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A Guide to Restoring Your Skin’s Radiance Before Going Back to Campus

December 1st, 2021

Beauty, Skincare

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As we go from summer to winter, it’s that time of year to start transitioning your skin care routine. Summer is fleeting, but it can leave lasting blemishes on your skin without a proper defense plan.

During the summer, your skin barrier is compromised by excessive sun exposure and humidity, unleashing unwanted havoc on your skin. Sunscreen, moisturizer, and cleanser are key ingredients for summertime skin care. While sunscreen is essential in minimizing the risk of sun damage, it can be a contributing factor in clogging pores when the skin sweats. It goes without saying, using a skin care routine is always recommended no matter the season. To restore your pre-summer youthful glow and radiance, follow this five-step regimen.

The epidermis (outer layer of the skin) is a complex structure protecting your skin from all environmental elements.

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First, implement a gentle cleansing agent into your routine. The glycolic acid in Dermalogica Daily Glycolic Cleanser brightens and rejuvenates the skin. The cleanser makes the skin more supple and increases the skin’s moisture content via Calendula Extract. The Jojoba Seed Oil heals and nourishes the skin while retaining the skin’s protective barrier.

Glycolic Cleanser

  • Reveals a fresh glow
  • Helps tone and brighten skin
  • Diminishes dull skin

Use a deeply rich and repairing moisturizer to help keep your skin looking hydrating and replenish the moisture levels. With the Super Rich Repair moisturizer, the properties will help defend against free radicals that cause premature aging. The peptides included in this formula stabilize and support the skin’s tone.

Super Rich Repair

  • Toning peptides for supple skin
  • Soothing complex to nourish the skin
  • Hydrates and retains the skin’s moisture

The skin barrier is vulnerable to various types of environmental elements, including UV radiation and harsh exfoliants. To sustain and repair the skin barrier, use gentle ingredients such as Evening Primrose to restore the epidermis. Borage Seed Oil aids in reducing inflammation. The UltraCalming Complex containing Oat and botanical will cradle and comfort the skin as it heals. For optimal results, use the Dermalogica Barrier Repair.

Barrier Repair

  • Restorative qualities on the epidermal barrier
  • Refreshes and revitalizes appearance
  • Soothes and heals

A fast and effective hydrating mask can do wonders for your skin. Hydro Masque Exfoliant contains cucumber extract, providing soothing properties. Lock in hydration with antioxidants and Vitamin D. Your skin will look refreshed and replenished after just five minutes.

Hydro Masque Exfoliant

  • Helps exfoliate and renews appearance of the skin
  • Soothes and cleanses
  • Locks in Hydration

SPF is vital in retaining youthful, dewy-looking skin. Plus, it reduces the risk of skin cancer. No matter what time of year, it should be included in the steps you take to protect your skin against sun damage. Dermalogica Protection 50 sport SPF50 is dual acting for face and body. The Oleosome microspheres optimize the SPF performance while guarding your skin from free radicals. Free radicals cause untimely and unflattering dark spots, blemishes and wrinkles.

Protection 50 sport SPF50

  • Significantly filters out UVB rays
  • Helps retain moisture to skin
  • Non-greasy and won’t cause breakouts

For tips and additional guidance on renewing your skin, visit the beauty blog to stay abreast of the latest information.

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