Treat Yourself - The Best Christmas Gift to your Skin

Posted by Judy Cheung-Wood on

This time of year can be hectic and often involves organizing gifts or celebrations for the people around you, but don’t forget to take care of yourself! It can be really easy to get caught up in extra work, Christmas parties and family engagements. It is still really important to keep up your routines and maintain your healthy skin so you’re looking and feeling great. Make sure you treat yourself and your skin during the ‘silly’ season. There’s a few ways to make sure you’re on the right track: - Know your skin Make sure you properly understand your skin type and how it is changing, as you get older. Also be aware of any changes that are signs of extra stress, sun damage or allergies. As it gets hotter and your social life is busier make sure you are drinking plenty of water and wearing sunscreen. Also keep up the moisturiser. - Keep your routine Just because your schedule might be a bit different or you’re busier than normal don’t forget to keep up your skin care regime. Especially if you’re partying more often and wearing more make up, keep up the washing and moisturising. - Treat yourself Now is as good a time as any to make sure your skincare product stash is up to date and the best quality and ingredients for your skin. You need a strong but gentle face wash and a nourishing moisturiser as a good base. SkinB5 have some excellent products that are great for all skin types including sensitive skin. They combine topical external products and all-natural internal supplements will work wonders for combatting breakouts and minimising excess oil. This is especially helpful during the warmer months. The main thing as always is to make sure you’re taking care of yourself whilst being able to enjoy the holiday season.

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