Seasonal Transition and Hydration
With fall in full swing, does your skin feel dry and tight, look dull and dehydrated? The dip in temperatures leads to lower humidity so there’s less moisture on the surface of your skin. Menopausal fluctuations with increased levels of iron on the surface of the skin only further the appearance of skin aging. If you haven’t already reassessed your seasonal skincare routine, now Is the time.
Extra hydration is imperative. The added boost of a nourishing, rich formulation can help combat the loss of moisture. i-On is the only cosmetic skincare on the market that removes excess iron from the surface of the skin then delivers lush ingredients to help support hydration and healing. Read more about iron and skin here.
Consider layering for additional moisturization. Build your moisture base by beginning with an efficacious yet lightweight emulsion before applying your cream.
The delicate skin around the eyes is the first to reveal the impact of moisture loss so always add eye cream – especially one that is clinically proven to reduce the appearance of fine lines and dark circles.
Cleanse with care – use a gentle, creamy cleanser that will deeply clean but also leave your skin moisturized.