Winter Skin Care Tips for Dry Skin

Winter is almost here and, for many of us, that means cold weather and more layers of clothes that add to the dry skin struggle. Don’t worry, I’ve got a few tips to help you conquer dry skin blues no matter how cold it gets.

Here are my top 3 product recommendations to keep your skin moisturized and glowing during the cold months.

1. A good soap bar . . .
is a must. Have you ever used a soap or cleanser that made your skin feel so stripped and itchy that it felt close to cracking? It’s not a fun feeling, and you have to follow up with a ton of moisturizer to get your skin looking and feeling okay. Sénica soap bars are wonderful alternatives because they cleanse and condition without drying out your skin. With at least 5% extra oils, these soap bars leave you fresh and clean after every shower.

Gallery - SWEET GINGER MINT Soap - blue Cleanse and condition with a Sénica soap bar.

2. A great exfoliator . . .
keeps your skin “baby soft” year round by removing dead skin. A weekly exfoliating session takes your simple skin care routine to the next level. Sénica’s brown sugar scrubs gently exfoliates the skin to reveal a vibrant, glowing you. Combined with the rich, natural oils of sweet almond and apricot kernel, these brown sugar scrubs leave your skin bursting with moisture and feeling soft to the touch. You can use them on your hands, feet, and shoulders. (Not sure how to use exfoliation in your skincare routine, check out these tips,

Lanbeli Scrub 4ozAdd Sénica’s Brown Sugar Scrub to your shower time, and you’ll be saying ooo laa laa all day long!

3. An excellent moisturizer . . .
will keep your skin soft and glowing. Sénica’s shea-based moisturizers and body oils to seal the moisture into your skin and keeps it supple, so it doesn’t crack and blister like dry, chapped skin would. The shea moisturizers absorb easily into the skin, so you won’t feel greasy. They provide all day moisture and are an effective option for dry skin, eczema, and psoriasis. If you prefer a product that is less rich, Sénica’s lotions are a lighter, water-based alternative to über rich moisturizer. We use nourishing shea, coconut, and olive oil in Sénica’s lotions for a light but powerful moisturizer. However, if you suffer with extremely dry skin, I highly recommend a shea moisturizer or body oil. They are water-free, so a little bit goes a long way.

Moisturizing Body OilsAll day moisture with Sénica’s moisturizers, oils, and lotions

This winter season, dry skin will be the least of your worries with these tips.

Are there any tips you’d add to this? Let me know in the comments. As always, let me know if you have any questions. I am here to help.

Natural. Beautiful. You.®,
Benardett, Creator of Sénica® Products

Recommended Products

Artisan Soap Bars


Brown Sugar Scrubs

Body Oils

Shea Moisturizers

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