As the winter months approach, the cold and dry air can take its toll on your skin, leaving it dry, itchy, and irritated. It's important to take extra care of your skin during this time of year to keep it healthy and glowing.
Our newest Skincare & Wellness brands will keep your winter skin feeling fresh and hydrated.
Beeautify harnesses the power of Australian Jarrah honey which has one of the highest antioxidants, antimicrobial and antibacterial properties in the world. Featuring a winter skin saviour product, the Bakuchiol Oil Serum is a powerful oil with organic rosehip oil, bakuchiol, vitamin C and honeycomb extract.
HUMDAKIN is inspired by Scandinavian nature with a selected range of natural and caring ingredients for your body, hands and home. All products are free from parabens, dyes, essential oils, chemical perfumes, endocrine-disrupting and carcinogenic substances. The perfume is non-allergenic, vegan and not tested on animals.
Below are some of our TOP TIPS to keep your skin healthy during winter:
Moisturise your face: The cold weather can strip your skin of its natural oils, leaving it dry and flaky. Use the Beeautify Day Moisturiser to keep your skin hydrated and prevent it from drying out. Formulated with B3 (Niacinamide) and Australian Lemon myrtle oil, both known for balancing natural sebum levels, minimising the appearance of pores and preventing congestion.
- Restore: Use a rich face mask after a day outdoors in the elements. The Beeautify Soothing Honey Clay Mask is a rich deeply nourishing anti-inflammatory mask with gentle Kaolin clay that is a non-drawing clay which helps to absorb excess oil.
- Hydrate: Give your skin a big drink morning and night with Beeautify’s ultra-hydrating Bakuchiol Oil Serum. A powerful oil with organic rosehip oil, bakuchiol, vitamin C and honeycomb extract. Bakuchiol is a retinol substitute that is safe for all skin types. It stimulates skin cell turnover, smooths fine lines and wrinkles, and improves skin tone and texture. It is also an antioxidant, meaning it can provide some protection from free-radical damage.
- Exfoliate: Exfoliating your skin with a gentle scrub can help remove dead skin cells and promote new cell growth. Use a gentle exfoliator like HUMDAKINS Matcha Tea Hand & Body Scrub once a week to keep your skin looking fresh and glowing. Natural matcha tea extract is known for its many antioxidants and detoxing abilities. The scrub is also enriched with olive oil, glycerine and panthenol for a moisturising effect to the skin.
Moisturise the body: Making sure you moisturise your whole body is a must all-year-round, during the winter months and lower temperatures, it's even more crucial. The best time to apply body lotion is right after your shower to ensure it absorbs effectively. Try one of our Nordic scented lotions by HUMDAKIN. The Chamomile & Sea Buckthorn lotion is a mild and highly nurturing body lotion suitable for all skin types. Vitamin B3 and Vitamin E keep the skin moisturised and shea butter, almond and apricot oil help keep the body nurtured and healthy.
Your hands: This is one that is easy to forget about until winter hits and our hands are being lashed by the cold weather and indoor heating which contributes to the drying out of the skin. Keep a rich hand cream like HUMDAKINS Elderberry & Birch hand lotion in your handbag and use it throughout the day. Enriched with macadamia oil, shea butter and apricot oil, which helps heal, moisturise and protect your skin.
Drink water: Another key step to keeping your skin healthy and glowing is to make sure you’re staying well hydrated throughout the day. Not taking in enough fluid can affect the appearance of your skin and make it more susceptible to drying out. Use a large carafe like our Grand Cru Carafe 0.9L to keep you hydrated. Add mint, slices of lemon or frozen berries for a fresh twist.
By following these simple tips, you can help keep your skin healthy and hydrated during the winter months. Remember, the key to healthy skin is consistency, so stick to your routine and be patient, your skin will thank you!