DRY SKIN

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The best skin­care rou­tine for dry skin typ­i­cally con­tains prod­ucts that keep skin hy­drated. Dry skin has a dam­aged mois­ture bar­rier, the skin has in­vis­i­ble cracks in it and it al­lows mois­ture to es­cape and ir­ri­tants to get in more eas­ily.

Morn­ing Rou­tine- Cleans­ing lo­tion, Toner, An­tiox­i­dant serum, Hy­drat­ing Mois­tur­izer with SPF Night Rou­tine- Cleans­ing Lo­tion, Toner, Retinol cream, Eye cream Weekly Rou­tine- At home peel face oil Cleans­ing Lo­tion: Look for a cleanser, which doesn’t strip oil off your face yet still leaves the skin clean, soft and hy­drated. RENÉE ROULEAU VI­TA­MIN-IN­FUSED

Cleans­ing Emul­sion: gen­tly melts away makeup along with sur­face dry cell buildup to leave skin feel­ing soft, fresh and dewy. Toner: A good toner will help re­store the mois­ture bal­ance of your skin while ac­tively im­prov­ing your skin’s tex­ture. It will also con­trol red­ness and flak­ing when it comes to dry skin. CLARINS EX­TRA COM­FORT TON­ING LO­TION An­tiox­i­dant Serum: Ap­ply a highly po­tent an­tiox­i­dant

serum that con­tains vi­ta­mins E, A, and C dur­ing the day­time to help pre­vent col­la­gen break­down just make sure to fol­low with SPF. SKINCEUTICAL AN­TIOX­I­DANT SERUM Hy­drat­ing Mois­turiser With SPF: Some in­gre­di­ents to look for in mois­tur­iz­ers are rosehip seed oil, evening prim­rose oil, bor­age oil, phos­pho­lipids, cran­berry oil, sweet al­mond oil, and jo­joba oil. All of these in­gre­di­ents mimic the nat­u­ral lipids in your skin and do a bet­ter job of re­pair­ing your skin’s mois­ture bar­rier. LA ROCHE POSAY SUN­SCREEN MOIS­TURISER

Eye Cream: Eye cream with pep­tides is one to con­sider be­cause they’re good for boost­ing col­la­gen ac­tiv­ity, Try Soap & Glory’s Make Your­self Youth­ful Re­ju­ve­nat­ing Eye Cream very af­ford­able and ef­fec­tive Retinol Cream: Retinol un­clog pores, boost col­la­gen to re­duce fine lines, fade dark spots re­sult­ing from photo-ag­ing, hy­per­pig­men­ta­tion, hor­monal changes, and blem­ish scars and speed cell turnover to even out dis­col­oration and smooth the skin—some­times in as lit­tle as four weeks. Us­ing a serum is good but us­ing a retinol cream is even bet­ter for dry skin. In­fuse Retinol creams in your reg­i­men five nights a week. ROC RETINOL CORREXION SEN­SI­TIVE NIGHT CREAM At Home Peel: Dry skin re­sponds well to gen­tle ex­fo­li­a­tion. Dry skin has in­vis­i­ble cracks so you should avoid us­ing a fa­cial scrub with sharp edges. Chem­i­cal de­fo­liants do a bet­ter job of dis­solv­ing dead skin cells with­out tear­ing at your skin, TRIPPLE BERRY SOOTH­ING PEEL is good at re­pair­ing dry dead cells. Lastly if your skin is ex­tremely dry, you can swap your night mois­tur­izer for nour­ish­ing face oil like full of hy­drat­ing nat­u­ral in­gre­di­ents. CLARINS SANTAL FACE TREAT­MENT OIL

BEST-RETINOLSDRY-SKIN-4 RE­NEE ROULEAU TRIPPLE BERRY SOOTH­ING PEEL

CLARINS EX­TRA COM­FORT TON­ING LO­TION

LA ROCHE POSAY SUN­SCREEN MOIS­TUR­IZER SKINCEUTICAL AN­TIOX­I­DANT SERUM

CLARINS EX­TRA COM­FORT TON­ING LO­TION

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