Winter Skin Care

 

Winter Skin Care

winter skin care

Winter skin care is as important as skin care during any other season. In fact, skin becomes more dry and subject to cracking during colder months. This includes your lips, face, legs, arms, and just about everywhere else. Skin exposed to the elements, like your lips, are especially vulnerable. Lip balm and lotion or body butter can be very beneficial during the Winter months. They can even be used as gifts during the holidays.

During Winter months, skin can become dehydrated easily and your skin can actually age faster because of it. Fine lines can form in these months, and age spots can pop up. Those suffering with eczema or psoriasis will have more flare-ups than ever, which can make Winter especially difficult for their skin. This and more is why it is so important to keep skin hydrated and protected from the cold weather.

We have a simple DIY recipe to help with your Winter skin care routine. It’s a body balm that can even be put on your lips and face! There are no toxins in this recipe, just good ole natural skin moisture and protection.

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Using a double boiler on low-medium heat, melt together the shea butter, coconut oil, and beeswax.
  2. Once melted, remove from heat and stir well.
  3. Let it sit for half an hour in room temperature, then add in the lavender oil.
  4. Mix well for several minutes until well combined.
  5. Immediately pour into your desired container, a small mason jar works great. Make sure the container is sealable!
  6. Set in the fridge overnight.
  7. Take your product out of the fridge, and it’s all done!
  8. Store away from heat and moisture, and keep the lid on when not in use.

This Winter Body Balm will soothe dehydrated skin while infusing moisture and protecting your skin from the elements. Simply use a finger and rub to melt a small amount to apply to skin. A little goes a long way! It’s one of the easiest skin balm recipes you can make. How do you make sure your skin stays moisturized in the Winter months? Let us know in the comments!

 

 
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