Okay, now that Thanksgiving is over in the USA and we’re officially a month away from The Big Day, we figure it’s a safe time to start mentioning Christmas! Buying someone the gift of skincare is truly a great way to show them that you care and there are several products from Decleor and Dermalogica which make fabulous festive stocking fillers. Read on to see what we recommend:
Christmas is a time for indulgence and luxury, which is why this deeply nourishing, luxurious cream from Decleor would make an excellent gift for anyone who struggles with dry skin. It protects the skin against dryness and feeling tight, as well as brightening the complexion and encouraging cell renewal.
This little bottle may not look like much but the contents are extremely potent and will be a welcome sight at the bottom of any stocking. The oil creates a cushion between your skin and the razor, allowing you to have a super close shave without any irritation. It also helps to moisturise the skin and prevent ingrown hairs.
We don’t know about you, but one of the things we LOVE about Boxing Day is treating ourselves to a long bath or shower using all of the products we got given as gifts, and this shower oil will not only allow your loved one to have a relaxing shower but also deeply moisturise their skin, leaving them feeling rejuvenated for the rest of the festive period.
There’s nothing quite so relaxing as reclining in a chair whilst letting a good face mask do its work, and this charcoal-based mask from Dermalogica is good for all skin types, making it the perfect gift. The charcoal detoxifies, brightens and invigorates your skin and the fast acting and easily removed formula rescues tired, lacklustre and dull skin – perfect after a few days of eating and drinking with the family!
Let’s face it – five presents are better than one, so this starter kit from Decleor would make the perfect gift (or five!) for someone you love. The kit contains everything you need to rehydrate dry skin on both your face and your body and would be ideal for anyone who likes to spend a lot of time travelling.