As we embrace the cold winter weather, I wanted to share a few winter beauty products with you. They’ll help you to combat the bitter temperatures and stay moisturized!
Davines NaturalTech Nourishing Shampoo and Nourishing Vegetarian Miracle Conditioner
This creamy shampoo ($25) produces a rich foam that nourishes and cleanses your parched scalp and dry, brittle hair. The moisturizing conditioner ($30) is formulated with Rice, Açai and Passiflora oils to replenish, hydrate and protect your hair.
Clark’s Botanicals Intense Radiance Mask $72.00
This clarifying white-clay mask helps revitalize tired skin, delivering an instantly brighter-looking complexion that's visibly smoother and more luminous.
“I wanted to create a mask that would revitalize tired skin, but not dry it out. We’ve been testing and perfecting this formulation for two years, and this unique blend of organics, botanicals, and laboratory ingredients target aging from many different angles. I use this three times a week, when my complexion looks gray or when I have breakouts, and I’ve noticed it consistently smoothes and softens skin,” says founder, Francesco Clark.
Atopalm Intensive Moisturizing Cream $30.00
A cult classic, this rich, hydrating formula nourishes your body with a unique vitamin, antioxidant blend, for healthy, vibrant skin. The gentle yet effective cream also calms the symptoms of eczema and rosacea.
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