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The cold of winter and dry air take both their toll on your hands! Here are a few suggestions for treating the most common problems. It’s time to fight back with an iron hand… in a velvet glove, of course!
Over time, your skin is put under considerable strain. Thanks to body and face care such as scrubs (exfoliation) and peels, you can get rid of dead skin cells, promote cell renewal and stimulate the production of collagen. Go for it—renew your skin!
Winter can be harsh for lips. The cold and temperature variations will cause them to dry, crack, burn and become chapped. Rely on a 4-step routine to make your lips soft again!
Sometimes, your complexion just needs a helping hand to reveal its natural glow. These tips will help you look your best.
The sun's rays are just as harmful for your skin in the winter as they are in the summer, and maybe even more so! Because of the snow, the reflection increases your skin's exposure to UVA and UVB rays. Proper sun protection is required, especially if you have blond or red hair, or fair or sensitive skin.