Do you need to ‘switch to rich’ to winter proof your skincare regime?
Let’s reassess your products for Autumn and the Winter months ahead. To be sure they’re going to give your skin the extra TLC it needs.
The cold wind and the drop in temperature will play havoc with your skin.
There’s more bad news too. Throw into the mix the moisture sapping effects of your central heating and you’ve got yourself a potential problem for your skin.
Your skin may become drier than normal, uncomfortable and show signs of sensitivity. It’s time to reassess your skincare products. Maybe you need to switch to a richer Skin Defence Cream?
The extra nurturing a richer Skin Defence Cream can give you, makes a simple switch for you.
You can also introduce a new group of key ingredients with your Skin Boost (Concentrate). This means you can treat more than one skin issue at a time.
For example. You may want to boost your moisture levels with our Award-Winning Rehydrating Concentrate and treat skin dryness and repair your skin barrier with our Dry Skin Rich Cream.
There’re so many variations when it comes to Katherine Daniels products. Each one will bring your skin exactly what it needs as the seasons change. And for those of you in it for ‘the long game’ our skincare combinations will see you through every decade of your adult life. Dealing with your skin changes as they present themselves.
As we turn up the heat at home and dial down the temperature outside, here’s what’s happening to your skin.
Your skin barrier is affected first.
Without good protection, your skin barrier (the uppermost layer that keeps the ‘good stuff’ in and the ‘bad stuff’ out) may become damaged. Not only letting your skin’s oil and moisture escape but letting environmental aggressors in. This causes damage at cellular and surface levels of your skin. Dryness, dehydration and signs of sensitivity.
SPF is the best protection from the cold.
Protect your skin during Autumn and Winter. Don’t put away your SPF! Sun protection is the best weather protection. UV is often still high during Autumn. Any outside activity, walking, biking or even spectating in the icy temperatures and biting wind will call for some extra skin protection.
'Switch to Rich'
If you’re used to a lightweight Skin Defence Cream. Switch to Rich - opt for our richer version. There’re no gloopy old fashion textures here at Katherine Daniels. Just richer, more protective. To help your skin stay healthy in the winter months ahead.
Rich enough already?
If you already prefer our richer textures. Try switching your concentrate. To increase depleted oil levels we recommend the Nurturing Night Balm. As the name suggests it’s our overnight, skincare hero. Ideal when your skin becomes parched of its natural oils during the cold winter months. A little goes a long way (your hands will thank you for some TLC too).
Your final coat of skin armour…
A layer of Daily DNA Defence SPF30 is so lightweight you won’t know you’re wearing it. It will protect your skin from the cold and wind. But also, UV rays, pollution particles and blue light from your smart tech. It’s your final coat of skin armour.
Fail to protect and your skin will take control (but not in good way)!
Without the protection provided by your products. Your skin will produce its own protective barrier, in the form of a dry rough layer. This usually appears first on your lower cheeks. This protective barrier will ensure nothing will get in. Skincare ingredients will sit superficially on your skin’s surface, giving no result.
Your personalised skincare advice is just a few clicks away.
If you’re in need of a helping hand. If you’re not sure which products are best for your skin. We’re here to help you choose. Our Virtual Skin Bar is available for 1-2-1 personal shopping.
Be assured, there’s no ‘telling off’ instore for you. Just good advice from our Co-Founder Donna, who has over 40 years skincare expertise. It’s the closest you’ll get to having your own skincare expert at home!
All you need is 20 minutes, a phone, tablet, or computer.
Book your Virtual Skin Bar appointment here.