The SKINNEY Guide To Moisturizing And Avoiding Breakouts!

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By now you are probably tired of talking about the cold weather and the whole polar vortex thing. Naturally, you are probably also tired of your dry winter skin. Enter the ever so complicated battle between moisturizing your face and avoiding breakouts. Lucky for you we rounded up the experts at New York’s SKINNEY Medspa to breakdown your skincare routine to keep you moisturized and breakout free .

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SKINNEY Medspa’s Jolie Martin recommends starting with a gentle cleanser like Clarins Cleansing Milk ($30) or Clarins Gentle Foaming Cleanser ($22).

SKINNEY Medspa’s co-founder Adriana Martino says to exfoliate regularly using SKINNEY Medspa’s Heat-Activated Thermal Scrub ($55). This exfoliator really polishes your skin, removing dead-dull skin off of the outer layer of skin leaving your skin feeling renewed and fresh. TIP: Use in the shower when your pores are open most, for a deeper product penetration.

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Adriana also recommends using a Hyaluronic Acid serum like SkinCeuticals Hydrating B5 Gel (available at SKINNEY Medspa – $74) to lock in moisture and to help keep a barrier from the harsh winter elements. 

The next step: treat yourself! Adriana recommends getting a hydrating facial. “Who doesn’t love getting a facial? This luxe treatment will provide masks and serums for your skin that provides deep moister that your skin lacks during the winter months.” Finish off with a Glycolic Peel to buff away all of the environmental impurities 

Have severally dry skin? Get a deeper peel like SKINNEY Medspa’s VI Peel ($450). This medium peel is packed with vitamins that nourish your skin. Your skin will begin to flake, and in a few short days your skin will look like a dewy and hydrated. 

Jolie says to always finish your routine with an eye cream and lip care. Her favorite all in one is Elizabeth Arden’s Eight Hour Skin Cream ($19.50).