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Winter Ski Trip Beauty Essentials

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Fill Your Beauty Bag With These Products For Your Winter Ski Trip

There is no time like now to take a winter ski trip with friends or a significant other to refresh and renew after the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. Summer is still a ways off so traveling to beautiful snow-capped mountains is a perfect way to unwind and have some fun.

While preparing for your trip, there are many things you will need to pack but you must not forget your beauty essentials. These aren’t just the essentials to be cute like your favorite lipstick and tinted moisturizer. We are talking about beauty essentials that will protect you from the the harsh cold climate elements. There’s the varying altitude, harsh wind and perhaps snow and rain. To protect your skin, extremities, and even hair from damage, continue reading for everything you need to put in your beauty bag.

Screen That Sun

It is unthinkable that one could get sunburned in the winter but it happens. Those beautiful sun rays reflect off of that perfect white snow, thus exposing you to harmful UVA/UVB rays. So, when preparing to glide down those slopes, put on your sunscreen and don’t forget to pay close attention to your nose and lips. Remember to reapply sunscreen every two hours. You don’t want to ruin your winter ski trip with icky sunburn.

Face

Drunk Elephant Umbra Sheer Physical Defense SPF30.  This cruelty-free sunscreen is formulated without many of the ingredients that often cause irritation. Lightweight and packed with antioxidants, it works on all skin tones, skin types and helps to minimize fine lines and wrinkles.

Lips

Coola Liplux SPF 15 -Vanilla Peppermint.  Created with natural food grade ingredients, Coola Liplux will keep your lips smooth, hydrated and protected and is also water resistant.

Hands

Supergoop Forever Young Hand Cream Broad Spectrum Sunscreen SPF 40 PA+++.  Keep your hands looking young, smooth and protected with Supergoop Forever Young Hand Cream.  Antioxidants will protect from free radical damage and sea buckthorn fruit, rich in omega 7 fatty acids, reduces inflammation and helps with hyperpigmentation.  It is also cruelty free and non commedogenic (won’t clog pores).

Moisturize Moisturize Moisturize

The only frost you should experience should be in your morning cereal or on the slopes. Cold weather saps your skin of moisture because of the lack of humidity. Add the wind factor that comes from skillfully trekking down the ski slope. Trust me, your skin can definitely suffer. Protect your skin from becoming dry and windburned with the following face moisturizers.

Normal To Dry Skin

Clarins Hydra Quench Cream.  Perfect for normal to dry skin, Clarins Hydra Quench will replenish moisture to dry, parched skin.

Oily Skin

Korres Pomegranate Balancing Cream Gel Moisturizer.  Oily skin needs hydration too so stay balanced and flake free with this moisturizer.  Not only does this moisturizer hydrate, it is pore reducing and  mattifying.

Don’t Forget Your Hair

Before you put on that ski hat, be sure to take preventive measures to ensure your hair stays soft, manageable and protected while you enjoy your time on the slopes. Consider the following:

Josie Maran Argan Oil.  Packed with Vitamin E and argan oil, this oil is perfect for adding moisture and shine to the hair and scalp.

Alterna Hair Care Caviar CC Cream For Hair.  This 10 in one cc cream does it all – protect from breakage, hydrate, provide UV protection, add shine and so much more.  Formulated with caviar extract and antioxidant Vitamin C, this wonder product also provides light hold.

Qhemet Biologics Cocoal Tree Detangling Ghee.  This creamy detangling product is 100% vegetarian. It is perfect for bringing comfort to dry, tangled tresses. Formulated with rich ingredients such as cocoa butter, Qhemet Biologics helps to reduce breakage, especially for those with coily/curly hair.

Post Ski Activities – Relax and Wind Down

After a fun day on the slopes, wind down with a mug of hot cocoa or your favorite herbal tea. Indulge in a relaxing aromatherapy bath and follow up with a rich, nourishing body cream.

As always, we want to hear from you.  What are some some of winter ski trip beauty essentials?

 

 

 

 

 

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