Baths do not hydrate your skin, and considering they’re a huge tub of water this is slightly surprising and probably the last thing you want to hear in this cold weather. In the winter months a hot bath is the only thing most people want after long day at work and a lot of people think they’ll be doing their skin a lot of good too. This isn’t the case. A bath – especially a hot bath – can really dehydrate your skin, but if you’re not willing to give up the warmth and the bubbles in favour of a quick shower then there are a few things you can do to help your skin recover.
You can carry on relaxing through the winter nights, spending an eternity surrounded by hot water and bubbles but as soon as you’re dry you have to get your skin back on side. You should find an intense moisturiser that will restore the skin’s natural moisture levels and add more besides. Dermalogica’s Body Hydrating Cream is a great cream that takes two minutes to apply. It soaks into the skin quickly meaning there’s no need for you to stand around in the cold, waiting for your skin to dry and your skin will become more baby soft and supple than ever.
Get hold of some Dermalogica Body Hydrating Cream and see the difference for yourself.