Hydrating from head to toes

Keeping your skin hydrated will provide your epidermis with all the active ingredients it needs. Here’s how to hydrate your entire body and keep your skin looking young and healthy.

Clean the skin on your face every day with a lotion designed for this purpose and use a scrub at least once a week. Every morning after cleaning your skin, apply a moisturizing cream and an eye contour cream. Don’t forget to use night cream before going to bed because your skin’s cells regenerate when you sleep.

HydraForce BB Hydra-Protective Tinted Veil, Clear
Lise Watier

HydraForce BB Hydra-Protective Tinted Veil, Clear

BODY

Exfoliate your skin in the shower at least once a week. Apply an exfoliating product with your fingers using small circular motions and focus on areas with rougher skin (elbows, knees, heels, etc.). Then wash with a soap or shower gel containing hydrating agents. Finally, thoroughly dry your skin and apply a moisturizing body cream or lotion.

HANDS

Wash your hands and then massage them with a moisturizing cream for approximately 5 minutes. If your hands are red and very dry, you can use lanolin cream. Products that contain argan oil or shea butter are also good for very dry hands. After moisturizing with the cream of your choice, you can wear moisturizing gloves overnight to protect your hands from environmental aggressors and help the cream efficiently penetrate into the epidermis.

Our suggestion: Personnelle fragrance-free hand cream

HydraForce BB Hydra-Protective Tinted Veil, 35 ml, Teint Porcelaine
Lise Watier

HydraForce BB Hydra-Protective Tinted Veil, 35 ml, Teint Porcelaine

FEET

It’s important to take a foot bath every week. To do so, soak your feet for 15 minutes in warm water with added sea salt or glycerin. Dry your feet and use a pumice stone on rough areas. Finally, apply a moisturizing cream specifically designed for feet.

Foot Beauty Cream, 75 ml
Caudalie

Foot Beauty Cream, 75 ml

Ultra-repairing, draining effect, relaxing.

HAIR SCALP

A dry scalp is often to blame for dandruff and can also cause itchiness and tingling. But what you might not know is that it can also make your hair dry and brittle, so you need to keep your scalp hydrated. Use a hair mask once a week along with rich serums and nourishing hairstyling products. Products that contain shea butter, avocado or coconut oil are also effective.

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Hydrating from head to toes

Keeping your skin hydrated will provide your epidermis with all the active ingredients it needs. Here’s how to hydrate your entire body and keep your skin looking young and healthy.
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