Sometimes it seems as though winter will never end, which is why you should stay vigilant with your skin care routine. Dry, cold winds can beget dry, cracking skin. Making sure you have a good moisturizer is key to keeping your face hydrated even on the chilliest of days.
This lightweight moisturizer not only hydrates, but works at balancing oil production on your face. Soothing dry, itchy skin, it helps reduce the size of your pores and reduce signs of aging.
Seaflora's prime objective along with creating healthy skin care is to maintain a strict ecofriendly skin product without destroying the environment. Their products are made from certified organic seaweed, hand-harvested wild seaweeds, biodegradable organic plant botanicals, and wholesome natural ingredients.
Without aggrandizing it anymore, it stands up to its reviews. If you want to spend a little more money, it is worth the near $50 price, for not only its carefully constructed recipe or its ability to soothe your conscience, but also for a scent reminiscent of a summery, ocean breeze.
A light, water-based moisturizer that is easier on the wallet, this dermatologist-tested lotion is the perfect product to buy two of; one for your bathroom vanity and one for your bag during the dry wintry months. It is cost effective, contains no alcohol and is perfect for sensitive skin.
This is a go-to when I'm on the road or as a quick pick up when I am unable to get my regular moisturizer. It's a good everyday lotion to have on hand and a great starter moisturizer for teens.
This moisturizer is by far one of the best I've come across. As the first beauty company ever to work with the United States Department of Agriculture, they were able to ensure their products would be certified organic under the very same rules used to certify foods.
It's completely organic, cruelty-free, gluten-free and mostly vegan.
What sealed the deal for me is that this moisturizer is multi-purpose, soothing the driest of skin and could be used not only on your face, but also on skin from your elbows to your toes.
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The Toys for Tots campaign is coming into its final days of collecting and then distributing to the less fortunate kids around town. In the final push, a phone bank was held for people to donate monetarily and with any toys and Albuquerque…