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Changing Seasons Changing Skin

How To Moisturize Your Skin Between Seasons


Changing Seasons Changing Skin

The temperature fluctuation between seasons make it difficult to keep your skin looking and feeling moisturized.
The moisture in the air changes drastically. You skin takes the hit at this time.  

During this time what you choose to put on your skin is so important.  It's really important that you keep your skin hydrated.  You should chose skin care products that contain hyaluronic  acid.  This acid naturally occurs in your skin, but over time it is loss.  This hydrator holds  3 times its weight in water.  This will refresh your skin, helping it to stay moisturized.





Your skincare routine must include moisturizer

Avon has a cutting edge product with micro-bubbles. These bubbles delivers the anti-oxidant from raspberries to your skin.  The antioxidant protects your skin from environmental stressors, which aids your skin in retaining moisture. This along with the hyaluronic acid means hydrated skin.  After cleansing your skin morning or night, smooth on the Hydra Fusion Serum, then follow up with Hydra Fusion Gel Cream.  These products are non-greasy and non-oily, it is perfect for every single skin type.  After 72 hours you will have glowing skin.  This skin care duo will give you glowing skin between season and year round.

Introducing Anew Hydra Fusion


7 SKINCARE TIP FOR CHANGING SEASONS
BY DR PHILIPPA LOWE AND MAKE-UP ARTIST LISA VALENCIA

1. Check your skincare
As we move from Summer to Autumn we need to change our skincare routines a bit. During the colder months the humidity decreases and our use of central heating increases – both serve to dry out skin – so stick with your usual cleansing methods but remember to always avoid harsh, cleansing products which can dehydrate skin.
Use something gentle that doesn't strip your skin of its natural moisture, for example a mi-cellar cleansing water. The Simple one is formulated with glycerin, and triple purified water for instant hydration.
3. Don't forget SPF
Remember, you still need to protect your skin from the sun all year round (but making sure that you increase your SPF from April-September and when in hot climates) so find a good day moisturizing cream that has a minimum SPF15 and a good UVA protection. Use this as a base daily before applying your makeup and then reapply during the day if out and about for lengths of time.
4. Use antioxidant-rich creams at night
Before bed, gently cleanse your skin without stripping it and drying it further with harsh chemicals and then apply a rich night moisturizing repair cream. Look for creams full of antioxidants, as nighttime is the best time to repair the skin.
5. Simplify your makeup routine
You'll need to tailor your makeup routine accordingly as the seasons change and make sure you're kind to your skin to avoid flare-ups and sensitivity which can make it hard to get the beautiful finish you want from your makeup. 
6. Boost your cream with oil
As skin can become a little dryer as the temperature cools, and central heating is turned on, after cleansing at night I add a few drops of a rich nourishing oil to my night cream for an extra boost.
7. Try illuminating moisturizers for day
Skin can look dull during the cooler months, so I rely on an illuminating moisturizer for a complexion that looks bright and dewy all year round.
8. Choose a cream blush
My top tip for brightening your look with makeup is to switch to a rosy-colored cream blush, it works wonders…



Reviews of the products

By  Knitchick3
from Columbus, Ohio

I PLAN TO BUY THIS PRODUCT AGAIN
  • Skin Type:
  • Normal
  • Age:
  • 55 yrs and older
  • I shop Avon:
  • 4-6 x a year
  • Comments about Anew Hydra Fusion Gel Cream:
    I think this is a great product. I use it in the morning under my normal make-up for the day and again at night before I go to bed.
  • PROS                                                                        
    • Lightweight
    • Moisturizes
    • Non-Greasy
    • Smells Great
    • Softens Skin
    • Soothes Skin


    • By  Chris
      from Andover

    EASY TO USE



  • PROS
    • Lightweight
    • Non-Greasy
    BEST USES
    • Daily Use

    Comments about Anew Hydra Fusion Gel Cream:
    Very lightweight and non-greasy.
    • Age:
    • 60+
    • Skin Type:
    • Combination
    • Age:
    • 55 yrs and older
    • I shop Avon:
    • more than 6x a year




















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