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With this skincare survival guide, youll be well equipped to handle whatever the season throws your way. Skinits a beautiful thing. Wear it well this winter.
Dr. Katie Rodan and Dr. Kathy Fields
HOW TO defy dull skin. With dryness and weather, your skins natural shedding process is more visible. If dry, flaky skin is getting you down, try gentle exfoliation to clear the clutter and reveal a younger-looking complexion. Expert tip: Not all skin is created equally. Use a
combination of macro- and micro-exfoliation tools, along with gentle exfoliating skincare products targeted for specific areas of skin, including lips, face and body, and leave the dullness to your kitchen knives. If, in addition to dullness, your skin has you seeing red, try a moisturizer with peptides to build up your skins barrier.
HOW TO prevent raccoon eyes. Raccoon eyes can be the unfortunate consequence of ski goggles and high-altitude sun exposure. Seasoned skiers come prepared with a generous amount of broad spectrum sunscreen over all exposed skin. Dont forget to repeat throughout the day. Expert tip: To make reapplication easier, be like MacGyver and use a sunscreen stick on the face and neck, so you can keep your gloves onand the sun off.
HOW TO lock in moisture.Taking long showers and soaking in hot tubs wont hydrate your skin. Instead, take quick, lukewarm
showers and apply a heavy moisturizer to damp skin immediately afterwards. Maintain a skin-friendly environment indoors by using a humidifier to keep the humidity around 50%. If winter dryness still tries to make its mark, outwit your environment by applying a moisture replenishing cream in the cover of night.
HOW TO beat winter blues. Seasonal Affective Disorder (S.A.D. Syndrome) is a form of depression that often occurs in the winter. It affects up to 20% of people and is four times more common in women. Because skin is a reflection of your inner health, when youre depressed, it often shows on your face. Beat the winter blues with non-UV blue light therapy for 30 minutes a day to replicate the suns mood boost.
HOW TO toast to your health. Ski slopes and sleigh rides invite toasts with hot toddies and spiced cider, but dry-air-induced dehydration and sensitivity make drinking alcohol a risky choice. Outsmart facial redness by sipping only one glass of red wine before
calling it a day. If you have imbibed, halt the telltale inflammatory cascade with a soothing lotion powered by peptides to calm inflammation and reduce redness.
Noticing a few changes to your complexion this time of year? Youre not alone. Skin is hydrated primarily from the outside rather than the inside, which means climate plays an important role. Fight back against winter skin woes with a few simple changes to your routine; use this handy how-to survival guide to combat some of the seasons worst-case scenarios. Mother Nature has officially met her match.
SKINCARE SURVIVAL GUIDE
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REDEFINE YOUR JOURNEY ...
For support on your journey to great skin, check out the RF Connection micro-site, which includes videos from the Doctors, answers to FAQs, ingredient lists and more. To access the site, visit www.rodanandfields.com/rfconnection.
... TO YOUNGER-LOOKING SKINScience has taught us that DNA accounts for only 20% of visible aging changes. So yes, genetics play a role, but the environment and our daily habits are responsible for a whopping 80%. Start today on your road to younger-looking skin by incorporating intelligent, effective daily skincare. Its never too late, or too soon, to change your skins destiny.
GET A FAST START GO THE DISTANCE AMP IT UP
Reclaim your skins radiant glow in just five minutes once a week with this hand-held tool that incorporates clinically proven exfoliation technology with our custom DOC-SMART programming. The result? Smoother, even and more radiant-looking skin.
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SKIN FACT VS. FICTION
SKINPACT SPOTLIGHT Wintertime means longer nights and shorter days. Since skin repairs while you sleep, this also means that your skin has more time to do its work. Tune in to the Skinpact News webisode, Winter SolsticeThe Best Skin Night of the Year, to hear from Dr. Katie Rodan and Dr. Kathy Fields why beauty sleep is more literal than you might think. Visit www.facebook.com/rodanandfields to watch now.
SHARE YOUR RESULTS Track your progress on your journey to great skin and share your results with us on the Rodan + Fields Results micro-site. Nothing makes us happier than seeing how our products are helping to change skin and change lives.
Scan the code or visit www.rodanandfieldsresults.com to upload your pictures today. If your story is selected for publication, youll receive a complimentary Rodan + Fields Multi-Med Therapy regimen of choice.
With common assumptions often shared as fact, its no wonder we often get confused. Heres the skin-friendly truth behind some of the most common skin-fictions.
Sun exposure is the best way to get your daily dose of vitamin D.
Get vitamin D from fortified milk, orange juice, fatty fish or a weekly multivitamin containing 10,000 IU of vitamin D3.
Sunlight does stimulate vitamin D production, but the Skin Cancer Foundation recommends getting it from non-sun sources to reduce risk of skin cancer.
You need to drink at least eight glasses of water a day to keep skin hydrated.
Skin is hydrated from the outside in, not the inside out. You need only 91 ounces of fluids a day to get your fill and much of that comes from foods like fruits and vegetables. Use a moisturizer and a humidifier to prevent skin dehydration.
You can stay hydrated with your daily food and drinks. By overhydrating, you could flush out critical vitamins and electrolytes.
Tanning beds are safe because they filter out most of the UVB burning rays.
Getting your glow from a bottle, tube or handheld spray is the safest way to simulate a tan.
Sun lamps emit significantly greater quantities of aging UVA rays, contributing to premature skin aging and increasing the incidence of both melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers.
FICTION FACT EXPLAINED