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Top 5 tips to look your best, whatever the weather

A change in seasons can wreak havoc on your skin. Luckily there are simple solutions to make you look and feel great all year round, whatever the weather.

Here are our top 5 tips to look your best, whatever the weather.

Hydration

Keep your skin hydrated from the inside out all year round by keeping a reusable water bottle on you at all times. Use hydrating products like HA (hyaluronic serum) with your regular SkinBase moisturiser. Apply moisturiser straight after your shower for more absorption.

Moisturise and Protect

Never take shortcuts with your skin routine and remember daily SPF. Moisturiser gives a protective layer from pollutants and chemicals while preventing dryness, whatever the weather. Make sure you use the right type of moisturiser for your skin. Minimise sun damage by using SkinBase SPF all year round. You can pick up your SkinBase SPF in our shop.

Feed Your Skin from Within

As well as drinking plenty of water, a good diet is essential for healthy glowing skin.
 

Feed your body with the right balance of healthy food like:

  • Citrus fruit and berries (Vitamin C helps produce collagen)
  • Oily fish, nuts and seeds (Healthy fats provide essential fatty acids)
  • Almonds, avocados and pine nuts (Vitamin E protects skin from cell damage).
Avoid refined sugar which speeds up ageing.

Facial

To give weather-worn skin a boost, make time for a facial. Removing dead skin cells will reveal healthier skin. Try our Collagen Lift which suits all skin types. It boosts collagen production and tightens sagging skin – a perfect non-invasive boost.
 

Sleep, Sleep and more Sleep!

Beauty sleep is key for a glowing complexion, 7-9 hours is ideal to keep your skin healthy. Sleep renews, energises and detoxifies skin cells. A good night’s sleep will help you look your best whatever the weather.

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