A Winter’s Chill

How to Help Your Skin Survive Cold Weather

December 29, 2018

For many of us, our skin care regimen changes in the winter months. This is the time of year when your skin may need extra attention to help prevent dryness and irritation. Try the following tips to help your skin survive the winter cold, stay hydrated and keep skin looking healthy.

A Boost of Luxurious Hydration

Skin commonly craves extra hydration during the colder, windy months. Use a moisturizer twice a day, such as an Epionce Renewal Facial product. For extra hydration, use Epionce Intensive Nourishing Cream at night to help boost the outcome of your anti-aging routine. The ultra-rich cream will provide superior moisturization for photoaged skin on the face, neck and décolleté. The luxurious night cream helps address the visible appearance of photoaging and is formulated for all skin types to complement any anti-aging regimen.

Intensive Nourishing Cream

Soothe Dry, Irritated Skin

You have found your winter skin essential, Epionce Enriched Firming Mask! This winter weather must-have will give your skin an instant boost of hydration while calming any irritation caused by the crisp weather. Apply for 5-10 minutes then rinse. For extra hydration, leave on overnight to allow it to absorb into your skin then rinse during your morning regimen.

Enriched Firming Mask

Protect the Lips

We often forget about a crucial part of our face that tends to be very dry during the winter months – our lips. Epionce Anti-Aging Lip Renewal will help prevent uncomfortable dryness and chapped skin. It is also an excellent primer to improve the color longevity of your lipstick. Use 1-2 times daily for optimal results.

Anti-Aging Lip Renewal

Contact your Epionce skin care professional to learn more about these products and how to adjust your skin care regimen for the winter.

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