Jericho Dead Sea Skin Care Blog

How To Fight Dry Skin This Winter

Posted by Sarah Gershon on Thu, Nov 14, 2013 @ 04:11 AM

Winter is getting close, and the holiday season is not the time to let your skin get dry! The cooling air and is causing our skin to become dry, flaky and even irritated. So adjusting your skin care products to match the season is so important if you want to keep your skin looking healthy and feeling smooth. Start with the basic, and gradually see how it affects your skin. Luckily, Jericho Skincare products contain Dead Sea minerals that penetrate deep into the skin and nourish it from within, ensuring your skin's hydration during winter time.

For The Hands – your hands will be the first to show off any signs of dry skin, and should be treated with extra moisture. Jericho Hypoallergenic Dead Sea Hand Cream contains minerals from the Dead Sea that restores the natural balance to your hands and improves the overall natural skin regeneration. Take it along with you in your purse to apply all day long, or as needed.

 

Dead Sea Foot Cream

For The Feet – dry feet and cracked heels are also a sign of winter, and many suffer from it the colder it gets. Use Jericho Foot Cream every night before going to bed, and wear sock to hit up the foot and promote deeper penetration of the cream. Jericho’s fast-absorbing foot cream provides your skin with a rich concentration of minerals from the Dead Sea that will soften and refreshes feet. 

For The Elbows- you might not notice it as much as you would other body part, but dry ashy elbows are very common and can be hard to eliminate at times. To treat dry elbows use Jericho Dead Sea Salt Scrub on your elbows two to three times a week, followed by a touch of Body Butter to treat the skin and nourish it.

For The Lips - if winter could have a trade mark, it would probably be Chapped lips. Here's a great tip to treat your lips during winter: take a tiny bit of your mistrusting cream, and with a clean toothbrush rub it in little circular motions. It will help remove dry skin and help infuse the cream deep into your leaps.

 

Have any tips for dry winter skin? Share it with us!

 

Topics: Winter, dry skin