Are you suffering with dry and tight Winter skin?
Hello, you gorgeous people! I hope you are well and slowly finding your Christmas spirit. We have had a very busy week this week. We’ve had birthdays, days out and we’re currently waiting for a birthday party at the weekend. However, today let’s talk about winter skincare. Last time I told you my best tricks for perfect lips during Winter months and today we are talking about bodies.
The Perfect Soap for Your Winter Skincare?
Now in the Winter, we can all get dry spots on our skin. I also find the change in weather can leave my skin feeling tight and unhappy. This could be the perfect solution for you and that is Babylon Tree, Tea tree and Matcha Tea soap. This was kindly gifted by Babylon Tree so thank you to them.
Made from gorgeous Tea tree you know it’s going to be good. Known for its anti-bacterial qualities it can help fight spots and acne. It’s can also help soothe some skin problems such as oil or body odour. This makes it a perfect ingredient for soap. A great addition to your winter skin care routine.
The Japanese Matcha tea is a green tea that is known for getting rid of free radicals in the skin. These cause the signs of ageing on the skin. Excuse me whilst I go cake myself in matcha!!
Finally, Shea butter is just the perfect finish. Leaving skin extra hydrated and that’s exactly what you want from your winter skincare.
Does it work?
This soap was really nice to use. It had a strong Tea tree scent that clean, fresh and rejuvenating smell. It did also leave my skin very hydrated and soft. I found I had to rinse it really well as I don’t like slick skin and shea can sit on the skin a little. However, once I had it really was a treat for the skin. Perfect for the cold weather ahead and you know your skin is going to stay hydrated.
What is your worst Winter skin problem? What’s your best Winter skin tip? Let us know in the comments below and I will be back soon with another blog. If you want to stay updated with all my blog posts you can follow my social media pages.
Lots of Love,