How to protect and nourish your skin in the winter months

How to protect and nourish your skin in the winter months

It is cold outside. It is drizzly, damp and the winds are blowing. It is the time of year when our skin is suffering, becoming dry and chapped. The cold weather can dry out our lips and leave the skin on our hands rough and cracked. Not to mention the constant hand washing and sanitising. The natural oils need replacing. This post gives some hints, tips and products on how to protect and nourish your skin in the winter months.

Details of above:

Dr Hauschka nurturing body oil Feelunique | Neals Yard defend and protect trio | Neom de-stress diffuser Lookfantastic | Travel hand sanitiser Nordstrom | Ultra repair cream Nordstrom | Aesop aromatic hand wash Nordstrom.

How to protect and nourish your skin in the winter months

Details of above:

Burts Bees natural moisturising lip balm Look fantastic | Nuxe Reve de Miel body oil balm Feelunique | Cetaphil moisturising lotion Feelunique | Molton Brown Rhubarb and rose bath and shower gel Feelunique | SVR skin intense foot cream Lookfantastic | Aesop rinse-free handwash SpaceNK.

Many of the products I have tried out or am currently using. I have included budget options as well as a few luxury products. I have both the Cetaphil body moisturiser (the budget option) as well as the Reve de Miel balm oil (the luxury choice) on my bathroom shelf.

Nails can also suffer at this time of year. I regularly rub in Jessica phenomena oil into my cuticles. I also treat my nails to Vitry repair products. They are completely natural and really work at repairing damaged and dry nails. I first discovered them in our local pharmacy in France.

I wrote a specialist post on “How to look after our feet”. It is good to start early and get your feet in tip-top condition for when the Spring and Summer arrive.

How to protect and nourish your skin in the winter months

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