The most festive time of the year can also be the most stressful—but your skin can glow brilliantly as the lights on your tree or the candles on your mantle. Between buying gifts and traveling, make sure your complexion stays alive and invigorated with these three simple skincare rituals.
Revitalize Thirsty Skin
In the thick of winter, anyone’s skin (even oily) can experience water loss causing patchiness, dullness and dehydration. One of the best ways to quench skin’s thirst is with our simple two-step ritual.
Combat Climate Change
Well, not exactly. But, if you’re going from one temperature to another another—whether it’s from indoor heating to a windy blizzard, or from an icy zone to the humid tropics—your skin may need to find its balance again. Care for skin by applying Kigelia Clarifying Serum which calms redness and re-centers skin taking it back to its optimal healthy state. Then layer with Marula Hydrating Serum to restore natural oils and strengthen the skin’s delicate lipid barrier easily damaged with fluctuations in temperature. Remember, a strong skin barrier is the key to more vibrant, luminous and happy skin!
Stay Fresh En Route & In-Flight
As you jet-set to warmer destinations or visit family, the recycled in-flight cabin air can easily parch skin, causing it to wither or get gloomy. Exit the runway with picture perfect plumped-up skin by spritzing your face with Camu Brightening Mist, flooding skin with droplets of sodium hyaluronate and Damascus rose water for instant hydration and vitamin C-loaded Camu camu berry to boost radiance.
The Luxe Botanics Team
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At Luxe Botanics, we believe in Nature to Nurture, using the beauty of plant powered medicine to nurture skin health.
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