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janvier 17, 2019
It’s time to hit the slopes! While the hot cocoa and feeling of freshly powdered snow are pretty incomparable, we’re here to make sure that you are well prepared for the effects of mountain peak conditions ranging from dryness, windburn, redness, and sunburn!
Here are a few of Lynn’s easy tips to take with you on your next winter getaway!
Before hitting the slopes
Prior to putting on your skis, make sure your skin is well hydrated and protected! It is the perfect time to whip out a thicker and heavier moisturizer to deeply nourish and create a protective barrier. Either Tata Harper’s Creme Riche or Susanne Kaufmann’s Line T Moisturizer are saviors for ski temperatures and will be one of your best Winter allies! Add a few drops of face oil in the palm of your hand and mix with your favorite moisturizer!
Do not neglect your eyes! Put on some of Susanne Kaufmann’s Eye Cream Line T, to smooth out and protect your eye area!
& don’t forget about SPF! Let your rich cream sink in and go ahead and add your mineral SPF! +Opt for a (hydrating) pop of color and glow with ILIA’s Lip Conditioner with SPF15 or go “au naturel” with Hurraw’s Sun Lip Balm SPF 15!
Last but not least, add in some of Rahua’s Legendary Amazon Oil to prevent split ends and boost shine (with Morete oil in there that protects your hair from damaging UVA rays!)
During the Day
By now you probably already know that we always recommend to prime your skin with a toner. In the winter time especially, reach out for your hyaluronic-acid toner that will act as a humectant to keep you properly hydrated throughout the day- until your next round of moisturizer!
Tip: So if you have room in your backpack, bring a purse-friendly hyaluronic acid toner for a boost of hydration at lunchtime after a long day of skiing! Then make sure to renew your SPF to stay protected till the end of day!
Do not forget to stay well hydrated! Extreme cold weather conditions tend to make us more dehydrated than we think. Making sure that you drink tons of water will also ensure your body gets the proper oxygen you need, especially at higher altitudes.
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