GorgeousInGrey braving the first snowfall last year!

Braving the first snowfall of year!

Colder, drier temps have set in which means we need to take extra good care of our skin to avoid being ashy *gasp*! A great skincare regimen is necessary all year round, but especially in these cold months that we have ahead of us. Moisture is great for not only our body but especially our face. It’s the first thing people usually see so it’s important, right? We don’t wanna be flaky, we want to be FLAWLESS! Keeping your skin hydrated is important in the long run as well. As the saying goes, “black don’t crack!” Here’s why: our skin typically produces oils that keep our skin in an elastic state as we age. But even though we might have the advantage, we cannot skip on moisturizing our face. It’s just like with our hair. If we don’t moisturize our hair it tends to break off and we don’t want that! Because I love you… here are 5 facial moisturizers you need this winter to keep your skin “on fleek”. 

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Raw Shea Butter Anti Aging Moisturizer


5 Facial Moisturizer - SheaMoisture

Many naturals use the hair product line because it’s kinda amazing (check out this review here). But did you know they also have a line of products for your face also? This product uses Shea Butter which has wonderful effects on our hair. So why not use it on our skin as well. One of its other ingredients is Cocoa Butter which is a natural emollient.

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  1. J.
    December 15, 2015 / 10:43 am

    I enjoyed this post!
    One quick thing. The dramatically different moisturizing gel is the oil-free, lightweight version for oily skin.

    • Kathy
      November 22, 2016 / 1:51 pm

      Thanks, I bought the clinique gel and realized I should have stuck with the lotion, bc I have dry skin. This was a very good post, so informative.

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