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Winter Facial Protection

As the temperatures drop and the air becomes drier, it's important to take extra care of our skin to prevent dryness, flaking, and irritation. One of the most important areas to focus on is the face, as it is constantly exposed to the elements. Facial treatments, such as masks and peels, can help keep the skin hydrated and healthy during the cold winter months. One of the biggest challenges of cold weather is that it can strip the skin of its natural oils, leaving it feeling dry and tight. This is especially true for those with dry or sensitive skin types. Using a hydrating mask or facial oil can help to replenish the skin's moisture barrier and keep it feeling soft and smooth. Exfoliating is also important in cold weather, as dead skin cells can accumulate on the surface of the skin, leaving it looking dull and lifeless. A gentle exfoliating peel can help to remove these dead skin cells and reveal brighter, more radiant skin. In addition to these treatments, it's also important to protect the skin from the elements by using a moisturizer with SPF and by keeping the skin covered when outside in the cold weather. It's also important to consider the daily skincare routine, a good skincare routine can help to keep the skin healthy and hydrated. Cleansing, toning, moisturizing, and exfoliating are all important steps that should be included in a daily skincare routine. In conclusion, facial treatments are an important part of keeping the skin healthy and hydrated during the cold winter months. Incorporating hydrating masks, exfoliating peels, and protective moisturizers into your skincare routine can help to keep the skin looking and feeling its best. Remember to also consider the daily skincare routine, as well as protecting the skin from the elements, will help to keep the skin healthy and hydrated all winter long.


If you'd like to book an appointment with us for a protecting Winter facial we can talk you through what we would recommend. Pavo Spa



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