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dry heat skincare {desert life}

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Vaseline. The opinions and text are all mine.

Summer is in full force now and you must be feeling the heat!  I grew up on the East Coast so I definitely get the humidity, but here in Palm Springs, its all a dry heat.  Dry heat is harder on your skin and if you are not careful, desert skin can become damaged – today, we moisturize.

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Every climate has its beauty challenges.  In the desert, dry heat sucks the moisture from your skin and actually accelerates the aging process if you don’t combat it with moisture.  In addition to the dry air, the sun can be a bit harsh in the desert.  Post-sun care is always a concern.  There are three simple (and mandatory) steps to surviving the desert with glowing skin, whether at home or on vacation.

  1. Exfoliate. Rid your body of damaged, dry skin with a gentle exfoliater – remember not to scrub with anything too abrasive or you can damage your skin further.
  2. Cleanse. Use gentle soapless cleansers in the the shower or at least soaps that are fragrance-free.
  3. Moisturize.  Apply moisturizer within the first few minutes of getting out of the shower to trap in moisture.  Reapply as needed throughout the day.
  4. SPF.  Protect your skin from further damage from the sun with SPF. Wide-brimmed hats are also a great idea!

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For ease of application, I like to grab a continuous spray moisturizer.  Vaseline Intensive Care Aloe Soothe Spray Moisturizer is a great option as it applies quickly and absorbs into the skin within seconds.  With the addition of aloe, your skin will be super supple and smooth.  It is a non-greasy formula so you are left with glowing skin, not an oil slick!  Find out more at Vaseline !

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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Vaseline. The opinions and text are all mine.

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