We ask read­ers about their go-to prod­ucts that help make the colder weather a lit­tle more bear­able

Marie Claire (South Africa) - - BEAUTY -

CANDICE ROS­SOUW owner of Candi Makeup and The Bride’s Of­fice

‘Make Up For­ever Face & Body Liq­uid Foun­da­tion, as it is bet­ter for my dry skin in win­ter than the pow­der I use for ab­sorb­ing oil dur­ing hot sum­mer months. This foun­da­tion is wa­ter-based, leav­ing my skin feel­ing soft,

hy­drated and ra­di­ant.’

NONJABULO MATSILA pho­tog­ra­pher

‘My win­ter saviour is wear­ing foun­da­tion. I have a light com­plex­ion

so in sum­mer, I don’t wear any. In win­ter, I tend

to look very pale so the foun­da­tion gives my skin the ra­di­ance and colour

it needs.’


free­lance cu­ra­tor and artist

‘Ae­sop Pars­ley Seed Anti-Ox­i­dant Hy­dra­tor, which leaves my skin su­per soft. I al­ways make sure I keep my skin well hy­drated in

the dry months.’

CHARNAY SHABE sales co­or­di­na­tor

‘My win­ter beauty saviour is an old favourite. Since I can re­mem­ber, I have al­ways used petroleum jelly on my skin to pro­tect it from de­hy­dra­tion. I can­not get through the sea­son

with­out it!’


TV re­porter

‘El­iz­a­beth Ar­den Eight Hour Cream. It re­ally is an all-round beauty es­sen­tial for

dry win­ter skin.’

RICCI-LEE KAL­ISH MC fash­ion in­tern

‘MAC lip­stick in Rebel, as it pro­vides some much needed colour on dull win­ter days.’

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