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Fashion / Beauty

Take Care of Your Skin Like an Italian Supermodel

Fight the Harsh Winter Blues With Borghese in Your Carry-On

BY Promoted Series Correspondent // 02.02.18

If there’s one thing we can always count on in Texas, it’s the humidity, but the recent spate of frigid temps, windy days and dry air is giving Bayou City skin a case of the winter blues. For the ultimate save our skin routine, Borghese’s collection of hydrating products are the prayer answering S.O.S, ready to gently rescue and replenish.

Hydrating inside and out are the best ways to combat dry skin, so increasing water consumption, investing in a good humidifier and keeping an eye on the thermostat to keep extra air dryness at bay are the first steps in giving Old Man Winter the boot.

Once you’ve refreshed your water bottle and checked the thermostat, reach for Borghese’s Crema Saponetta Cleansing Creme. The cream is gentle on weather-battered skin and dissolves surface debris and brings skin to a balanced state. Even though Crema Saponetta cleanses down deep in the pores, its anti-inflammatory properties help tamp down irritation.

Lock in all that moisture with Acqua Ristorativo Hydrating Concentrate once in the morning and at night. The blend of watermelon fruit extract helps protect skin against free radicals, while murumuru butter restores suppleness and softens skin. The concentrate’s sodium hyaluronate and pro-vitamin B preserves the skin’s natural moisture, elasticity, and tone, which are all put under serious stress during the winter. The Hyaluronic Acid attracts and binds moisture to the skin.

A Healthy Beauty Addiction

Italian supermodel Mariacarla Boscono travels the world with Borghese’s skincare collection in her carry-on, and is always prepared for whatever the weather throws her way, thanks to the Fango Active Mud Mask.

The face of Borghese, Boscono grew up in the warm, watery embrace of Italian’s natural thermal springs — and she appreciates Borghese’s natural ways. The Fango Active Mud is enriched by volcanic clay and minerals from the thermal springs.

“I like products when they extend to more than one use. You can do Fango all over your body, your hair, on your face, or just the T-zone,” Mariacarla Boscono says in a recent article.

If Fango is the balm for dry, travel-weary skin, then Borghese’s Restorative’s Eye Sheet Masks are the finishing touch, giving the delicate skin around the eyes gentle hydration. Boscono relies on the Restorative Eye Sheet Masks for healthy skin and can’t imagine going without.

“They are an addiction, they work so well,” Boscono says in a recent interview.

Borghese’s arsenal of natural, hydrating products are just the cold weather combo your skin is thirsting for this winter, so go ahead and drink it in. Summer’s just around the corner.

After all, everyone needs a little help — and Italian supermodels know best.

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