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With frigid temperatures and moisture-zapping indoor heat, winter takes its toll. Luckily, we have some tips for healthy winter skin from Derma E.
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4 Tips For Healthy Winter Skin From Derma E

Woman breathing on her hands to keep them warm at cold winter day

Written by Dr. Linda Miles, VP & Formulator of Derma E

With frigid temperatures, chilly winds and moisture-zapping indoor heat, winter can definitely take its toll on your skin. Dry, flaky cheeks, chapped hands and cracked skin may seem inevitable, but fortunately, Dr. Linda Miles has come to the rescue with some excellent tips and products so that we can all have healthy winter skin.

#1 Exfoliate

In the winter, it’s important to loosen and lift away dead, flaky skin that can otherwise lead to a dull, ashy appearance. I recommend using an effective yet gentle scrub such as derma e® Microdermabrasion Scrub. With a natural micro-crystal blend of Dead Sea Salt and Volcanic Sand, the fine grains work beautifully to reveal soft, smooth, luminous skin. Used once or twice a week it can help stimulate healthy surface renewal, visibly diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and prepare skin to receive the maximum benefits from treatment or moisturizer. It also works great on elbows, knees, or anywhere else skin is dry and flaky.

#2 Maximize Healthy Moisture

Winter can deplete skin of water and inhibit delivery of vital nutrients to skin. To restore skin’s moisture, I recommend skin care products loaded with humectants, emollients and nutrients. derma e®Hydrating Serum, Day  and Night Crème are great choices, because they each contain the powerful humectant Hyaluronic Acid plusantioxidant Vitamin C and skin-conditioning Panthenol. Twice a day after cleansing and toning, apply the Hydrating Serum for a surge of moisture. Follow with Hydrating Day in the morning or Night Crème in the evening. Skin will look and feel instantly softer, smoother and more supple.

#3 Help for Dry Hands

Hands have it especially rough this time of year. Exposure to the elements and frequent hand washing can leave your hands uncomfortably chapped and dry. An ideal solution is the derma e® Vitamin E Intensive Therapy Hand Crème – it delivers a healthy dose of full-spectrum Vitamin E, deeply penetrating to instantly replenish extremely dry, over-worked, weather worn hands. Carry it with you and use it as often as needed to keep even severely chapped, cracked hands soft, smooth and restored.

#4 All-Over Softness

During winter, trade up to a body moisturizer richer and more intensive than the one you use during other seasons. You can deeply moisturize and nourish skin all over, including extra dry skin on your arms, elbows, legs and feet, with derma e® Vitamin E Intensive Therapy Body Balm. This concentrated treatment has naturally-sourced full spectrum Vitamin E and extra-rich skin conditioners to rescue and restore even the most extreme cases of dry, dehydrated skin.  You won’t believe how moisturized, soft and smooth your skin will be!

Dr. Linda Miles, DOM, Vice President and Formulator of derma e®, has blended her expertise in complementary health care and biotechnology for over three decades, pioneering the development of innovative, high-performance natural personal care products. As part of her lifelong passion in holistic health, Miles received status as a Doctor of Oriental Medicine (DOM) from the state of New Mexico. She also earned her Masters Degree in Oriental Medicine from Emperors College of Traditional Oriental Medicine and is a Licensed Acupuncturist.

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This article is for educational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent diseases. We cannot provide medical advice or specific advice on products related to treatments of a disease or illness. You must consult with your professional health care provider before starting any diet, exercise or supplementation program, and before taking, varying the dosage of or ceasing to take any medication.

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