This post has been sponsored by Palmer’s. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
The winter months can be so harsh on the skin. The cold and dry air can leave your skin feeling dry, itchy, and irritated ripping away any moisture the skin usually retains. There are so many things you can do to take care of your skin during winter and I try to opt for products that I can keep in my beauty cabinet all year long. Products that can have multiple uses and are natural. One product that I can always count on is Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula Original Solid Jar. Save $1 with this coupon here. Along with the Palmers Cocoa Butter, here are some tips to keep your skin feeling its best all season long between healing stretch marks and pampering yourself with a foot scrub.
Investing in a humidifier to add moisture to dry winter air and help keep your skin hydrated. It’s best to run the humidifier in the room you’ll spend the most time.
Palmers Cocoa Butter
Made with natural Cocoa Butter and natural Vitamin E, this is a product you need to help give the deep hydration all over. The Cocoa Butter Formula Original Solid Jar is an all-in-one skin care solution for an all-over application and provides 24 hours moisturization. I personally use the Palmer’s Cocoa Butter to help with keeping my hands and feet hydrated and my stretch marks minimized.
Another time I love using Palmer’s Cocoa Butter is after a well-deserved foot scrub. Long weeks add up tensions and it is important to treat your feet so you can keep moving. I love my well-tested foot scrub process. Just four easy steps; scrub my feet with exfoliating beads, rinse with warm water, dry completely, then put a nice layer of Palmer’s on my feet to enhance how soft they are after the treatment.
Hydrate From Inside
Not only are the right products needed to keep your skin flawless during winter, but you also need to take care of your body internally. Select foods that are high in water content to hydrate from inside out. Foods like apples or oranges are great options to add to your shopping list.
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