Revitalize Your Winter Skin: Top 5 Skincare Ingredients to Combat Dryness

One thing about winter; it’s going to dry out your skin. The combination of harsh winds, low temperatures, and indoor heating strip your skin of its natural moisture, leaving it dry and dehydrated. The solution is key ingredients in your skincare routine that help to moisturize, plump, and hydrate your skin to kick winter dryness to the curb.

Glycerin: The Hydration Hero

Glycerin is a powerhouse when it comes to hydration. This naturally occurring substance helps your skin attract and retain water, keeping your moisture barrier intact. 

Glycerin is one of the main ingredients in our Goat-to Face Cream, alongside other powerful ingredients like Goat Milk, Sunflower Seed Oil, and Honey.

Shea Butter: Nature's Nourishment

Shea Butter is a rich, creamy substance derived from the nuts of the Shea Tree. It's known for its high concentration of fatty acids and vitamins, making it an excellent emollient for dry and flaky skin.

Goat Milk: Reinforce Your Skin Barrier

Goat Milk is one of our favorite skincare ingredients, as it boasts a long list of benefits for your skin. Not only does this all-natural ingredient deeply moisturize dry skin, but it hydrates and gently exfoliates with naturally occurring Lactic Acid. 

You can find Goat Milk in our bar soaps, face line, body lotion, and more. 

Jojoba Oil: Mimic Your Skin's Natural Oils

Jojoba Oil is a plant-based oil that closely resembles the natural oils produced by our skin. It's rich in vitamins and minerals, making it an excellent choice for nourishing dry and parched skin. This incredible oil is also a carrier ingredient for Retinol, meaning it helps to increase the efficacy and benefits of this anti-ager. 

Vitamin E: The Antioxidant Shield

Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that helps protect the skin from free radical damage caused by environmental stressors, such as harsh winter weather and pollution. We use Vitamin E in all of our moisturizing products to ensure that your skin is protected year round.

Winter can wreak havoc on your skin, but it doesn’t have to. Building your skincare routine with your environment, skin type, and skin needs in mind can help keep your skin barrier healthy and protected regardless of the season.