Caring for your face: 5 products to keep your face hydrated in the winter
One of the most sensitive regions of the body, the face suffers in low temperatures and requires care to remain hydrated.
The combination of lower temperatures and reduced air humidity means that facial skin suffers in the winter. Dryness, itchiness, and dullness are some of the inconveniences that occur. Keeping your face hydrated is key to avoiding these problems! Here are five tips to keep your face hydrated during this season.
1. Cleanse your face gently
During winter, ideally, you should stop using products that cleanse more deeply because they may remove the protective cells. But this doesn’t mean you should leave your skin dirty. What about alternating products? Combine your usual facial soap with a gentler version. Would you like a tip? Try Gentle Cleansing Mousse, from Chronos, which is good for all skin types.
2. Make micellar water your ally
An important component in cleansing, you could give your toner some days off in winter, replacing it with something that has a more delicate effect. Instead of using toner every day, alternate it with micellar water. Micellar Water, from Chronos, cleanses, removes makeup, and hydrates for up to eight hours.
3. Oils are great
Oils are great for retaining water in the body, which is why they are very welcome in wintertime. Since they are super-concentrated, they should be used with moderation. A good option is Daily Revitalizing Oil, which employs an exclusive dry touch anti-pollution and anti-stress technology.
4. Don’t go without moisturizer
Moisturizers are indispensable for all skin types because they help protect your skin from harmful agents, such as pollution. Would you like a versatile moisturizer for any time of the year? Use Aqua Auto-replenish Gel Hydrator: a super-concentrate that leaves the skin five times more hydrated for up to 24 hours.
5. Remember your sun protector
This product is indispensable even on cloudy days and should be reapplied every two hours. As well as preventing skin cancer, sun protectors help stop early aging.