Autumn is slowly settling in, with its colors, its freshness and its shortening days. We feel that our skin is a little more sensitive, it is drier. It's normal, the wind and cold of autumn make the air drier, which increases the dehydration of the skin during the day and weakens the epidermis.
It's the perfect time to adapt your routine!
Before any change in routine:
Remove dead cells
If you haven't already done so since your return from vacation, free your skin of accumulated dead cells. Indeed, this is a very important step in the fall because cell renewal tends to be slowed down during this season. By exfoliating your skin, you help your skin to regenerate and this allows products to work better on your skin.
The best scrub for this: the Light Scrub (fluffable)
Hydrate as much as possible
To help the skin fight against dehydration in the fall. Hydratense serum, rich in very low molecular weight hyaluronic acid, deeply hydrates your skin and tightens the surface tissues.
Absolute Hydration Cream
The perfect day cream to combat external aggressions (wind & cold) during the day and moisturize the skin. Rich in vegetable oils of sesame, jojoba, hazelnut and macadamia, your skin is soft, hydrated and protected.
It is suitable for all skin types.
Include a beauty oil
Thanks to our beauty oils, provide strong and effective active ingredients while protecting your skin from external aggressions and fighting against dehydration (this is the principle of virgin and first pressed vegetable oils). So choose the CHO Nature beauty oil adapted to your skin type.
For mature, dry and normal-dry skin, we recommend using dry skin beauty oil this season.
Dry skin beauty oil
The oil of the season for fall and winter. Dry skin beauty oil, formerly called "morning oil", was designed to combat the external aggressions of the day which dry out and weaken the skin. It nourishes and protects your skin throughout the day and provides it with anti-aging active ingredients. A must-have for mature skin and dry skin this season, in the morning.