How to keep your skin healthy and hydrated

Throughout the winter months, the cold air robs our skin of moisture. We chatted with Bethan - a master trainer at Face Gym - about how to keep your skin healthy and glowing throughout the colder months.

Here’s what she had to say:

Tip 1 - Make sure that we’re working from the inside out

I love to add a green juice into my daily routine to make sure I’m getting that boost of nutrients. Green juice is packed with beta-keratin leafy greens which is fantastic in supporting eye health, skin health and immunity.

My green juice favourites:

Tip 2 - Use ingredients like hyaluronic acid and polyglutamic acid 

Hydrated skin is healthy skin. Massaging products with these particular ingredients into the skin will ensure optimal absorption. 

Products I love: 

Hydro-bound daily serum

A lightweight daily moisture-enhancing serum with high levels of HA4 and Polyglutamic Acid combine to create a unique moisture lock. Delivers immediate and long-lasting hydration for bouncier, firmer and glowing skin.  

Tip 3 - Facial message 

Add this quick and easy move to your daily routine to boost circulation, stimulate collagen production and leave you looking glowing and healthy: 

  • Take your two peace fingers together and your other hand comes to support the skin. 
  • With a medium pressure you are going to lift and whip out and away.
  • Start to pick up the pace and do this for 30 seconds on each side.



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