I know you agree with me in acknowledging that our skin deserves great attention and care, and it deserves to not be thirsty! And since our dear skin soaks up whatever chemicals we rub onto it through lotions, let us make sure we are using the safest products possible.
Keeping my skin moisturized can be challenging, particularly during the winter weather season between snowboarding, running outside and just being a busy mom-on-the-go, I need to make sure that the products I use to moisturize my body in the morning are not only safe, but that they preform and keep my skin hydrated throughout the day.
Well, I’ve put my Beautycounter moisturizing routine to the ultimate test this week while my family and I have been on vacation in Mont Trmeblant, Quebec. My face has endured six days of intense snowboarding and wind exposure and my body has been exposed to airport dryness and the constant change of air temperature between being outside in the elements and going into over-heated restaurants and shops. And the result?
My skin has remained hyper-hydrated and happy. I call that a win!
Perhaps even better than that is that my 9-month-old baby, who often battles dryness from eczema, has retained hydrated and supple skin throughout our little vacation. Here’s what I have found successfully keeps my skin from being thirsty:
HYDRATION GAME-CHANGER #1:
HYDRATION GAME-CHANGER #2:
Don’t let your skin be thirsty anymore, and make sure that what put on your skin is safe and beautiful. I couldn’t be happier right now with the hydration and softness of my skin and for that reason I had to share my success with you. Get your Beautycounter products by clicking on the links highlighted in the products I shared that I use or shop directly at www.beautycounter.com/trishblackwell
PS: Your skin deserves the best; we only get one skin for life, so let us honor it, hydrate it and always put safe and non-toxic products on it. When you know better, you do better, so do some #betterbeauty for your skin care and hydration today! I promise, you won’t regret it.