As the weather gets warmer, hydration is key to maintaining supple well-nourished skin. So, it’s at this time of year that we inevitably turn to one of our favourite products… Aspect Dr – Resveratrol Moisturising Cream.
This emollient moisturiser hydrates and nourishes the skin and offers antioxidant protection. It has a calming effect on stressed skin and also helps towards the skin’s barrier function by locking in hydration. This is vital coming out of the colder, winter months.
Aspect Dr – Resveratrol Moisturising Cream – Key Active Ingredients:
- ChroNOline™ – This helps to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Skin will appear smoother and firmer.
- Grape Skin Resveratrol – This also helps to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
- Mixed Tocopherols – These offer antioxidant protection.
The product is formulated for menopausal, ageing, dry and dehydrated skin. A small, pea-sized, amount can be applied morning and or evening after your serum, to lock in moisture.
As well as using this summer skin saviour, Aspect Dr – Resveratrol Moisturising Cream, there are other ways to keep your skin hydrated as the temperature climbs. Here are three simple tips.
- Firstly, hydrate from the inside out – Drink plenty of water and eat water-dense fruits and vegetables. Summer fruits like berries and watermelon and tropical fruits like mango are perfect. Check out this article from the archives for a bonus recipe from Taryn, for Mango and Strawberry Nice-Cream.
- Don’t forget to amp up the sunscreen – Protection is part of our mantra all year round! Harmful UV rays can make your skin dry and red, leaving lasting sun damage. Remember to use at least SPF 30 and be sure to use a facial sunscreen. This may seem obvious, but we know that lots of people still go for the one size fits all approach when it comes to sunscreen. Using a product specially formulated for the face will revolutionise your sunscreen experience!
- Also, consider dermal fillers – These draw in water molecules to plump up your skin and can be thought of as internal moisturisers.
If you would like to discuss your skincare needs, call into our Buxton Square clinic.