With winter quickly setting in on us, who doesn’t want a great moisturizer to keep their skin soft and glowing this winter season? I have set out on a mission to find Hollywood quality moisturizers on an extra’s budget. I will also provide you with some extra skin care tips, to keep your skin looking at it’s best all winter.
The 3 Best Products For A Good Skin
Suave Vitamin E Body Lotion
Okay so maybe you were like me and completely gave up hope on Suave products, but I assure that their Vitamin E Body Lotion is such a breath of fresh air. Not only does this lotion have a warm chestnutty aroma perfect for winter, it also delivers the moisturizing promise that it boasts. I’ve been using this one for a while now, and I can say that it’s worth the price.
Boots No 7 High Lights Illuminating Lotion
Yes you can still have an amazing glow throughout the treacherous winter months. This lotion will give you a healthy, lasting, radiant glow no matter the weather. This is a very cheap product which I always recommend to friends that never used a face care lotion before. It can be found online or at your local stores such as Target. I personally order mine from Amazon and I’ve never had a problem before.
Eucerin Facial Moisturizer with SPF 30
The next moisturizer on the list may perhaps be the ultimate. It delivers protection from the sun and quality moisture in one bottle. With Eucerin you will get great protection from the sun without the odor of sunscreen, and great moisture without overwhelming greasy residue. There is no wonder Eucerin has become such a trusted name among consumers, it definitely delivers quality for the cost. In fact Eucerin reigns superior over most pricier moisturizers, and with the price falling in between the previous two lotions ($9.99 for 4 oz at Walgreeens) it definitely doesn’t break the bank.
These next few tips, along with the moisturizers above will keep your skin hydrated all winter (or any other season for that matter.)
Tips For Keeping Your Skin Hydrated
While taking your shower or bath, if your skin is quite dry, use a hydrating soapless cleanser. The chemicals in soaps and shaving products can dry your skin, so be picky about what goes on your body. Although you may be tempted to indulge in a hot, luxurious bath this winter, don’t; extremely hot baths are also a culprit in the drying of your skin.
Sunscreen should still be applied during the winter, the sun may not be as visible during this time but it could still possibly cause skin damage with it’s powerful rays. Use sunscreen with extreme emphasis on your face, since it will likely be the most exposed part of your body this winter. Also remember to wear gloves this Holiday Season. But before you tuck your hands away in those cozy mittens, apply a moisturizing slather of moisturizer to keep your hands their smoothest.
On your search for moisturizers this winter be sure to look for moisturizers with vitamins A, D, and E (which will help your skin retain moisture.) Once you find a lotion or skin cream that you love, you may still need to reapply it throughout the day, usually whenever your skin begins to feel itchy or dry.