If you suffer from dry skin, Bioeffect's Daytime Rich for Dry Skin is the perfect way to achieve a supple and glowing complexion. In this post, we take a look at this natural, bioengineered product, as well as give advice on effective moisturising this season.
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At different points in the year, we must employ different skincare and beauty regimes; because of the changing temperature and humidity, and the effect this can have on our skin.
We’re entering the stage when those who suffer from dry skin begin to see their symptoms flare up. During this period, the colder weather can cause our skin to become dry and problematic.
Regular moisturizing is key at any time of year, but it is even more important during the cooler months. Still, be careful, there are certain products you should avoid if your have dry skin.
Let’s take a look at one of the best products available to help with dry skin.
Introducing Bioeffect Daytime Rich
Bioeffect's Daytime range offers unparalleled skin care for those who want to achieve supple and soft skin.
Our Daytime Rich for dry skin, brought to you by the scientists who pioneered the Bioeffect brand, contains the same EGF cellular activator as other Bioeffect products; the nourishing formula of the new Bioeffect Daytime for dry skin restores the moisture level of dry skin and renews its youthful glow.
With the addition of the new Bioeffect Daytime for dry skin to the range, women of all skin types may now enjoy the benefits of a Bioeffect Daytime moisturiser.
Rich and luxurious in texture, the nourishing new cream is quickly absorbed into the skin and very well suited for use under foundation. It is suitable for people with dry skin who seek to maintain normal moisture levels throughout the day.
For noticeably smoother skin, use this moisturiser and you will see results within a few days.
How to Use
Apply this formula after cleansing your face or showering in the morning. Bioeffect Daytime should be applied on the whole face and down the neck.
Wait at least three minutes before applying make-up.
5 Tips for Smart Moisturising
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Following the same skin care routine all year round won’t work as well when the temperature starts to drop or when the humidity goes out of the air. Without adapting your skincare regime, dry air can make fine lines and wrinkles even more pronounced.
To help heal dry skin and prevent its return, dermatologists recommend the following:
1. Prevent Showers and Baths from Making Skin Worse...
Water likes to move from high concentrations to low concentrations. Therefore—counterintuitively—your skin is at its most susceptible to drying out straight after you bath or shower. To avoid this from happening:
- Close the bathroom door
- Limit shower time to 5-10 minutes
- Use warm, rather than hot, water
- Wash with a gentle fragrance-free cleanser
- Apply enough cleanser to remove dirt and oil, but not so much that you see a thick lather
- Dab your skin dry with a towel instead of vigorously rubbing
- Apply plenty of moistuiser straight after you shower or bath
2. Apply Moisturisers Immediately After Washing…
Ointments, creams and lotions work by trapping existing moisture into your skin. To trap this much-needed moisture, apply a moisturiser within a few minutes of:
- Drying off after a shower or bath
- Washing your face or hands
3. Only Use Gentle, Unscented Skincare Products…
Some products are too harsh for dry, sensitive skin. When your skin is dry, stop using:
- Deodorant soaps
- Skincare products that contain alcohol, fragrance, retinoids, or alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA)
4. Wear Gloves…
Our hands are often the first place we notice dry skin. You can reduce dry, raw skin by wearing protective gloves. Always put gloves on before you:
- Go outdoors in winter
- Perform tasks that require you to get your skin wet
- Get chemicals, greases or other substances on your hands
5. Add Moisture to the Air...
Try plugging in a humidifier. Check your home heating system to see if you have one.