Glowing Skin in 3 Easy Steps

By  December 10, 2013

Desperate times call for desperate measures. Chapped, dry skin is a death sentence for glamour girls who take their beauty routines as seriously as they do their shoe shopping. As the temperature outside dips, the perfectly moisturized skin we knew from seasons before is now screaming for some serious comfort and intense hydration. But don’t fret, because keeping your pretty skin in check this winter is as easy as 1-2-3.


The first step in your winter skin care regimen should be a cleanser like Neutrogena Ultra Daily Cleanser. It’s your first line of defense, as it contains salicylic acid to remove dry skin and prevent breakouts while it keeps your skin’s natural moisture barrier intact.


Do-it-yourself enthusiasts are the first to think about using products that multitask, and it’s time the rest of us do too. La Tourangelle might seem like just a specialty cooking oil in your kitchen cabinet, but it can be a beauty essential as well. It contains 100 percent organic sunflower oil, avocado oil, and vitamins B, C, D, E, and K. Slather it on from head to toe before jumping into the shower, let it stand for 60 seconds, and rinse.


Make tanning a year-round activity with Fake Bake’s Tanning Body Butter for Dry Skin—of course, it’s without the threat of sunburn. The self-tanner will help you achieve that sought-after golden glow anytime and any place, while the shea butter will leave your skin feeling hydrated and comforted all season long.