4 Steps To Detoxify Skin After Cooking
As anyone who spends time in the kitchen knows, kitchen oils, fumes, and aromas can leave the skin feeling less than clean, and even more, flour particles and pollutants may clog pores, and soot toxins and excessive heat may accelerate skin aging. If you love spending time in the kitchen, here are four ways to take care of your skin after making a meal:
Clean & Detoxify
Clean your face from oils, vapored food residuals, flour, and soot and detoxify your skin with 1-Step Multi-Cleanse. In seconds, this cleanser melts away surface debris, pore impurities, and pollutants without damaging the skin’s barrier while leaving the skin clean, hydrated, and protected.
Moisturize the Face
Restore hydration to the skin after exposure to high-heat cooking with the 24/7 Barrier Balance Cream. Infused with Defensin-molecules and multi-action barrier balancing ingredients, this light-weight lotion regenerates and rejuvenates the appearance of the skin.
Repair “Chef Neck”
Repair "chef neck," wrinkles on your neck, with the elegant 6-Week Perfection Neck Cream. It’s the perfect complement to combat fine lines due to keeping your head down during cooking for an extended period of time.
Hydrate and Soothe the Hands
Hydrate and soothe the hands with the 10 Luxe Hand & Body Cream after repeated washing while cooking and cleaning up. This Good Housekeeping Award winner is backed by clinical studies and is proven to visibly enhance firmness and elasticity on the hands.
Accidents Happen - Use BioSerum
Keep a tube of the 8-in-1 BioSerum on your kitchen counter in case of accidental burns. This Defensin-concentrate helps address the burn discomfort almost immediately.*