Winter Beauty

Winter Skin Essentials

If you’re hitting the slopes this winter make sure you protect and care for your skin.  The extreme weather can cause dehydration, premature aging and sunburn leaving permanent damage, to ensure chap lips and sunburn are replaced with rosy cheeks and a glowing complexion here are is our pick of the best beauty products for the slopes.

  1. Dermalogica, Climate Control
    Provide a protective shield against climate assault with Dermalogica Climate Control. This therapeutic balm formulated with exclusive Anti-Ozonate Complex provides a barrier against future climatic assaults and goes a long way to shield your facial skin from chapping. £25.79
  2. SkinCeuticals Ultra Facial Defense SPF50
    Avoid damaging your skin with this fragrance free SPF50 that hydrates the skin for up to twelve hours.  A true broad-spectrum sunscreen it contains 7% transparent zinc oxide to help protect against the damaging effects of UVA and UVB rays as well as protecting the skin from photo-ageing and pigmentation.  For best results we’d recommend combining it with Phloretin CF® a preventive and corrective topical antioxidant treatment that is so worth the splurge. SkinCeuticals of Stylebible’s favourite skincare brands! £31.00
  3. Shiseido, Suncare Sun Protection Eye Cream SPF25
    Essential under eye wear this, protect your eyes with this rich eye cream that minimises the appearance of wrinkles and enhances skin’s radiance whilst providing protection against UVA/UVB rays to prevent signs of premature ageing.  £28.00
  4. Garnier Ambre Solaire UV Ski Combi
    Keep lips in shape using this highly practical, highly effective and handy two in one sun protection stick for face and lips.  Easy to apply it comes in a squeezable tube and has been specifically formulated for ski bunnies. £7.14
  5. SheerinO’kho Outdoor Meetings Wintertime
    Tested in Antarctica, this luxurious face cream adapts to changing climates and is designed to defend and care for skin subjected to the rigors of winter, minimizing reactions from the effects of wind, biting cold, rain and sun.  This product can be difficult to track down online but it is stocked online on the brands own website.
  6. Murad, Oil-Free Sunblock Sheer Tint SPF 15
    Protect and condition with this oil-free, lightly tinted formula that blends into all skin tones, shielding skin and creating a smooth and even complexion.  Lavender oil helps to calm and soothe, while Lecithin and skin conditioning agents lock in moisture and help improve skin appearance. £23.00
  7. Aromatherapy Associates De-Stress Muscle Gel
    A suitcase essential for skiing holidays, when your muscles are screaming at the end of a day out on the slopes, revive tired limbs in under ten minutes with this blend of rosemary, black pepper and ginger essential oils. £22.00
  8. Clarins, Energizing Emulsion for Tired Legs
    This energizing emulsion for legs is another great alternative for tired limbs after a hard days skiing.  Helps relax and relieve tired legs, whilst cooling them at the same time.  Gives a feeling of lightness and well-being, as well as softening the skin maintaining your natural moisture balance. £26.00
  9. This Works, In transit Muscle Therapy
    Muscle Therapy is a rich blend of essential oils that includes relaxing marjoram, stimulating black pepper and pain relieving clove to improve stiffness and pain. Packaged in a handy roller ball it allows you to target hard to reach areas, simply rub into joints to ease pain naturally leaving you feeling limber again in no time. £18.00
  10. Bliss Softening Socks
    If your ski boots haven’t been kind, with give rough or ragged feet a treat with these cosy socks in beautiful sky blue which have a special gel lining to soften dry skin.  Simply slip on for 20 minutes as a quick fix or wear overnight for an intensive treatment. £36.80 

Amanda started off her career as a chalet girl in Meribel when she was 18, she is the founder and editor of, has written and contributed to features for fashion publications, broadsheet newspapers and previously worked for the Good Ski Guide.

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