Winter skincare from Guinot Paris


guinot woman winter skin care

What are the top 5 winter skin care tips?

1. Exfoliation of the face and body are extremely important during this time of year. Dehydration due to the environment, use of hot water, and heat in the workplace or at home increase loss of moisture, which increases the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and blotchiness. For even better results, apply a mask after exfoliation to increase radiance, improve the texture of the skin, and increase moisture retention. Guinot proposes Perfect Radiance Exfoliating Cream for the face and Easy Body Scrub for exfoliation and Moisture Supplying Radiance Mask.

2. Apply a heavier protective cream to diminish wind burn and increase moisture retention. Guinot proposes Rich Anti-Wrinkle 888 Cream.

3. Gently exfoliate the lips and eye area and afterwards immediately apply a moisturizing mask to reduce moisture evaporation, flakiness, and to improve the appearance of the skin. Makeup will go on much smoother. Guinot proposals : Biological Peeling Radiance Gel and Instant Eye Mask.

4. Protect the fragile skin on your neck with a nourishing, protective cream specifically made for that area. Many of us don’t realize how much our neck area is affected during this time of year (scarves, turtle necks, and cold air). Dehydration increases leading us to be more prone to wrinkles and fine lines. Guinot proposal: Firming Vital Neck Care.

5. Exfoliate and use a mask on your hands. Guinot proposals : Easy Body Scrub and Longue Vie Hand Care in a thick layer (leave for 15 minutes and then massage until complete absorption).

How often should you get facials during the winter?
Treatments should be once or twice a month depending on the skin type or skin condition of the client.

What else should we remember to do to take care of our skin during the winter/holiday season?
Many people forget to use sunscreen during the winter. But eighty percent of the sun rays reflect from the snow versus twenty percent during the summer on the sand.

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