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How to Restore Your Facial Glow in the Winter

all-you-need-to-know-about-refirme1 It has been a long time tradition that the winter is not kind to my skin. My normal to dry skin is an amazing plus in the summer, but in the winter it is the complete opposite. During the season, my face typically is dry, flaky, and dull.  A winning combination.

This polar vortex was really starting to have its way face when I discovered the only thing that truly works: jojoba oil. I am not talking about moisturizer or serum that claim to have it as an ingredient, but pure 100% jojoba oil.

Almost instantly the dryness in my face went away. Within less than a week I noticed that a significant glow had been restored to my skin. It is has now been a little over a month and my skin has a radiant glow that I have never had in the wintertime before.

If you are suffering from dry skin and/or feel like your complexion has been a bit lack luster in the winter season I strongly suggest trying this amazing elixir! It does not matter what your skin type is.  Jojoba oil has benefits for everyone.

pGNC1-2486167dt4 oz. bottle: $12.99- GNC

Instructions for use:

  • Normal to Dry Skin: Apply 1-2 drops after you wash face in the morning and at night.
  • Oily Skin: Apply 1-2 drops after you wash your face at night. Do not use in the morning.

For both skin types, be sure to apply the jojoba oil prior to putting on your facial moisturizer. This will prevent leaving an oily residue.

Will you be trying jojoba oil?

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1 Comment on How to Restore Your Facial Glow in the Winter

  1. jojoba is so magical – more people really ought to know about it. I have horrible acne prone skin, but rubbing a drop or two in and then steaming my face seems to clean up the blackheads and clogged pores before they can become spots! and it works wonders on dry elbow skin too… great post!

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