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Care For Winter Skin Naturally

Care For Winter Skin Naturally
With Living Nature’s Hydration Boosters


As you face the elements this winter, braving the cold, bracing yourself against chilly winds or driving rain, then returning to the contrasting warmth of centrally-heated offices or homes, have a thought for the skin on your face! During wintertime many of us suffer from dry, dull and taut skin, often exacerbated by the fact we’re prone to drinking less water at this time of year. However, it’s a time when we should be nurturing our complexion and cherishing the skin we’re in! Living Nature has a natural solution, three dedicated hydration boosting face care products to help revitalise and enliven your facial skin this winter.

These special blends of natural goodness, derived from some of New Zealand’s unique botanicals, help enrich facial skin, replenishing it with essential hydration to restore its inner radiance and outer beauty, naturally. At the heart of each is Living Nature’s hero ingredient, Active Manuka Honey, to help nourish, moisturise, heal and protect your skin. Manuka Honey helps skin attract and retain moisture plus its potent antibacterial, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties help stimulate the body’s natural repair processes. Another hero ingredient, Harakeke, the New Zealand Flax plant, is used by Living Nature to deliver ultra-soothing and hydrating benefits to dry skin.

Living Nature Extra Hydrating Toning Gel (rrp NZ$43 for 100ml): use as part of your daily skin care regime, particularly if your skin is thirsty and suffering from a lack moisture and firmness. This nutrient-rich gel brings together Harakeke Gel, Active Manuka Honey and Larch Tree Extract to help soothe, calm and repair dehydrated skin by drawing-in moisture, providing nourishment and vitality. It also helps restore the skin’s ideal pH balance of 5.5. A daily rescue essential for dull, tired winter skin!

Top Tips: use morning and night, by applying all over your face after cleansing and leave for 30 seconds before applying moisturiser. The secret to the success of this natural hydrating booster is to not remove it! It provides the perfect level of hydration and prepares your skin to ‘lock in’ the nourishment provided by your Living Nature moisturiser.

Living Nature Hydrating Gel Mask (rrp NZ$45 for 50ml): once or twice a week drench your face in the natural care of Active Manuka Honey and Harakeke as well as calming Chamomile to help soothe irritated, sore winter skin and Ginger Extract for its anti-ageing benefits. This combination of botanical ingredients provides the complexion with a super-intensive, rejuvenating facial treat specifically created to restore and re-energise the skin and aid its repair. Just the ticket for de-hydrated winter skin!

Top Tips: always apply Hydrating Gel Mask to a clean face, leave on for 20 minutes and then rinse off with tepid (not hot!) water for super soft, supple skin. If your skin is particularly dry and sore, apply before going to bed and let its restorative action work its wonder whilst you sleep.

Living Nature Lip Hydrator (rrp NZ$29.50): don’t forget your lips this winter, especially if they’re dry, sore, chapped or cracked. This rich, long-lasting conditioning balm helps keep your lips moist, nourished and protected whilst also providing a gorgeous natural healthy sheen. Active Manuka Honey is combined with rich, moisture-enhancing plant butters and oils to deeply hydrate, condition, restore and create the perfect protective layer for the delicate skin on your lips. With its moisture-rich formulation, antimicrobial properties and antioxidant benefits, Lip Hydrator effectively conditions lips to help keep them super soft, supple and soothed all winter long.

Top Tips: wear alone day or night but also perfect as a primer under lipstick. Helps ‘prep’ lips for smooth, satiny coverage and lipstick that lasts longer. Use at night for a deep hydration infusion.

The beauty of Living Nature’s natural hydration boosters is they’ll help enhance your natural beauty whilst being good for your health too. As with all Living Nature’s skin care products they contain only certified natural preservatives, fragrances and ingredients and are certified natural by BDIH in Germany. Living Nature is also endorsed by Breast Cancer Network New Zealand and listed as a Safe Cosmetics Champion on the Skin Deep Cosmetic Safety Database. You can rest assured you won’t find any synthetic ingredients or chemicals ‘nasties’ in Living Nature’s natural hydration boosters; just oodles of natural goodness to give your skin a drink of water throughout the winter months.

Stockist Information: Living Nature’s certified natural hydration boosters are available nationwide from selected salons, pharmacies and health stores and online. For further information, contact Living Nature on Freephone 0508 548 464 or +64 9 4077895, emailinfo@livingnature.com or visit the company website www.livingnature.com.

Founded in 1987, Living Nature was one of the world’s first companies to produce a skin care line without the use of synthetic preservatives or parabens and has grown from being a natural skin care pioneer to an internationally-respected leader and innovator in the field of natural beauty. Using the native healing plants of New Zealand that are organic and wild crafted, Living Nature blends science and nature to produce high performance, naturally potent botanical products that are free from synthetic preservatives such as parabens, alcohol, phenoloxyethanol, sodium lauryl sulphate, artificial fragrances, phthalates and petroleum and mineral based oils along with other chemical nasties. The company is also committed to adopting ecology-friendly practices, sourcing botanicals only from sustainable sources and using simple, recyclable packaging that uses inks and papers, which are free-from dioxin and chlorine. Living Nature’s uncompromising standards have gained international attention resulting in natural certification by BDIH Germany, the world’s strictest certification body, endorsement by Breast Cancer Network New Zealand and the company being named as a Safe Cosmetics Champion on Skin Deep Cosmetic Safety Database.

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