Winter Skincare Guide – How To Get The Best Results
Wondering how to use our moisturizing skincare in the winter? We’re asked many questions about what natural skincare products to use, how often, and in what order for the best results.
Below shows what body care to use over several days as a guide to successfully treat your dry skin. Then see more detail about how the body scrub, body oil, and lotion stick complement each other to give you soft, glowing skin every day. Even in the winter or other drying weather. Feel free to mix it up to see what works best for you and your skin!
Day 1 - Body scrub + lotion stick
Day 2 - Body oil + lotion stick when and where needed
Day 3 - Body scrub + lotion Stick
Day 4 - Body oil + lotion stick when and where needed
The body scrub is intended for every other day, alternating days with body oil. Use while in the shower to exfoliate and moisturize skin. Rub gently on your body (not face). The sugar will melt away under a warm shower. Follow with lotion or lotion stick. The scrub leaves dry skin soft and glowing. It gently polishes, moisturizes, and protects skin.
The body oil is intended for every other day, alternating days with body scrub. Use after a shower or bath. Rub all over your body (not face). It will quickly soak into your moist skin. Follow with lotion stick when and where needed. The oil leaves dry skin deeply moisturized and soft all day.
The lotion stick is intended for every day AND on the go. Glide stick over your body (not face) after a shower or bath. It will be absorbed by skin where it’s needed most. The lotion stick leaves dry skin soft and protected from harsh weather. It is portable and spill-proof skincare. You can leave the lotion stick in your bathroom, carry it in your purse, gym bag, pocket, travel bag, or leave one in your desk or car.
Try these ideas on how to treat your skin during winter. We'd love to hear how our clean beauty works best for you.
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I used to be focused on the facts: black and white. Then after my corporate career, I discovered lots of other beautiful colors. The yellow that peace of mind can bring. The orange of relaxed confidence. All brought out through a commitment to self-care.
I really wanted to help other women get excited about self-care by treating their bodies with respect. It needed to be something you could see AND feel. There were more colors out there for everyone to explore. You could close your eyes, smell and touch something beautiful. A guilt-free way to feel good about yourself. It was so simple and I knew everyone could do it!
- EXFOLIATE hands weekly
- MOISTURIZE hands after every wash
- MOISTURIZE cuticles daily
- NOURISH. Apply deep moisturizer weekly
- CLEAN. Use moisturizing hand sanitizer