How to Cure Your Dry Skin This Winter?

February 06, 2019

How to Cure Your Dry Skin This Winter?

Did you know that in the winter your skin gets extremely dry from the cold and wind and also from indoor heating? This is true especially in Canada, where winter is harsh, long and unpredictable. Due to the radical temperature changes and low humidity, our skin cells produce a significantly lower amount of moisture, which often causes severe skin dehydration, red patches and hypersensitivity while making the skin itchy, wrinkled, and chapped. The negative impact on the skin rapidly accelerates skin aging and if you wish to look your best, you have to take extra good care of your skin during this challenging season.

 

Do Skin Moisturizers Really Work?

Frequent and generous skin moisturizing as well as deep and extensive skin nourishing are vital when attempting to protect the skin from frigid winter conditions. Skin moisturizers are designed to combat dehydration and dryness, however, not all of them are equally efficient, completely safe, and suitable for all skin types. At FEY Cosmetics we offer a number of organic skincare solutions that seriously address the “winter skin” problem based upon our innovative approach to skincare safety and efficiency.

 

ACQUA Hydrating Serum

This professional-grade skincare product contains a powerful combination of natural and organic ingredients such as meadowfoam seed and lemon verbena oils, aloe vera juice, and sea kelp, as well as grape and grapefruit seed extracts. The highly potent skincare formula is significantly reinforced by an intelligent hyaluronic acid-based delivery system that brings the ingredients deep inside the dermis making your skin radiant, soft, and perfectly moisturized.

 

FUSION Regenerating Serum

If you feel that the winter weather has already damaged your skin, it is time to discover FUSION Regenerating Serum, which was designed to provide immediate skin restoration and replenishment. Just like ACQUA Hydrating Serum, FUSION contains two specialized types of hyaluronic acid that regulate the delivery of the entire formula through skin layers affected by the harsh environmental fluctuations. This cutting-edge skincare booster will recharge your skin cells with a highly efficient combination of chlorella extract, sea kelp, tamanu and palmarosa oils, as well a group of essential amino acids and vitamin E, making your skin well hydrated, smooth and completely revitalized.

 

Vegan, Pure, and Cruelty-free

Unlike many other moisturizing skincare products available on the market, none of our serums contains paraben, propylene glycol, butylene glycol, or any other toxic or harmful substances. Purity, sustainability, and innovation are are our key values; we employ an all-natural multi-functional ingredient system for preservative-free and self-preserving skincare, which makes FEY Cosmetics formulas hypoallergenic, environmentally-friendly, and suitable for absolutely all skin types.






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