Dry/Sensitive Skin Winter Care Tips – Foaming Aloe Vera Cleanser Report Launch

With a focus on being kind to skin, the company’s latest report offers tips and advice on how to adapt an established skincare routine for the harsher climate of the colder months

More details can be found at https://www.gogelifestyle.com/blogs/news/take-care-of-your-skin-during-cold-weather

GOGE Lifestyle’s recent report also recommends a number of the company’s organic products developed for use with sensitive skin and without strong or damaging chemicals.

A brand established around the need for skincare products that cater to all skin types, GOGE Lifestyle’s founding aesthetician struggled with chronic eczema and sensitive skin for years. Upon learning enough about skin and years of trying and researching new products, it became apparent that skincare for delicate skin types was difficult to find, especially using gentle organic ingredients. Soon after, GOGE was created to help customers improve the condition of their skin using natural ingredients, for a brighter appearance and a more youthful outlook.

The latest report from the company discusses the differences many people feel in their skin as the weather gets colder and the air grows harsher. For most, winter means dryer skin, more flakiness, and increased sensitivity – especially for those with eczema – but the author outlines a number of ways to counter this dehydration and keep skin looking and feeling healthy.

Later in the article, GOGE explains that adding moisture not only to the skin but to one’s general environment is an excellent way to help hydrate the skin during winter. This, combined with applying skincare oils more liberally can help to strengthen the skin’s natural barrier.

The author goes on to list a number of recommendations for preventing further dehydration of the skin, including avoiding hot showers and long baths, as these can be very drying for the skin on the face and body. The report goes on to suggest that products containing irritating ingredients such as sulfates (commonly used to help products to lather better) should be avoided. Instead, the author recommends GOGE Lifestyle’s Purifying Foaming Cleanser as a sulfate-free alternative that soothes with added aloe vera and moisturizes the skin.

Interested parties can find out more by visiting https://www.gogelifestyle.com

GOGE Lifestyle
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https://www.gogelifestyle.com/
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