My favorite "go to" for adding extra moisture to my face is Clinique's Moisture Surge Overnight Mask. I've been using this product for almost a year now and I love it!
Just recently our weather was a little chilly. It was 23 degrees with a feels like temp of 10 degrees. Just slightly chilly for us Southerners. :) Who am I fooling? We were freezing!!!
Don't get me wrong, I love cold weather. It gives me an opportunity to wear a few of my favorite things like my soft and furry jacket from Disney World that is oh so warm.
And my new Ugg slippers the girls gave me for Christmas!
Okay, I got a little off track there for a minute.
The first place I see the impact of the cold weather is on my face. I begin seeing little lines on my face that weren't there a few days before. Not to mention the dry feeling I get even though I continue to apply my daily regimen of moisturizer. The Moisture Surge Mask makes my skin feel soft and silky. I typically apply it at night after applying my usual products. However, if my skin feels really dry, I apply it at night and again in the morning. I have been known to apply it to the back of my hands, too. I love this stuff!!!
It sells for $34.50 a tube. The good thing is it only takes a little bit of product to give you great results. So don't over apply it. Just dab it on and blend it in really well.
Another thing I love to do when the weather is cold is to have the fireplace burning. :)
Yes, I still have my Christmas decor up. We've been busy and haven't had a chance to get all of my containers down from the attic. So don't judge me. We did get everything picked up and put away from the front yard. :)
I made a pallet on the floor (about 3 inches deep) in front of the fireplace, grabbed my book and read by the fireplace. I was so happy our Christmas decorations were still out. The twinkling lights provided the perfect amount of light and the ambience was off the charts.
Our weather has changed a bit. Today we will reach a high of 76 degrees and are forecasted to reach 80 degrees on Thursday. Gotta love living in the South!!!
Take care and may God bless you,