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Four Winter Time Tips to Make You Quit Singing the "Dry-Skin Blues"

Do you feel as if smooth skin a hopeless goal for you?

Not really. These four strategies can help…

  1. Hydrate your entire system with lots of water. During winter there's a tendency not to drink as much due to cool temperatures. You may want to bring your water to room temperature to encourage drinking more. Or enjoy more warm green tea, like the Royal Matcha Green Tea sold elsewhere on this website.
  2. Eat a healthy diet of mostly raw foods, foods high in omega-3 fatty acids, which produce a hydrating effect from the inside out. Winter might be a good time to increase your intake of krill oil also, for its omega-3s – and antioxidants such as Purple Defense and Curcumin.
  3. Take a revitalizing bath – in warm water, not hot! Himalayan salt baths are rejuvenating, and help dry skin to slough off. Hot water is damaging to your skin, so stick with warm water.
  4. Moisturize daily with non-clogging organic moisturizers such as coconut oil or body butter. These nourish your skin instead of clogging it, as many toxin-impaired moisturizers do.

It's especially important to cleanse and moisturize before you go to bed at night, to remove impurities from your skin before your revitalizing sleep time. Just be sure your moisturizer isn't tainted with toxins.

Why do I stress organic so much?

Because what you don't know – or even what's intentionally hidden from you – really can hurt you.

Continue reading to discover just how dangerous many moisturizer ingredients can be – even some very high-end (expensive) "spa" products.

Be sure to check your products against the list of dangerous ingredients that follows.

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