Condition your skin daily to prevent cracking, redness and wrinkly skin

As the weather gets nicer, we start to head outside more often.

But did you know, that even though the weather appears nicer, it can be harmful to your skin - often damaging it more than during the winter months?

The reason for this is during the winter months, most people spend time indoors. The advantage being indoors offers is that it is a climate that is man-made, and can be adjusted to have more moisture in the air, which in turn, helps keep our skin soft, hydrated and healthy.

Now take today as an example. If we decided to head outdoors, the dryness in the air combined with the westerly winds and mild, sunny weather can suck the moisture our of your skin faster than you can say, “Jiminy Crickets”.

So if you’re finding yourself venturing outdoors and want to protect your skin form the elements, we recommend using Dermalogica’s Body Hydrating Cream daily.

This advanced body lotion helps tone and smooth all skin conditions. It is made up of lactic acid, natural hydroxy acid, extracts from sugar cane and apple, which help smooth and relieve skin dryness and irritation.


Signs You May Need To Moisturize Your Skin More:

·         Your skin is cracking

·         Your skin is dry and flaky

·         Your skin is red or chapped

·         Your skin looks dull or leather-like

·         Your skin is wrinkling


How To Use Dermalogica’s Body Hydrating Cream

Squeeze out a small amount of lotion into the palm of your hand, and apply to areas of concern, using large sweeping movements.

Tip- For additional benefits, mix one pump of Stress Relief Treatment Oil into Body Hydrating Cream prior to application.


If you have any questions or concerns about this product, an Altura Staff member would be more than happy to speak with you about this product on your next visit.

To book your free consultation, call 403-814-9780 or visit the BOOK NOW page

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