Start with clean skin. Period. Wash away impurities to reveal soothed, refreshed skin.
By Susie Augustin
Clean Skin for Product Penetration
Your fabulous skincare products will work more effectively when you take the time to wash away impurities, makeup, oil, bacteria, and pollution from your complexion.
We know it’s hard to maintain your skincare rituals when the weather gets colder. You may be consumed with staying warm and dry. Being in the cold air can make it hard to think about getting your skin wet and cold. It’s so much easier to grab your flannel jammies, get cozy and hibernate under a warm blanket. But to start splashing water on your face? Yikes!
But what happens, especially in cold weather? Skin starts to feel rough, and no exfoliation seems to help. Skipping the cleansing process is not a good idea.
Purify Your Skin, That’s the First Step
After cleansing your face with lukewarm water (hot water can dehydrate skin), gently pat skin with a clean towel. This helps prevent breakouts, clogged pores, and skin irritations. Apply a moisturizer while your skin is still damp, for better penetration and to seal in moisture. Can’t commit to twice daily? Washing your face at night with your favorite facial cleanser is especially crucial to get ultimate benefits, as the natural cycle of skin renewal happens while you sleep. For an extra boost, add in an anti-aging serum. You’ll be grateful when you wake up with a healthy-looking glow.
Advanced Calming & Soothing Cleanser for Sensitive Skin
Gently cleanses skin of impurities, leaving skin hydrated, soothed, and refreshed.
- Replenish and purify skin with this hydrating Aloe-enriched daily cleansing gel
- Thoroughly cleanses and removes makeup without stripping skin of vital moisture
- Mild, silky texture soothes and hydrates skin
c-PDRN® is known for its non-irritating, soothing and healing properties, protects natural skin barrier from the environment.
Chamomile is an antioxidant known for its calming and skin-soothing properties.
Aloe soothes and moisturizes, calms distressed skin.