Winter tips for healthy skin at Salon Ten in Shropshire
3rd December 2014
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During the winter seasons our skin needs extra attention due to the low humidity levels, extreme cold, varying indoor and outdoor temperatures that can cause damage to the outer protective layer of our skin.

We have vital lipid barriers between our cells get stripped leaving dangerous gaps in the natural defensive barrier which causes moisture gets rapidly sucked out. Your skin may feel dry, tight, itchy, thirsty and possibly stinging. It may look dull, flaky, and drier around the eyes and redness may appear on the cheeks.

Your usual products and make up may make your skin more sensitive and reactive as a consequence of the gaps in your barrier.

So how do overcome this?

If you are using a foaming cleanser change to a soothing gel cream that will help replenish lipids and soothe sensitivity. Try Dermalogica UltraCalming cleanser.

A good exfoliator will help get rid of dull and dead skin cells to help your skin look brighter whilst hydrating at the same time. Use Daily Resurfacer to help smoother the skins surface.

If your skin is sore, red or irritated you should try UltraCalming Serum Concentrate to help hydrate and soothe skin whilst replenishing the skins natural lipids.

To help repair skin around the eyes we recommend Intensive Eye Repair to help hydrate and smooth our fine lines.

It is really important to protect your skin as the seasons change and to prevent it from further damage. Here at Salon ten we care about your skins health which is why in December we are offering Dermalogica facials half price for clients who have never had a facial at the salon before.

For more information and prices visit our website here:

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