Skincare by Dr. Few

Your Winter Skin Fix

When winter blows in with colder weather, that means drier air, which brings on dry skin and, unfortunately, more visible signs of aging, damage and dullness. But don't lose heart. There are a few simple steps you can take to say "no" to dehydration, dull skin and uneven skin tone, and a resounding "YES" to fresh and youthful skin this season!

1. Scrub Away Dull Skin

No matter how well you take care of your skin, every few days it needs a good scrub to remove the dead skin cells that accumulate on the surface. These cells are responsible for overall dullness and are the culprits behind  making fine lines and wrinkles visible on the skin.

Keep your skin glowing with MD Scrub. Using a clay base, this product delivers gentle heat as it removes dry dead skin cells, minimizes excess oils and reveal healthier, younger looking skin.

2. Hydration Help

As the moisture levels in the air decrease, so do those in the skin. It's a given that everyone should swap out their light summer moisturizer for a richer one come winter, but even that can leave a girl's skin wanting. Give your skin a little hydration help this year by adding a hyaluronic acid gel underneath your regular winter moisturizer. 

Keep your skin hydrated and beautiful with HP Gel. Using hyaluronic acid, a natural component of the skin, HP Gel enhances skin moisture without heaviness.

3. Reduce Redness

For all the damage the wind, colder temperatures and dry air can cause, we give thanks to skin serums that not only protect, but repair. The combination of green tea, resveratrol and caffeine have been shown in studies to reduce skin redness with 6 weeks of continued use. 

Reduce redness and protect your skin with Daily Anti-Oxidant Power Serum. This product is an antioxidant powerhouse that includes green tea, resveratrol and caffeine to protect and repair delicate facial skin. 

 

MD Scrub HP Gel Daily Anti-Oxidant Power Serum

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