Take care of it all year round – not just through the winter. I recommend a 360-degree approach – apply targeted treatments specific to your skin's needs (during the winter months, focus on combating dryness because the skin is damaged by the cold), prioritise a healthy diet that's adapted to the season, and regular physical exercise.
Dry body brushing in the morning before showering. It's important to use sweeping, upward movements towards the heart to activate the lymph and micro-circulation. This will leave your skin smooth and tingling, and it only takes two minutes every two days to feel the benefits.
Daily physical exercise is the best way to activate lymphatic and blood circulation. Vary according to your mood or preference (aqua, bike, surfing, jogging, walking, yoga). There are no rules!
You need to maintain your skin's elasticity to prevent the appearance of stretch marks. Nourish the skin daily with vegetable oils rich in omega 9, such as avocado oil. These oils boosts collagen production and work to prevent the breakage of the skin's elastic fibres.
Move, exfoliate and deeply nourish the skin for suppleness and radiance on a daily basis. Omega-rich oils are a beautiful ingredient for skin health.
Technically, vegetable oils deeply nourish and prevent dehydration. With daily application, sagging skin and the appearance of stretch marks can be prevented in the long term. Find the right oil (more or less dry) according to your skin type (normal/dry/very dry). Creams are said to be moisturising because they are mostly made of water.
Apply your body cream or oil to damp skin after showering to make it easier to apply and massage in.