How to Keep Your Skin Hydrated This Winter

It’s starting to get cooler and drier which means same for my skin! I’m so excited to be working with QVC today to share one of my favorite Peter Thomas Roth products. While I’m being compensated by QVC to write my review, you ladies know Brooke and I have been huge fans of PTR products for several years! It’s definitely a staple brand in our skincare drawers.We’ve been getting a lot of questions about how to keep skin looking hydrated in the winter, and one of our favorite products you should try (if you haven’t already) is the Water Drench Cloud Cream from Peter Thomas Roth. I love how light and fluffy the cloud cream is – it wears so well under makeup and doesn’t make your face feel greasy or oily. I use it in the morning after cleansing and applying my day serum.

This cream is 30% hyaluronic acid! Hyaluronic acid is so important when it comes to hydrating your skin – it holds up to 1,000 times its weight in water and attracts moisture from the air which is why it’s perfect for colder weather (or if you have generally dry skin like us)! When our skin is dry, fine lines are much more visible…this product reduces the appearance of those fine lines by keeping skin extra hydrated. This is also an amazing product because it’s oil-free, alcohol free, and fragrance free (super hydrating products can be so hard to find.

One of the best things you can do for your skin is take care of it with a proper routine, especially in the dry months since that’s when the most “wear and tear” happens to our skin. The Water Drench Cloud Cream is definitely a winter staple for me and if you don’t already have it, you need to try it. Your skin will thank you ;).

A few other favorite PTR products are this cucumber mask and the cucumber eye patches (I keep both in the fridge for an extra cooling effect!). QVC has a special and you can get both for $55 – such a steal! What are some of your must have Peter Thomas Roth products? I want to try this rose stem cell gel mask sooo bad! Anyone have any reviews on it?