The SOY SPACASSO Secrets of Keeping Radiant and Moisturized Fall and Winter Skin Care

Dry, chapped, dull, cracked… fall and winter skin. Keeping your skin from turning “shades of dull” during the dry fall and winter months can be a daunting task!So, here are four simple skin care tips from SOY SPACASSO that will have your visage glowing in no time…

#1. Keep Your Showers Short and Sweet The harsh winter elements can have a severe drying effect on your skin, especially if you spend time outdoors every day. And, I know it is tempting to spend long moments in a hot shower on winter mornings, BUT it’s not great for the skin since those hot showers will dry out your epidermis. You need to try to keep your showers warm (as opposed to hot) and remember that shorter showers also save water. Protect your skin from exposure to outdoor cold by layering properly and indoor heat  like having that heater fan at your desk blowing directly on your skin, as you will quickly lose the moisture that keeps your skin healthy and vibrant: Above all, remember to nourish your skin after showering by generously slathering on a luxurious hydrating moisturizer.

#2. Moisturize, Moisturize, Moisturize - Most body lotions and creams are emulsifications of oil and water. While the water aspect of the cream will often evaporate, your skin drinks in the oil for moisture and nourishment. So why not cut to the chase and use oil to nourish your skin this winter? Gently massage moisturizing lotion, body whip and or lotion body spray on your skin every day to keep it moist, supple, and to tone the underlying muscles. Plus , healthy natural antioxidant moisturizers infused with a  delicious essence and vibrant eye appeal also have emotional and physical rejuvenating properties. Can’t go wrong with that!!!!!For a shower treat, try a body massage with an infused massage oil Do make sure to pay specials attention to your elbows, knees hands, and feet. You’ll be thrilled with the results in just one week.

#3. Drink Plenty of Water While you might not feel overly thirsty during the cold winter days, the truth is your skin needs water now more than ever. Drinking plenty of water keeps your skin moist, radiant, and less prone to chapping.

I WANT EVERYONE TO PLEASE NOTE THAT Ice cold water has a negative impact on digestion, especially during this season. Try drinking your water at room temperature, or  even slightly warmed. I know that this may not sound refreshing, but is it a must to keep your skin laminating. So experiment with mixing hot and cold to get to exactly the right temperature.And the Most important point is to, drink plenty of  it—at least six to eight glasses a day. The good news is that come spring time, you’ll be hard pressed to kick the habit!

#4. Winter Season Face & Neck Massage Massaging your face and neck not only moisturizes the skin—it also helps to penetrate facial oils to strengthen the underlying tissue, countering the ill effects of rain, snow, and bitterly cold winds. Self massage is ideal for a daily or weekly fall and winter skin care routine. Try this invigorating massage process with a moisture intensifying emollient cream.: Apply cream from the bridge of the nose over the cheeks and out to the ears. Rub temples in round motions. Then, move in circles up to the hairline.Rub from the center of the eyebrows upwards and   outwards over the forehead. Move from the center of the upper lip, outwards under  the cheek bones to the ears.Rub over, around, and outside nostrils in circular movements. Then move outwards from the nostrils to the ears.Massage in front of and around the ears. Massage the ear lobes and inside the ears. Move fingers to under neck area, manipulate area in a piano playing motion, on the throat and under the neck and chin with  gentle but firm pressure.

Well I hope that what I have shared with you will help you and please visit the SOY SPACASSO e-Boutique  that specializes in luxurious yet affordable organic  skin care products that  keep your skin radiant, luminous, hydrated and ultimately moisturized throughout the fall and winter months.

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Here’s until next time – “KEEP IT SOY REAL!”​