While the thought of Jack Frost nipping at your nose may sound sweet, the cold, dry months of winter can damage to your skin. And much like winterizing your house and car, you should take the same diligence with your skin.
1. Moisturize. Winter air tends to be less humid due to the cold temperatures. This can dry out your skin, especially on your face, hands and feet. Using a moisturizer packed with vitamins and emollients can help save your skin.
Relivables® r Night moisturizer contains nutrients like soy to help with moisture retention, Pycnogenol® to improve skin elasticity and Co-Q10 to fight wrinkles — important components of the RA7 complex.
2. Humidify. When the cold hits, we all do the same thing — crank up the heater. Adding a humidifier to your home can put some moisture back in to the air and go a long way to helping your skin feel softer.
3. Protect. Just because we have stowed away the swim trunks and bikinis, doesn’t mean we should forego the sunscreen. The sun can do damage no matter what the season or temperature. Using a daily moisturizer with an SPF of 15 or more will prevent premature aging caused by UV rays.
Relivables® r Day moisturizer contains SPF 15 and is loaded with rich emollients to hydrate the skin all day.
4. Hydrate. Hydrated skin is healthy skin. Your organs work best when they are properly hydrated, and your skin is your body’s largest organ. Well-hydrated skin appears plump and dewy, with the appearance of fewer wrinkles.
Finding it difficult to get those eight 8-ounce glasses of water in? Try substituting a glass of water with Reliv’s Innergize!®. Your body gets the hydration it needs and you get extra energy with a great taste.