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winter skin soothers


For those clients who prefer a salon treatment,Yon-Ka’s Hydralessence Facial not only uses the above products but also bathes the skin in a light, aromatic steam enabling you to deliver immediate results, with skin becoming noticeably supple, soft and beautiful.


Comfort Zone’s Skin Defender Cream is a nourishing and protective day creamthat offers an effective defence against environmental aggressions.


Heaven Skincare’s SOS Oil by Deborah Mitchell gives amazing results for dry Winter skin – just a few drops in your client’s usual cleanser or moisturiser will nourish and repair skin, revealing a softer and more even skin tone.And if that wasn’t enough, it can also be used on hair and nails to strengthen and add shine.


Yon-Ka’s Hydralia rehydrates and nourishes the skin by replenishing lost fluids.


When skin needs a little bit more than a normal moisturiser, why not introduce clients to Crystal Clear IntenseAnti- Ageing Serum.Along with its powerful anti-ageing properties, this serum intensely hydrates skin with Shea Butter and extract of Olive Oil while Norgel locks in moisture. Precious stone Tourmaline performs a light exfoliation, reviving skin radiance for a healthyWinter glow. Use underneath a moisturiser to offer double protection from the elements and as a night time remedy to replenish and nourish the skin.


Sun protection is not just for Summer. It’s just as vital to protect against harmful rays during theWinter months too. Crystal Clear Protect and Repair provides SPF 40 while Tinsorb, a UV-absorbing agent, offers optimal skin protection against both UVA and UVB rays, both shielding and protecting the skin.


Brighten and hydrate the skin with products that contain natural brightening actives to create a beautiful clear skin tone. Crystal Clear Illuminate contains Lumiskin, which is effective in restraining tyrosinase, the enzyme responsible for initiating the over production of melanin and improving overall skin tone.A natural mineral, in-built UV filter provides SPF 15 protection from sun damage.


body beautiful


Obviously, it’s not just the face that suffers during the colder weather, warm woolly jumpers, tights and heavier clothing in general can also take their toll on other parts of the body too, so when skin starts to flake, LDN: Skins Lightweight Foaming Exfoliator is gentle enough to smooth over the surface of the skin without damaging or lacerating the newly exposed skin cells. Once the skin has been exfoliated, LDN: Skins LuxuriousMoisturising Lotion has an easy glide formula and contains Beeswax to moisturise,Avocado Oil to nourish and English Lavender to heal, leaving skin with a softer, more radiant appearance.


Crystal Clear’s Protect and Repair provides SPF 40 while Tinsorb, a UV- absorbing agent, offers optimal skin protection against both UV UVB rays.


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TheMy Payot range of products features key ingredients such as Açai and Goji berries to nourish stressed skins.


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