Winter weather wreaks havoc on our skin, hair and nails leaving them chapped and dry. Now that spring is right around the corner it’s time to start giving it the heave-ho. I wanted to share with you a few products that I’ve used for years and that are guaranteed to keep dry chapped skin at bay, and a few I’ve read rave reviews about.
I use Maran’s Argan Balm religiously on my face, hair, nails, you name it. Her balm quenches undernourished winter skin with shea butter and essential oils. One of my favorite products to use all year round is This Works Skin Deep Dry Leg Oil, it’s a bit pricey but your legs will never look or feel better and the aroma is heavenly. Using Aveeno Skin Relief Body Wash in the shower gives you a jump-start on extra soft luxsurious skin, follow with Davines Authentic Replenishing Butter for your face, hair and body — it makes a superb conditioning hair masque that will leave you with silky shiny locks.
I’ve heard that tea tree oil is fantastic for extra dry cuticles among other uses and that Gloves In A Bottle acts as a protective barrier against winters nasty elements. Let me know if you’ve used either and if they are as good as they say.
From the top pf your head to your tippy toes, inside and out of the shower these products will keep your skin silky smooth. So what are you waiting for, get armed and start the battle against dry skin today.
Clockwise from top left: This Works Skin Deep Dry Leg Oil $60.00 www.futurenatural.com, Aveeno Skin Relief Body Wash $7.96 www.aveeno.com, Davines Authentic Replenishing Butter $38.50 www.barneys.com, Gloves In A Bottle $12.96 www.drugstore.com, Jose Maran Argan Balm $42.00 www.josirmarancosmetics.com, Desert Essence Tea Tree Oil Skin Ointment $7.49 www:desertessence.com.