Dehydration In Winter And How To Counteract The Damage

Posted by Maree Andersen 02/09/2016 0 Comment(s)

How can you counteract this damage caused to your skin due by winter dehydration?

 

I love winter! In Brisbane we don't get too many opportunities to wear fabulous coats, boots and scarves, so the few short months we do get here gives us very little time to enjoy these simply luxuries.

 

Unfortunately along with the pleasures of winters luxurious clothes and soul soothing comfort food comes the not so beautiful aftermath of internal heating, reduction of water intake and harsh drying elements. Needless to say our skin takes a beating and our youthfulness will be severely undermined also.

 

If you have neglected your monthly skin maintenance facial to stay inside, watch movies and drink hot cocoa, now is the time to take action! You will need some extra special skin loving nutrition to bring your complexion up to summer speed, which is approaching fast.

 

Hot foot it to your local Societe Clinical Skin Centre for a natural nutrition packed Green Facial. This clinical grade botanical facial will deliver all the luxury of your regular relaxing massage facial with the power packed benefits of Fruit Enzyme exfoliation (to gobble up the dry, dead skin cells), Oxygen therapy (to breathe life and brilliance into your complexion) plus a super hydrating mask treatment (to plump, soothe and hydrate parched skin)

 

Our gift to Brisbane facial goers is a $51 discount on The Green Facial for the month of September 2016. Normally $200 we are offering it to you for $149.

 

 

Your homecare products are just as important as your monthly skin maintenance facial so here are my picks for super charging your skin moisture levels and suppleness factor.

 


 

Get Essential Skin Function Support with Vitamin A to Repair Dehydration

 

Aspect Retinol Brulee 30ml for Winter Dehydration Repair

Aspect Retinol Brulee - Is there nothing retinol can't do. I call it "the gate keeper" because it opens up our cells to receive other essential vitamins whilst on the skin's surface it is protecting against and reversing sun damage, reducing pigmentation and scarring, firming, refining pores and normalising oil production to prevent breakouts as well as regulating other skin functions.

 

Please Note: you can only use Retinol products at night plus you will need to step up the use slowly to avoid a retinoid reaction if your skin is not acclimatised to retinol products. Also avoid using Retinol if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

 


 

Boost Hydration Levels

 

Societe Skin Hydration Complex 50ml for Winter Dehydration Repair

Societe Skin Hydration Complex - Combat dehydration with an ultra soothing, calming and light weight hydration serum that contains the added benefit of MAP vitamin C to stimulate collagen and elastin production. Hyaluronic Acid boosts hydration levels to plump surface skin cells.

 


CosMedix Emulsion for Winter Dehydration Repair

Cosmedix Emulsion - A intense hydration cream with Shea Butter and Jojoba to restore moisture balance to dry and dehydrated skin. Liquid crystals maintain moisture levels and antioxidants protect the skin from free radical damage.

 


Societe Rejuvenating Peptide Gel Mask for Winter Dehydration Repair

Societe Rejuvenating Peptide Gel Mask - Using a unique formulation of peptides, plant stem cells and potent anti-aging ingredients, this cooling gel mask will help with skin rejuvenation. They contain a unique technology called TCD (Transdermal Cosmetic Delivery) this activates the mask to infuse key ingredients via the skins own heat. Dehydration, redness and irritation is rapidly reduced creating a hydrated and calm complexion.

 


 

Provide Relief For Dry & Dehydrated Skin

 

Cosmedix Rescue+ 50g for Winter Dehydration Repair

Cosmedix Rescue+: Dry skin, cracked lips & post peel skin love this soothing, hydration and skin repairing balm. Best used at night to nourish and repair the dehydration caused by winter, it can also be left on as a super rich night cream.

 


 

 

 

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