Treating Parched, Dry Skin in Winter: What To Do & Not To Do!
- Dr, Jart Ceramidin Cream ($48.00-$69.00): supercharged with 5 different ceramides, bifida ferment lysate, beetroot and hyaluronic acid. Keeps skin nourished throughout days in harsh climates.
- CeraVe Moisturizing Cream ($14.71): contains ceramides, hyaluronic acid, glycerin and developed with MVE Technology (controlled release for all day hydration).
- Sunday Riley ICE Moisturizing Cream ($65.00): contains ceramides and a combination of glycerin and other ingredients to strengthen the natural moisture barrier. This is a thick, rich cream that really helps to keep TEWL at bay. Trans epidermal water loss is occurs when moisture is lost from the top layers of the epidermis. Contains coconut extract to reduce TEWL and beetroot extract addresses dehydration.
- First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream ($14.00-$42.00): even though this cream is ultra light and whipped, it is by no means a light cream. It contains colloidal oatmeal and works great for those with eczema, or dry itchy skin. It also just works great in general on dry, dehydrated skin. It also contains shea butter and ceramides plus a FAB Antioxidant Booster