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Thursday, 12 September 2013

The Guest Post | Caring For Your Skin In The Colder Months

happy Sunday, girls! by the time you're reading this, i'll be sunning myself in Gran Canaria (sorry!), so have lined up some guest posts for you whilst i'm away for the week. Becky from The Wonders of Wardrobes is kicking it off today with her top products for caring for your sin in the colder months, something i'm dreading coming back to next week! please go and check out her blog, follow and do all the lovely little things i know you will do - enjoy!

Hey guys! I’m Becky from The Wonders of Wardrobes and I’m doing a guest post for Sophie on her blog.

If you haven’t already noticed – it’s cold. I went out today in a massive jumper and my winter coat and was still a little bit chilly. It’s only September! So I decided to do a post on how to look after your skin in the colder months. The cold can really wreak havoc upon your skin and make it a lot dryer than normal. Here are my top products to keep your skin in tip top shape!

Lips and Face 

This Nivea lip butter is really good at keeping your lips hydrated throughout the day. As it’s a butter, it’s super thick and also I think it smells like sweets, which is always a bonus. For my face, I chose the Lush moisturiser ‘Celestial’ which is meant to ‘stop the loss of moisture’ from your skin. I definitely do think this keeps your skin feeling really hydrated throughout the day.


This has been an all time favourite of mine for a very long time. I think this was one of the very first products from Soap and Glory that I ever used and I’m glad it was! The Righteous Butter is designed for very dry skin which is definitely what we all need for these chilly times ahead.


I remember seeing this hair mask in one of Fleur’s videos (I can’t remember which one, bad blogger sorry!)  and from her review, I just had to try it. It is self proclaimed as a ‘nourishing intense mask’ that ‘respects hair fibre’ and my goodness, it has become my all time favourite hair product. Not only does it leave my hair feeling silky smooth and soft, it smells great and it’s sulphate free!

I hope I’ve been of some use for you all and if in doubt, just crack out the winter PJ’s!

Becky x

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  1. Great post I totally agree I always find my lips are the worse when it comes to colder weather with dryness so its always nice to keep them in good condition with balms and scrubs x

  2. I'm in love with Nivea lip butters <3 And I think I need to try out L'oreal mask :)

    Lovely blog!