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Health & Beauty: Skincare Recommendations for Dry Winter Skin

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Health & Beauty: Skincare Recommendations for Dry Winter Skin
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Winter is challenging, both psychologically and physically. There are endless days of rain and freezing cold. I personally feel a lack of sun and light, and fresh air, since we are followed everywhere these days by the mask rule.

My skin is not just dry, but the next level of dry. No matter what amount of water that I drink or how many times a day I apply a moisturiser, it still feels dry, dull and without luminosity. There are some products though, that are making a difference in my skincare routine that seem to be making my skin feel comfortable again and getting me closer to a glowing complexion.

Daniela

Here are some of the cleansers I use that help my dry winter skin:

Health & Beauty: Skincare Recommendations for Dry Winter Skin

Oskia Perfect Cleanser Baume Nettoyant—melts makeup without drying, leaving the skin with a moisturised

Health & Beauty: Skincare Recommendations for Dry Winter Skin

Fresh Soy Makeup Removing Face Wash—gentle and fresh feeling

Health & Beauty: Skincare Recommendations for Dry Winter Skin

Glossier Milky Jelly Cleanser—gentle yet super effective even when removing multiple layers of makeup

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And few of the moisturising creams I am currently using:

Health & Beauty: Skincare Recommendations for Dry Winter Skin

Health & Beauty: Skincare Recommendations for Dry Winter Skin

SVR SENSIFINE Nutribaume—I use it at night but it can also be used as a makeup base, and melts instantly into the skin

Health & Beauty: Skincare Recommendations for Dry Winter Skin

BI-OIL Gel—it is absorbed really quickly and can be used all over the body, from your face all the way down to your feet, preferably applied immediately after showering

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