3 Winter Beauty Winners

There’s a little extra effort that goes into getting your glow on during winter.  But the good news is, it’s easy as 1, 2, 3…

  1. Become a Scrubber

Exfoliation is the best start to beautiful skin. Dead cells make your skin dull, so use a salt or sugar body scrub on your body and a gentler Alpha or Beta Hydroxy Acid exfoliating scrub for your face.  Twice a week should do it.

  1. Keep things Moist

There’s no doubt about it, the most important tool in your winter beauty kit is a good moisturizer.  Go for thick coconut oil or jojoba based creams for your body and make sure you’re thorough, getting into all the little nooks and crannies. For my face I use Hydration Booster by The Skincare Company and when the going really gets tough, I treat myself to the crème de la crème of hydration – a HydraFacial at a skin clinic. That usually does the trick!

  1. Start Using Serums

Apply Vitamin B and C serums after cleansing (I use The Skincare Company) but before moisturizing and you’ll be delivering a whole bunch of active, powerful anti-aging ingredients directly into your skin. They may be on the pricier side, but remember, serums are super concentrated and potent, so you get plenty of bang for your buck. Just make sure you avoid your lips or they’ll dry out and become sensitive. Also avoid around your nostrils and directly beneath your eyes. I speak from experience- ouch!

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  1. Belinda B

    Hi Bec! Love your blog. I have follow suit and made the move from Perth to Melbourne, and my skin is struggling. I spent most my teenage years with amazing glowing skin, and luckily missed the stages of pimples and acne. Since moving to Melbourne, my skin is constantly covered in red blemishes and it’s come quite reactive. I know you have advised to stay away from serums on the nostrils but it seems that is the driest area. Can you suggest any products suitable for reactive skin? Belinda x