Hyaluronic & Vitamin C Cleansing Shave Cream by HIMistry Naturals
Fulfilled by our friends at HIMistry Naturals
Feeling the effects of dry skin? As we age, our skin can dry out, causing flaking and deeper lines. A simple way to eliminate the problem is to ensure your face has what it needs to maintain moisture and boost healing. This cleaning shave cream is just the ticket.
The skin naturally produces hyaluronic acid, but with age, this production decreases. This cleansing cream adds it back into the body and helps increase the amount of moisture in the skin. You’ll notice a smoother look with continued use. Vitamin C is also essential for keeping skin hydrated. It improves both skin tone and texture, reducing unsightly bumps and making you look younger. With regular use, it will nourish the skin and protect against sun damage. Those working outdoors often find their skin prematurely aging. The addition of Vitamin C to your daily routine will help keep this issue at bay.
This cleansing shave cream contains olive oil, which fights aging and improves the elasticity of your skin, promoting a youthful look. Olive oil helps to repair existing damage and hydrates your cells. Added to this is grapeseed oil, which can lighten scars and reduce the chances of inflammation, while protecting your skin from further damage.
What It Does
Reduces sun damage
Improves tone and texture
Aids in collagen production
How To Use
As a cleanser - apply a small amount to clean fingertips then gently massage into damp facial areas in upward, circular motions. Avoid the immediate eye area. Rinse thoroughly or remove excess with a damp wash cloth.
Limit washing to twice a day and after sweating. Wash your face once in the morning and once at night, as well as after sweating heavily. Perspiration, especially when being active or wearing a hat, can irritate the skin.
As a shave cream - before you shave, wet your skin and hair to soften it. A great time to shave is right after a shower, as your skin will be warm and moist and free of excess oil and dead skin cells that can clog up your razor blade.
Next, apply a shaving cream or gel. Shave in the direction that the hair grows. This is an important step to help prevent razor bumps and burns.
Rinse after each swipe of the razor. Store your razor in a dry area.