Characteristics of Dry Skin

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If you have dry skin, you may notice your skin is usually tight and possibly even flakey. Your pores are almost unnoticeable. After you wash your skin, you can feel it begging for moisture. People with dry skin often deal with more surface wrinkles and fine lines then those with combination to oily skin due to dehydration. Not only should you be washing, toning and moisturizing in the morning, you should also make sure to do the same at night.

When looking for a toner, make sure you are not buying an astringent which is made specifically for oily skin as this will leave your skin even drier. You'll see specific nighttime moisturizers on the market, but if you've got a great daytime moisturizer, there is no need to splurge on a separate nighttime product.

Here is a great three-step skin care regime for dry skin.

Boscia: Soothing Cleansing Cream
Cream cleansers are always a great choice for dry skin. Unlike foam or gel cleanser, this will simply cleanse your skin without stripping the oils from your face. With ingredients such as chamomile, carrot root, Jojoba leaf and willowherb your skin will be soothed, nourished and protected against early signs of aging.

Boscia: Balancing Facial Tonic
Many women with dry skin are skeptical of toners. This toner will nourish and sooth your skin with lavender water and amino acids meant to maintain and boost moisture.

With added antioxidants and anti-irritants, your skin will be smooth and soft and irritant free. Apply to a cotton ball or pad and rub on your face in a circular motion.

Boscia: Vital Daily Moisture SPF 15
This is a great day moisturizer with sun protection. Remember to apply extra sunscreen as the day goes on.

With Willowherb, jojoba leaf, wine yeast and marine complex, your skin will receive necessary moisture as well as protection against premature aging.