"I have my clients use the Sensitive Skin Essential Oil Formula and Marine Lotion before they apply the Calming Cream every day. Using the Hydrating Gel Mask over your night cream is an easy fix for weather-worn dehydrated skin. A humidifier is very important as well. Eat avocados a little more often as well as flax seeds, chia seeds, and bee pollen. The nutrients found in these foods are particularly good for winter skin."
Brigitte Beasse of Brigitte Beauté: Pick an Anti-Aging Moisturizer with the Right Peptides
“Start using a multi-functional moisturizer now to assist in reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Weather changes can take a toll and it’s important to choose the right peptides to keep skin looking youthful. I love the new Environ Avance moisturizer because it’s a unique blend of 3 super-smart peptide complexes, which will help keep your skin looking younger for longer. This formula is a major breakthrough in anti-aging skincare.”
“One of number one skincare tips is to get your beauty sleep! Amp it up during the winter by using a hydrating, overnight mask such as my Organic Omega Overnight Sculpting Mask. Sleeping with an extra-rich cream on your face will leave skin soft, supple, and plump. Your skin absorbs and benefits from skincare best while you sleep, so overnight masks are the perfect way to reboot and really get your beauty sleep.”
"Dry skin is dead skin, so you need to exfoliate! During the winter, I recommend my clients up their exfoliation to 3 times per week. Look for a gentle exfoliator, like my ExfoliKate, to give you a gorgeous glow. Look for products with hyaluronic acid (like my DermalQuench Liquid Lift Advanced Wrinkle Treatment) to draw moisture into cells, and keep skin plump and youthful looking. Make sure to apply products that act as a barrier to help protect against dehydration from the wind and cold, like my Age Arrest Hydrating Firming Mask. I love using it when I’m skiing.”
Olga Lorencin-Northrup of Kinara Spa: Combine High-Quality Oils
“Winter is the time to exfoliate, deeply hydrate, and protect. Recommended ingredients to look for are peptides, hyaluronic acid, and high quality oils if your skin can handle it. My favorite oils for this time of year are kukui nut oil and rose hips oil, especially in combination.”