Your Winter Skin Survival Guide

Best tips and tricks for keeping skin looking radiant until Spring

Say No to Dry Flaky Skin

Restore & Protect

Winter is bad for your skin as the cold air, which holds less moisture than warm air, and has lower humidity add central heating, which make already your skin even drier. But cold weather also hits harder as you get older, when the production of skin’s natural moisturizers dips with age, The result: Your skin becomes rough and flaky. These simple cold weather beauty tricks will help your skin smooth.

This Month Quick Tips

1. Switch to a Cream Cleanser Use Oil Makeup Remover
2. Increase Moisturizer Use Body Butters & Hydrating Masks at least once a week.
3. Zinc Sunscreen is still important in Winter Lip Balm to protect your lips from the cold and wind.

More tips and tricks to help you Look Radiant until Spring

Do not suffer from Low Vitamin D this Winter and Reduce Flu and Colds

I am a self-confessed sun lover and suffer badly from SADS Disease every winter or if I’m stuck inside for a long period of time, my body mine and soul needs sun.

I only used zinc based sunscreen and I believe that the production of Vitamin D is extremely important to ensure the health of our bones and teeth, reduce risk of flu plus cancer prevention.

Too many people take sun protection to the extreme and avoid the sun at all cost to the detriment of their health.

Read More: Scientists Blow The Lid on Cancer and Sunscreen Myth

Quick Easy DIY Lip Exfoliator

Remove all the dead skin off your lips gives your lipstick a fresh palette to adhere to.There are products on the market that you can buy but this is one thing I like to make fresh from my kitchen and so can you.

1 tablespoon of olive oil or coconut oil (clean/moisturize the lips)
1 teaspoon of sugar or salt (exfoliate the skin)

You can add a little honey and cinnamon too.


1. Mix ingredients together
2. Rub on dry lips gently, in small circular motions.
3. Scrub for 2-3 minutes.
4. Wipe with a warm washcloth until all exfoliation is removed.

Read More: Best Makeup Tips to Have Longer Lasting Lipstick and Kissable Lips.

Cleansers are for Cleaning and Not for Feeding

There are so many cleansers on the market today that it can be confusing to many customers as to which one suits your skin type and will help maintain healthy skin and a staple in anyone’s skin care routine.

They do come in different forms/formulas and knowing the right one for you is important and also ensure that you are not pouring valuable ingredients down the drain with the dirt.

Read More: Five important things to look for when choosing a cleanser.

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Debra Spence is a Qualified Medical Aesthetician, Cosmetic Scientist, Lecture and Author. Owned of an Australian National Award Winning Medi Spa. Now is concerntrating on Education of Skin and Skincare plus provideing advance treatments to her private patients. Plus developing Zen Dejour a Result Based Cosmeceutical Skincare Range and Dermal Solution Private Lable Professional Skincare.

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