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Winter Skin Care

In winter we keep ourselves warm with layers of clothing and heating. However this often results in a dry, itchy and irritated skin. When you take our winter care tips to heart, your skin will stay in excellent condition!

Facial care

The face is the part of the body that is most exposed to its environment and therefore has to deal directly with weather changes. It therefore deserves some extra care...


Especially in winter, the use of a serum can make a big difference and provide the much needed extra nutrition and hydration to your skin. Always use it before applying your day or nightcream.

Day/Night cream

Never skip your face cream! Most people prefer to use a richer cream in winter than in summer. Experiment with this. In any case, it is good to alternate between creams so your skin does not get lazy. Discover here which face cream best suits your skin type. 


It is extra important in winter to regularly treat your skin with a face mask, because this provides it with extra nutrition and hydration. Before applying the mask, cleanse your skin with a mild cleanser. Then apply a rich layer of facial mask and follow the instructions of the mask of your choice. If you have a combined skin, you can apply several masks at the same time at the different areas of your face ('Multi-masking') for optimal care. 

Extra tip

Never wash your face with hot water, even when it's cold outside. The blood vessels in the face contract when they come into contact with heat, often resulting in red spots on the skin.


Body care

How can your skin be damaged by the winter cold when it is protected by warm clothing? The many layers of clothing make it harder for your skin to breath which results in drier skin. To prevent this, it is important to regularly moisturize your skin with a rich Body Cream or Body Butter. Don't shower too long or too hot, even though this is very tempting ; it easily dries out the skin. You can remove dead skin cells by using a Body Peeling (1-2 times a week).


Do not forget to care for your hands either! In winter, many people suffer from chapped skin on the hands. Regularly use a Hands & Nails cream and wash them mildly ...


Take a regular foot bath with Dead Sea salt. Feet are your 'third kidney'. The feet secrete a lot of toxins and waste products through the soles of the feet. By means of a foot bath with Dead Sea salt you stimulate the detoxification of your body. After your foot bath (or while showering), remove excess calluses from the feet with a pumic stone and regularly (preferably daily) use a moisturizing Foot Cream to keep your feet in a good condition and prevent gaps and calluses.


Hair care

In winter your hair suffers from the contrast between the cold outside and the warm, dry air inside. Heating reduces the relative humidity in the house, which makes your hair dry out more easily. The hair contains less sebum and fluid and looks fragile and lifeless. The symptoms of dry hair are split ends, static hair that looks dull and feels rough. Hairs break off easily and quickly form knots. Dry hair is very fragile.

Washing your hair

Do not wash your hair with hot water; this makes it extra vulnerable. Lukewarm water is better. Use a Shampoo and Conditioner  adapted for dry and damaged hair. Massage the shampoo with the fingertips into the hair and try to avoid rubbing. Be careful with long nails, they can damage your hair and scalp. Use the shampoo twice: the first time you remove dirt, dust and grease from your hair. During the second wash, the special ingredients work most effectively.

Drying your hair

Dab wet hair gently, because it breaks very quickly. Then wrap a towel around your head to absorb the excess moisture. Only when your hair is dry, you can comb it carefully. Never brush wet hair ! Be careful with the combing of knots. Proceed gently to prevent hair from breaking. Dry your hair preferably in open air. If you still want to use a hair dryer, set it to the lowest position and do not hold it too close to the scalp. A Hair Serum or Cream provides extra protection when blow drying and ensures your hair to be easier modelled.

Additional advice

Treat your hair regularly with a Hair Mask. Limit the frequent wearing of hats; they make your hair static. Rub your hair regularly with your hands to stimulate sebum production. In addition, the skin of the hands contains sebaceous glands that secrete oils.

Static hair

In winter, many people suffer from static hair. The cause is friction: negatively charged particles exert attraction on positively charged particles. It occurs most often when brushing or combing dry hair. What can you do about this ? Always use a hair conditioner after washing your hair. This works anti-static. Use a comb made of horn or bone. Hair consists largely of keratin or horn. Equal poles repel each other.


Protecting your skin in cold weather

The promise of a real winter with skating and skiing opportunities lies ahead of us. A dilemma that many people encounter is whether or not it is wise to use a face cream when it freezes. If you apply a face cream when it freezes, you are less likely to realize that your face is freezing. It also does not help prevent frostbite.

However, if you know that a cream affects your perceived temperature (your skin feels warmer), you can take this into account. By regularly using a nourishing cream and protecting your body sufficiently with clothing, you keep your skin warm and ensure that the moisture in the skin evaporates less quickly. If you also cover your face as much as possible, the temperature differences are minimized.

In brief:

You can use a face cream when it freezes as long as you are aware that you are less likely to feel that your skin needs help.

Additional advice:

• When you are out of the cold, take extra care of your skin with a moisturizing cream. When doing this, make sure it has enough time to be absorbed by the skin before going outside again.

Eye contour care

In winter, the skin around the eyes (including the eyelids) can become dry and irritated due to the combination of dry, cold wind and heating. Therefore, do not forget to also pay attention to and take care of this vulnerable part. Eczema on the eyelids can also become more pronounced during this time of the year. It is important to take care of the skin with products that are specifically suitable for this area, because it has different needs than the rest of the face.


Hydrate more often

Most people have the habit of hydrating their skin no more than twice a day. However, if you suffer from dry spots, redness and a dull appearance, we recommend moisturizing both the face and hands as needed. This can prevent a lot of skin complaints!


Furthermore ... In winter, pay extra attention to your diet. You are what you eat. Drink plenty of water and make sure that you take regular exercise, preferably in the open air!


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