Written by: Sandra Levy-Valensi, Dermal Therapist at Aspire Medispa Perth
We often think to look after our skin and practice good habits to protect it from the harmful effects of sunlight during the summer but in winter we have a tendency to forget how the cold and the humidity can be straining.
The cold aggresses your skin by attacking its hydrolipidic film. Consisting mainly of sweat, sebum and water, this film covers the entire surface of your skin and protects it as a shield against external aggression. Thanks to him your skin retains flexibility and hydration.