Ingredients You Need In Your Winter Skin Care Routine

Ingredients You Need In Your Winter Skin Care Routine

Whether you always have dry skin, or it’s behaving dry because of the seasonal drop in temperature and moisture in the air, here are 5 ingredients that you may not be familiar with that help nourish dry skin!

1. Seabuckthorn  Seabuckthorn sends fats deep into the skin, diminishing imbalances from the inside out. It contains omega fatty acids 3, 6, 7, and 9, antioxidants, vitamin, palmitoleic acids, carotenoids, and phytosterols. A single drop of Seabuckthorn oil contains 190 different bioactive compounds! We love @livinglibationsofficial Best Skin Ever for deep hydrating moisture.

2. Pro-vitamin B5: A humectant, pro-vitamin B5 attracts hydration to the skin and holds it there, helping improve skin's barrier function. We recommend @glossier Super Bounce for radiant, bouncy skin.

3. Ceremids are a structural component of the skins epidermis, or outer layer. They form a barrier between the external environment and the internal body. Adding ceremids work to relieving dry skin, by reducing moisture loss, increasing hydration and protecting the skin barrier. Try @paulaschoice Moisture Renewal Oil Booster.

4.  Sodium Hyaluronate: With a smaller molecular weight than hyaluronic acid, it is able to penetrate skin and deliver intense hydration. @drunkelephant B-Hydra™ Intensive Hydration Serum is a great source of both B5 and sodium hyaluronate.

5. Squalane: Derived from olives, squalane is a natural moisturizing factor. It acts as both a moisturizing agent and a natural antioxidant that soothes and prevents water loss from the surface of the skin
without leaving behind a greasy feel. We like @tataharperskincare beautifying face oil.

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