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Winter is in full swing! Many of us would hope that Christmas comes, and winter ends. Unfortunately it’s not that simple. Winter officially ends in March, can you believe it? That means there’s still plenty of time to upgrade your winter skincare and protect your skin against the cold weather. That’s why we’re bringing you our top winter face moisturisers.
As it gets colder, your skin needs a bit of an added boost. You need to hydrate your skin, whilst still protecting it and keeping it nourished. When your skin is exposed to harsh weather, you can end up with dry and flaky skin, that shows signs of redness and sensitivity. Here are our top 5 face moisturisers, all suitable for the winter months.
The Aesop Mandarin Facial Hydrating Cream is perfect for keeping your skin hydrated through the colder months. The cream goes smoothly onto the skin, helping to hydrate your face quickly. It also has a lovely citrus smell. Another plus point, is that the cream actually leaves your skin with a matte finish. This is quite difficult to find during the winter months, as creams need to be heavier, but Aesop succeed.
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We’ve put Jack Black in here because there’s an important thing to remember – always wear an SPF. If you have concerns with ageing, as well as dryness, the Jack Black Double Duty Face Moisturiser is for you. You may know that winter sun can actually be pretty harsh, so this cream is perfect as a transitional item. It protects your skin, whilst helping to prevent dryness.
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The Lab Series Pro LS All-In-One Face Treatment is not only perfect for hydrating your skin, but also for repairing it throughout winter. This cream from Lab Series is also great at reducing the appearance of redness and irritation, helping the keep the skin soothed. Another benefit is that this cream helps to combat fine lines and wrinkles, making it an all-around beneficial addition to your routine.
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Bulldog provides a range of natural, vegan skincare that is designed specifically for male skin. The Bulldog Sensitive Moisturiser is perfect for those times of year when your skin may be more irritated than normal. The cream is designed for even the most sensitive of skin types, and is gentle enough to use morning and night. Enriched with vitamin e, and essential oils, this cream hydrates effectively.
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The Gentlemen’s Tonic Daily Moisturiser is another great face cream for the winter months. It’s hydrating, nourishing and helps to soothe the skin. The cream has multiple benefits and is suitable for all skin types. One reason why we’re a fan, is that the cream helps aid with healing. This makes is the perfect followup to your shaving routine. Essential for that holiday trim!
Shop the full range from Gentlemen’s Tonic here.
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