Moisturizing in the Winter

During the winter your skin's natural barrier is compromised by cold and crisp air outdoors, and warm dry air from heaters may help dust off the chill, but the warm air they produce can further dry out the skin. 

According to Healthline cold air, dry indoor heat, low humidity levels, and harsh winter wind can all zap your skin of moisture. This can leave your skin looking a lot less radiant than normal — not only your face, but also your hands, feet, and other areas exposed to the elements. This can lead to dry, itchy, irritated, or just overall dull skin during the winter, but with the right skincare practices you can enjoy glowing, radiant, and supple skin all year long. 

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During this season herbn’eden urges you to use products with ingredients known for their supreme exfoliating and moisturizing benefits. All of our products are formulated with skin saturating ingredients like sunflower oil, coconut oil, and essential oils known for their hydration properties. 

We select our ingredients with the maintenance of healthy and youthful skin in mind and have strong beliefs that skin solutions are available for all skin types. With naturally nourishing and moisturizing products formulated with the maintenance of healthy skin at the forefront, when it comes to remedying dry skin herb’neden has you covered. 

 As weather outside gets colder causing us to crank up the heat indoors, your skin may be feeling drier than usual. Exfoliating, using high quality products, and layering your skin care during the winter months can be especially helpful to soothe and hydrate your skin. To seal in moisture, try our Eczema Bundle, curated with nourishing the skin in mind. 

The bundle includes one of our our most gentle bar soaps and body oil of Chamomile and Calendula,  a full bar of the skin nourishing Neem & Chlorella, and our relaxing South African Lavender full bar soap. Layer on the hydration and lock it in with our soothing eczema salve for supple and healthy skin. 

The weather outside is frightful, but your skin doesn't have to be..