Battling dry skin in the winter months is something almost everyone suffers from. Dry skin can make your face look dull and enhance fine lines and wrinkles. Who wants that? The good news is that there are some great products and affordable treatment options available to help conquer dry, dull winter skin.
First, it is important to use good skin care products that can help lightly exfoliate the dead skin cells off your face and help replenish, nourish and hydrate your skin with nutrients, peptides and antioxidants. Some of my favorite products that can offer superior results and truly work at the cellular level are ZO® Skin Health products. Top favorites for the winter are their Hydrating Cleanser, Exfoliating Polish, Daily Power Defense, Hydrating Crème and Growth Factor Serum. A good home skin care regimen will not only improve your skin’s texture, but will improve the overall quality and health of your skin preventing future damage and premature aging.
Another recommendation to combat dry winter skin is to get regular HydraFacials. This treatment is an excellent method to exfoliate all the dead skin cells, while also cleansing, extracting and infusing hydrating nutrients, peptides and antioxidants into your skin. This treatment has no downtime and will leave your skin looking absolutely radiant and glowing. It’s the perfect treatment for any skin type and will have you looking your best for the New Year!
ZO® Skin Health products in conjunction with monthly HydraFacials will allow your skin to shed off that dull layer of dead skin cells and keep your skin looking smooth, youthful and luminous. For any questions regarding these products or treatment options visit www.naturalelegancebeauty.com or call 909-219-4236 to speak with one of our highly trained and experienced skin care professionals.
Heather Parlett is the owner and Physician Assistant of Natural Elegance Beauty MedSpa. Heather is a nationally certified Physician Assistant (PA-C) with a Master of Science Degree from Loma Linda University. You can contact Heather at: