Why a water based cream should be your new winter moisturizer

They say nothing is certain but death and taxes, but there’s one more thing- you can have good hydrated skin this time of the year. The dry, polluted winter weather in India combined with your office radiators can cause havoc on your skin.

When it comes to hydration in winters your first pick might be cocoa butter and oil-based moisturizers. However, this year we are all about slathering on smarter with innovative water-based cream that’s perfect for winter months.

Aloe and Cucumber Body Cream

We recently came out with a refreshing Aloe and Cucumber Body Cream which comes in a decent size (200 ml) to last you the complete winter season. Now while you might have a few body creams and lotions in rotation, here’s why you should consider changing them for BAENE Aloe and Cucumber Hand and Body Cream:

  1. Water-based creams almost have a jelly-like consistency, but won’t leave skin sticky.
  2. Natural Cucumber and Aloe give all the essential nutrients your skin craves
  3. It stimulates the regeneration of skin cells
  4. It is great for all skin types
  5. It absorbs pretty quickly and you don’t need a lot of product to get full coverage. A little bit goes all the way.

Body cream clogged pores

Basic Science- Skin is a breathable organ and needs to have contact with the environment to regulate itself. If you’re going to apply super-thick lotions, you’re blocking your sweat glands since there’s too much product clogging up your pores.  So lightweight water-based cream gives your skin the vital hydration it needs.

So, how long does the hydration from water-based cream last?

Every time you wash your body or do something that strips the natural oils from your skin, like working out, you’ll want to add a fresh layer of the water-based cream. But in general, twice a day- morning and evening should be enough.

 

Let us know in the comments if you have something to add. Cheers!

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