Self-Heating Skincare You Need This Winter
There's something alluring about out-of-the-ordinary beauty routines—we're talking self-heating skin care to be more specific. And with temperatures dropping, the idea has never sounded more appealing.
Self-heating formulas work by creating an exothermic chemical reaction through its powerhouse ingredients of zeolite or magnesium sulfate. In other words, these heat-releasing elements benefit your skin by allowing other ingredients to work more efficiently. Plus, heat encourages circulation in the skin. Here are five products your skin should cozy up to this season.
If oily, clogged pores is something you struggle with on a day-to-day basis, consider this product. It's a rejuvenating thermal mask infused with charcoal that draws out dirt from pores and finishes with a cooling sensation for tingly-smooth skin. It's the ultimate at-home spa treatment.
Somme Institute Boost ($40)
Gentle enough for all skin types, this warming mask intensely nourishes the skin to a baby soft texture through gentle exfoliation. As a plus, it's pumpkin enzyme ingredient makes this cream smell like pumpkin pie, which in all honesty is enough for us to add to cart!
This blackhead-tackling formula is infused with 100 percent natural sparkling water that deeply penetrates into the pores for a smoother and firmer-looking complexion. Plus, it features charcoal powder to open up clogged pores to deeply exfoliate dead skin cells.
Innisfree Ginger Oil Warming Mask ($22.41)
The powerhouse ingredient of ginger is known for its warming elements and anti-aging benefits. Rich in antioxidants, this warming mask promotes elasticity and soothes the skin for an even skin tone.
PureHeal’s Volcanic Pore Heating Gel ($34.44)
This natural pore treatment activates the heating gel to expand into the pores, whisking away all blackhead-causing blockage.
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