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Keep The Cold Out And Moisturised The Dove Way

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Posted March 15, 2013 by Surita in Beauty

 

Keep the cold out and the moisture in with Dove

 

Follow the Dove Moisture Commandments and banish your skin blues today…

 

Your skin and the elements are never going to be the best of friends. With the recent snowy spell, constantly moving from the cold outside into cosy central heating can have a dehydrating effect… and a new Facebook poll* revealed that despite knowing the havoc cold weather can cause our skin, we just aren’t moisturising enough. With 1 in 20 admitting that they never moisturise, Dove Technical expert, Andrew Saynor, shares his latest tips to give your skin some much needed superior care…

 

Moisture Zappers

Many everyday factors cause our skin to lose moisture, some of these may surprise you!

 

Cut down on bath time: Cleansing removes moisture from the outer protective layer of your skin, so, limit those long hot showers if you can!

Relax and unwind: Stress alters the nature of the lipid layers detrimentally, so take some deep breaths and give your skin a helping hand

Wrap up warm: Skin loses water to the environment when exposed to low humidity, colder temperatures and wind, drying it out further

 

The Dove Moisture Commandments

Eat yourself beautiful

Your daily diet plays a key role in maintaining the health of your skin. A balanced diet that contains a wide range of minerals and vitamins is essential to keep skin functioning at its best.

Post shower application

Take a shower with tepid water, and apply a moisturising lotion immediately afterwards while your skin is still slightly d this traps water in your surface cells, and keeps skin from looking dry and patchy.

 

Have a Moisturising Mantra

To help prevent water loss and preserve a healthy skin moisture balance follow this easy Mantra…

Cleanse: Use a mild, non-soap based cleanser to clean and remove excess oils from the skin. It is important to minimise moisture loss during cleansing

Moisturise & Replenish: Immediately after cleansing, use Dove Body Lotion and Hand Cream to replenish lipids and hydrate the skin

Protect: Protect skin from harmful ultraviolet rays by using a broad spectrum sun block every day – even when it’s cold!

 

 The range of Dove body lotion and hand creams have all been specially formulated to provide superior care for dry and damaged skin:

 

 

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Dove Essential Body Lotion

£3.99 for 250ml
£4.99 for 400ml

The range of Dove body lotion and hand creams have all been specially formulated to provide superior care for dry and damaged skin:Fed up of dry elbows and knees? Using a body lotion such as Dove Essential Nourishment helps care for the surface of the skin whilst delivering deep nourishment for long lasting beautifully soft skin.

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Dove Intensive Lotion

£3.99 for 250ml
£4.99 for 400ml

A rich butter formulated with a highly effective non-greasy cream-oil formula that combines rich hydrating cream and skin nourishing oil, to provide skin with the care it needs to become extra soft and extra smooth.

 

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Dove Silky Beauty Body Cream

£4.99 for 300ml

A thick and luxurious all-over body cream. Its non-greasy formula glides effortlessly and is easily absorbed to leave your skin sensually soft and silky smooth from the moment you apply it.

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Dove Intensive Hand Cream

£3.49 for 75ml

A hydrating and protective cream proven to deliver 24 hours of skin nourishment from one application. The deeppenetrating and fast absorbing formula has been designed to bring relief to dry and rough hands, while forming a light protective layer to leave hands feeling extra soft and supple.

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Dove Essential Hand Cream

£3.49 for 75ml

Containing skin-natural nutrients and rich essential oil with Vitamin E to help guard against environmental stresses. The unique Deep Care Complex has a blend of skin care ingredients designed to provide the essential nourishment skin needs to stay beautifully soft and smooth. It’s specially formulated so hands don’t feel sticky after application.

 


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Surita


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