Dare to try it: Moore Unique Skin Care line
The first step in your routine you’ll need to tweak is washing your face. If you’re used to a gel or foam cleanser, now is the time to switch to a richer milky cleanser. Moore's Hydrate Facial Wash, which can double as a body wash, gently exfoliates (a must for shedding dull surface debris) and removes excess oil. The formula is targeted at sensitive skin, making it a worthy choice for eczema or mild acne. For more serious cases of clogged pores, the Clear Skin Acne Wash uses deep-cleaning colloidal sulphur and anti-bacterial salicylic acid to blast away dead skin cells and clear acne on the face and body.
Sloughing dead cells off the dermis is key for returning a sunny glow to your complexion and enabling active ingredients to penetrate more easily. But there is more to looking good than your face. Exfoliation is equally important for your body skin. Once a week, you should use a textured loofah or scrub to pave the way for smoother-looking skin. Moore’s answer to winter-weary skin is the Body Scrub Lotion, a cool emollient with invigorating natural grains. After showering with this scrub, rough skin will feel refreshed, cleansed, and hydrated.
As the weather takes a turn towards winter, your skin will need help adapting to the colder, drier air. While you could get away with starving your skin and skimping on moisturizer during the summer, skin craves more nourishment when it’s cold. Moore’s Bath, Body, and Hair Oil is a multipurpose treatment to use at bath time. This mineral-rich hydrator locks in moisture where it’s needed most: severe dry skin, flaking scalps, and brittle, chemically-processed hair.
Shaving is never a priority when your body is buried under layers upon layers. But whether or not you’re bundled up, don’t neglect the mission of smooth skin. Moore’s Silky Hydroglide, developed specifically for women, can be used both as a nick-stopping shave gel and as a post-shave moisturizer. The formula is sensitive enough for the underarms, legs, and bikini line. When the inevitable shaving burn or rash occurs, therapy can be found in Razor Rash Relief. Formulated with anti-bacterial salicylic acid, this cream treatment softens hair and prevents new hair growth from turning back into the skin and transforming into troublesome ingrowns.
These six Moore Unique Skin Care products (worth over $50) could be yours for the mere price of a comment. One lucky winner will be selected at random on Friday, September 24. Armed with this entire line of goodies, you can face fall with a fresh start to your skincare regime. Can Moore’s range replace your current products and deliver on its soft-skin promises? We’ll wait for the winner to report back with a full review.