," says Susanna DiSotto, director of marketing for Satin Smooth. "This can reduce the rate of cellular turnover, sloughing and toxin release that our skin should naturally accomplish."
Besides just removing dry, dead skin, advanced cleansing and exfoliating benefits your clients' skin by improving skin texture, balancing oil production, reducing redness, reducing pore size and improving skincare product penetration.