Dry, cracked skin is a reality every New Yorker knows all too well come late fall and winter, even if you moisturize obsessively. When you’re spending a good deal of time indoors in a heated environment, you can expect dry skin, a sore throat, dry eyes, and even sinus problems.
Just when you thought it couldn’t get worse, it turns out sugar isn’t only bad for your waistline, it’s also bad for you skin; and we’re not just talking possible breakouts, but signs of aging too.
I used to be all about La Prairie’s Skin Caviar (even though I was probably too young to fully appreciate it), but when it comes to age-defying, hydrating beauty products, nothing tops their new Cellular Swiss Ice Crystal collection.
No, these gloves and slippers are not sexy; in fact, when I first wore them I was at my parents’ apartment, and they both proceeded to laugh out loud when they saw me lounging about in them…head shakes may also have been involved, and these are my parents!!
My hands have taken a serious beating in the last month, having endured severe climate shifts from a freezing 18 to a steamy 80 degrees (and let’s not even start on the dry plane flights in between).
If you’ve used Hourglass’ primer you’ve probably been wondering why the heck, in all these years, they haven’t launched skincare.