Winter Skincare Tips for The Dry Skin Sufferer

We all fall victim to dry skin in the wintertime... but some of us suffer greatly if we have dry skin to begin with.

Here are our top three tips to keep your skin happy and hydrated this winter: 

Winter Skincare Tip #1 - Use an Oil Cleanser

Oil Cleanser

Oil based cleansers, such as our MUAC Oil Cleanser, gently cleanse and bond to dirt and makeup, removing them from your skin while providing moisture and a gentle nourishing cleansing. Our formulation uses non-pore clogging olive fruit (moisturizing, antioxidant), argan oil (natural tocopherals that are nourishing, regenerating and protective), along with jojoba oil and bitter orange blossom oil - which is particularly beneficial to dry, sensitive skin. 

Winter Skincare Tip #2 - Add some HA to Your Skincare Regime 

Hyaluronic Acid holds 1,000 times its weight in water. When applied to the skin, HA serves as the ultimate hydrator not only to produce moisture but maintain it deep in your skin. The serum isn't a heavy kind of moisturizer but rather a very thin and "thirst quenching" kind of experience for your face.

Our Advanced Hyaluronic with Watermelon Extract is a Hydrolyzed HA which increases the moisture within your skin twice as much as common hyaluronic acid.

Winter Skincare Tip #3 - Exfoliate Once A Week 

Your products can't penetrate and hydrate your skin if it's full of dead cells on the outer layer. These cells block the absorption of your products. 

Two of our favorite gentle exfoliating products to use all year round are the  MUAC Pumpkin Mask and or our Triple Enzyme Peel. 

Our pumpkin mask is formulated with 5% glycolic acid, along with 100 beneficial nutrients - including vitamin A - which is natural mild retinoid. 

The triple enzyme peel uses fruit enzymes to dissolve surface buildup and deep clean the pores. 

Conclusion:

By oil cleansing... adding HA serum to your daily routine... and exfoliating your skin once a week... Winter Skin Dryness won't stand a chance as you continue to glow through the cold months. 

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