Three Key Ingredients for Radiant Winter Skin

Winter is coming! That’s not just a Game of Thrones meme – it’s an honest to goodness fact. And, while many of us are thinking about the holidays and our amazing cold weather wardrobe, others are fearing the inevitable dry, flaky, itchy skin. As the days get shorter, the winds pick up and the temperatures drop, it’s more important than ever to focus on repairing and caring for your skin. Maintain your glorious summer glow and keep your skin properly moisturized with these three hydrating skin care ingredients.

Hyaluronic Acid: Want baby-smooth skin? This powerful humectant is here to help. Babies are naturally born with a high-level of hyaluronic acid in their dermal tissue, but as we get older it starts to diminish. This all-star ingredient keeps your skin protected and renewed by replenishing moisture and minimizing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. That means smoother and softer results.

Onoxa Pick: Hydrating Face Moisturizer

Squalane: Harvested from plants, this fast absorbing, non-greasy oil is a must-have for all skin types, especially during the colder months. Its emollient properties help soothe and hydrate skin to eliminate dry, rough patches. Squalane also boosts blood circulation, which helps rid those fine lines and wrinkles, making skin look plumper and firmer.

Onoxa Pick: Detox Nightwear Cream

Vitamin C: It’s not just for getting over the flu anymore. Vitamin C is vital during the winter months to help your skin handle dry air and chilly temperatures. It also helps brighten your complexion and provides a thicker barrier against cold weather damage.

Onoxa Pick: CC Serum with Vitamin C

Brand Your Own Skin Care Line with These Stellar Ingredients

Onoxa offers high-end skincare products that can be personalized to fit your brand. Our products are manufactured right here in the USA, and we combine the best of natural ingredients and scientific discovery to craft luxury formulas that deliver stellar results. Partner with Onoxa to build your brand and sell the essentials during the holidays and winter months.