Feed your skin and banish dryness with nourishing products from geoskincare this winter and we’ll give $1 from every product sold to The Salvation Army food bank.
We all know the story: Winter hits, the colder weather sets in and we start to crave nourishing, rich foods. The same goes for our skin. Changes in temperature and the use of heaters and air-conditioning all contribute to drier skin, so during the winter months it’s important to “feed” your skin to keep it looking its best.
Made from pure extracts, essential oils and natural minerals found only in New Zealand’s geothermal regions, geoskincare products are designed to nourish, nurture and protect your skin – even in the coolest weather.
Combat winter dryness and protect from environmental factors with these products from geoskincare:
Daily Cleansing Cream
This cleanser is perfect for winter when the skin needs additional hydration. Organic avocado oil and geothermal silica leave the skin calm, refreshed and completely clean.
A triple-action hydrating serum enriched with organic aloe vera to restore skin, and organic oils and extracts provide antioxidants to help reduce the signs of aging.
Blended with organic oils and vitamin e, this rich moisturiser delivers intensive hydration.
Avocado and Grapeseed Masque
This soothing masque is the perfect pick-me-up for dehydrated winter skin. With its rich formulation of organic oils and organic cocoa butter, this creamy non–setting masque is almost good enough to eat.
At geoskincare, we understand that winter can be a tough time for many New Zealand families. So, for every product sold at participating stockists during July and August 2012, we’ll donate $1 to The Salvation Army food bank to help ensure more kiwi families have access to nourishing meals this winter.
As well as providing individuals and families with food parcels and immediate support, The Salvation Army also assists with long-term services including budgeting advice, counselling, life skills coaching, social work, transitional housing programmes, and practical needs-based services. For more information on the important work undertaken by the The Salvation Army, please visit www.salvationarmy.org.nz