Skincare for Dry Skin

No makeup was worn in these pictures, only skincare

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Last year, after our trip to Colorado, my skin was extremely dry. To the point it felt scaly. It was so rough and flaky. I immediately made an appointment with my esthetician (now employer).

The weather in Texas is not only warmer but also a lot more humid than the Rocky Mountains. So, naturally my skin freaked! This year, I was prepared and determined to keep my skin in tact. Today, I’m sharing the products I took with me on our trip to make sure my skin stayed hydrated and healthy!

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Routine

Cleanser – Indie Lee Brightening

This is a lightweight gel cleanser that truly does brighten your complexion over time. The strawberry seed oil helps hydrate. It can also act as an exfoliant if left on for 5 mins to help rid of any dead skin cells. It also removes stubborn eye makeup.

Toner – Indie Lee CoQ-10

Not only is this going to balance your skin’s pH levels but the hyaluronic acid & aloe vera are going to hydrate.

Serum – Glossier Super Bounce

To be 100% honest – this serum is just okay. I brought it because I was testing it out. I prefer Raeka Beauty‘s 24 karat Gold Serum. Also rich in hyaluronic acid.

Moisturizer (morning only) – Indie Lee Active Oil-Free

Super lightweight. Love this for day time because it absorbs quickly. Highly recommend for all skin types.

Night Time

After I would cleanse and tone I would apply these two products that I believe saved my skin!

Tata Harper Hydrating Floral Mask

Game changer!!! I applied a thin layer of this evenly, all over my face nightly. This contains 1000 micro & macro molecular sizes of hyaluronic acid and replenishes any lost moisture. Sometimes I would apply the smallest amount to dryer areas in the morning.

Tata Harper Retinoic Nutrient Facial Oil

As if the mask wasn’t enough, I added this beautiful oil over top. It smells like a spa. I LOVE this oil.

Also Queens, I drank plenty of WATER! Please do not skip that step. This routine is great for dry skin types. I’ve had oily skin & hormonal acne as well, so if you need recommendations for that, let me know! I hope you find this helpful, especially this time of the year.

XO, Em

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10 thoughts on “Skincare for Dry Skin

  1. My skin HATES the Texas weather!! I’ve lived here my entire life and I don’t think my skin will EVER acclimate to the dramatic changes in temperature and humidity!! I am definitely going to check some of these out!

  2. I’ve never tried any of these products before, but I’ve been looking for something more hydrating to add to my skincare routine lately, and they sound great! I’ll have to check them out!

  3. I know the struggle. I have dry skin and it gets worse during the winter. The temperature in north Texas does not cooperate either lol It’s good to know that they are several product options to try.

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