Miracle Hydrating Duo
Every so often a new skincare trend sweeps through the blogosphere begging you to give your dry wintery skin another lease of life. More often than not, we see how this brings an added feel of clutter with the bevy of sheet masks, peel-off moisture masks and what not. Reality is far less dramatic (we say) as sometimes you just need to massage in hefty dollops of hydrating creams and oils to address the neglect from notoriously challenging frigid temps without the fuss.
Hydration is everything during the winter months. We suggest you pair the cult fave serum Complexe De Fleur Cellular Renewal Complex with the intense nighttime moisturizer Crème de Fleur Complexe Rejuvené as saviors of dry, dehydrated skin – whether your needs are temporary or a bit more long-lasting
COMPLEXE DE FLEUR
The serum is a highly concentrated herbal infusion that works to completely renew your complexion and restore skin to its now lost youthful radiance with added Horsetail extracts. Not only do these bring anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, silica, and antioxidant agents, but they are collectively proven to help form collagen that’s significant for the care of soft and supple skin.
CRÉME DE FLEUR
The mineral-rich day/night cream is your luxurious daily ally for ageless beauty as it combats environmental stresses while preventing fine lines and wrinkles with over 30 synergistic skin-loving ingredients. We’ve also boosted this cocktail with concentrated amounts of EGCG; this is where the breakthrough comes in as this antioxidant has been linked to cell regeneration.
When used liberally over the face and neck, both organic options are astonishingly good at absorbing straight away when used on freshly washed skin without leaving you feeling like you’ve unnecessarily layered ultra-heavy products on top of each other. Fine crows lines and deeper wrinkles are plumped up and skin appears much smoother.
Life may get heavy, but your skincare doesn’t have to be when you layer up. Sometimes it’s ok to take the chance and double down.