Feb 14, 2012

Cold Winter Beauty: Skincare

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Today I will be talking about winter skin care and sharing what I like to use. My skin is far from perfect. My forehead acne are not coming up as for now. My cheek tends to get dry and flaky during winter time. My forehead gets oily when my skin don't get enough moisture. Most importantly, my skin is super dull looking! During winter time, I still want to look brighter and more awake! 

Don't you all agree?

 
Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser is always my to go cleanser! No matter what skin conditions I am suffering, this cleanser never irritates my skin at all! It smell fresh and does a great job getting the excess oil and dirt out. It won't stripe away the skin's original moisture and skin will feel very smooth after cleansing! 

 
La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water is the product I always like to use after cleansing when my skin is in a not so good condition like dry or flaky. I use this as a toner and it help soothe and calm down my irritation a lot! Your skin will feel super good afterward. It's like going to a spa to me! The toner step is a must for me during winter time.



 
During daytime, I like to use a more lightweight moisturizer because your face wouldn't look oily. Gariner Moisture Rescue Lightweight UV Lotion is a good option. Not only it's lightweight but it's very moisturizing to my dry skin and wouldn't make my forehead look oily during the day! 

 
During nighttime, you can use a heavier moisturizer for your dry skin. Your skin will wake up looking more radiant and moist! Garnier Moisture Rescue Refreshing Gel-Cream is a good choice now! The gel can soothe out the irritation I have from the dryness. My skin always feel refresh and good when use a gel moisturizer during winter or dry weather.

 
When we get those flakes or dead skin cell on our face then that means we have to exfoliate! My all time favorite scrub is the St. Ives Invigorating Apricot Scrubs. After using this the first time, I fell in love with this product! This scrub has harder grain that can get rid of the dead skin cell on the surface of the skin very well! Trust me, your skin will feel so smooth afterward that you don't want to stop touching it! With weekly exfoliation, your skin will look more radiant because the dead skin cell are the ones that is making you look dull and tired! 

With a good winter skin care, you are looking more beautiful each day!

What are your favorite winter skin care products?

13 comments:

  1. I use the Cetaphil cleanser too! Everyday now for the past month. It's healed my skin a great bit!

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  2.  I love this cleanser! So gentle and mild but yet does a great job cleansing!

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  4. Pricillia lumantoroFebruary 17, 2012 at 5:16 AM

    love the cleanser:)
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  6. Hi! I havent try cetaphil yet, and yes i admit i do have a flaky skin too during winter. Is this a fragrance free cleanser?
    I think you have a very pretty skin. Can you share your beauty regimen if you dont mind?. I have tried all sorts of beauty stuff and seems like nothing works. I really dream of soft flawless skin!

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  7. Oh, I LOOOOOOVE apricot scrub!!

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  9. great post darling, I absolutely swear by cetaphil and st. ives apricot scrub!!

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  10. Both are wonderful products that's great for any skin type:)

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  11. Yes it's a fragrance free cleanser. If you have flaky skin, be sure to exfoliate it because it might be dead skin. After exfoliating, put on some toner to prep your skin for moisturizer. Be sure to use a moisturizer that suits your skin type. I find that gel-like moisturizer helps my dry skin a lot as it calms them from any irritation.

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