Skincare cream on the back of a hand

3 products to keep your skin glowing this winter

Winter’s rough on your state of mind, there’s no denying, but have you ever thought about the havoc it wreaks on your skin?

CeraVe have, so have quickly shot to the top of the game in the world of winter skincare for men and women, pumping out some quality products that take away the need to think about how you’ll keep yourself nice as the sun disappears.

And for those with a more sensitive type of skin, they’ve got your back, too, with each of their products give the OK tick by dermos for those with ezcema, dermatitis, psoriasis and more.

They’ve got a hand cream, the CeraVe Reparative Hand Cream, which has a non-greasy formula that moisturises dry, cracked hands. Formulated with three essential ceramides and hyaluronic acid, it provides long-lasting hydration and restores the skin barrier to promote soft, smooth skin.

Further to that, the CeraVe Moisturising Cream is formulated for dry to very dry skin, this hero product showcases a rich, oil-free formula to moisturise and restore the protective skin barrier. It features a combination of skin-identical ceramides, hyaluronic acid, and glycerin delivered via MVE Technology to provide 24 hour hydration. Paraben-free, fragrance-free, allergy tested, non-comedogenic and hypoallergenic, CeraVe’s Moisturising Cream is suitable for sensitive skin.

While finally, for those who’re after more of al all-over experience, the CeraVe Moisturising Lotion is ideal. It’s a lightweight, oil-free formulation for those who prefer an elegant lotion texture, CeraVe’s Moisturising Lotion is formulated with three skin-identical ceramides, hyaluronic acid and glycerin, delivered via MVE Technology to provide 24 hour hydration. A non-comedogenic formula that won’t clog pores, it’s hypoallergenic and non-irritating, this fragrance-free moisturising lotion absorbs quickly and is gentle on the skin.

Get all these products from Chemist Warehouse.

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