February is the month of love so why not treat your skin to some tender loving care with Dormer. There are a plethora of diseases that can wreak havoc on our skin. From acne to eczema to psoriasis, these skin conditions can often lower our self-esteem and hinder our ability to see our natural beauty. Dormer offers a proven solution to many skin concerns.
Brave the winter elements with our advanced face and hand moisturizer. Of all our body parts, the face and hands are the least protected from cold weather. The fingers, nose, ears, and cheeks are the most common to get frostbite. Less extreme, the skin loses its elasticity when it’s exposed to the cold for too long causing rough, dry, scaly, itchy skin. Especially during this season, we tend to experience the same effects through frequent hand washing. That’s why it’s essential that your skin care routine include a deep moisturizer to withstand cold and dry temperatures.
2019 is well underway and now is as good a time as any to assess the health of our skin. With our hectic schedules, it’s difficult to commit to a thorough skin care regimen that works as hard as we do, which can cause us to neglect providing our largest organ with the nourishment it needs. But proper skin care does not have to feel like an added chore. With convenient multi-purpose formulas, Dormer products are easy to incorporate in your busy lifestyle. While other brands take several applications or even different products to condition your skin, Dormer 211 moisturizers achieve the same result with less fuss.
There’s a misconception that wearing sunscreen is unnecessary during colder seasons, but protecting your skin from UV damage should be a daily, year-round practice. Even with lower temperatures and overcast skies, you are still at risk to sun exposure. The sun radiates two types of rays: ultraviolet A (UVA) and ultraviolet B (UVB). A large percentage of UVA rays are able to reach the Earth’s surface no matter the season. These are the culprits that cause signs of aging as well as skin cancers. While UVB rays do not penetrate the skin as deeply as UVA and are weaker in the winter, they can easily reflect off of snow and ice, reaching you just the same.