Your skin is your first defense against harsh conditions. In summer, it protects you from the heat and damaging UV rays, while in winter, it protects you from the cold weather.
In order to keep your skin looking fabulous and healthy all year round, you have to adjust your skincare routine from time to time.
You wear few layers of clothes to protect your body from the freezing temperatures. For the same reason, your skin also needs few layers of skincare products to remain soft, supple and radiant throughout the winter.
How to Layer Skincare Products in Winter
After cleansing and toning or at anytime during the day, maintain a healthy skin hydration that also protect your skin from free radicals and pollution. Multi-award-winning Henry Tianus Antioxidant Youthful Essence is an anti-pollution hydrating mist to instantly boost skin's hydration and help prevent the appearance of premature signs of ageing. Formulated with Turmeric, Allantoin, Ginkgo, Blue Chamomile and pro-vitamin B5; more than just a facial mist, it is an Antioxidant Youthful Essence as the name suggests.
2. Lock in Moisture
In summer, I stay away from face oil and rich moisturiser, however, I use both to keep my skin supple and hydrated throughout winter. Otherwise, my usually radiant, normal combination skin can look a bit under nourished.
For youthful-looking skin all year round, I apply award-winning Henry Tianus Bio-Collagen Serum, then I mix 4 to 8 drops of PariQu Blue Chamomile & Cacay Facial Oil with 2 to 3 pumps of Henry Tianus Bio-Collagen Ageless Cream. I gently massage it all over my face and neck including the back of my neck. I like the instant plumping, smoothing and weather-proofing effects. My skin feels protected against the elements throughout the day.
3. Winter-Sun-Proof Your Skin
Just because it is cold, it doesn't mean that you don't need sun-protectors. Wear sunglasses during the day especially when the sun is out. If you plan to stay outdoor during the day, apply a sunscreen all over your face and other exposed areas such as hands and upper neck. Excessive UV exposure increases melanin production in the skin which can trigger hyperpigmentation.
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