Your Winter Skincare Kit

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Winter is upon us, with great log fires, wooly hats and special Starbucks hot drinks! The excitement builds as Christmas looms and the party season takes hold. But what about your winter skincare regime? There only needs to be a few simple steps to help protect & nourish your winter skin.

Needless to say the QMS mantra is to Cleanse & Tone before you even begin to focus on skincare activities. Use our Deep Cleansing & Freshening Tonic day & night to give you a good base.

Now we can begin. All you need is our Classic Set (consists of Day & Night Collagen and Exfoliant Fluid) & Sport Active Cream.

We advise that you use all 3 products from the Classic Set regularly for best results. If you have sensitive or problematic skin use the MED Set instead.

Start your day off with Day Collagen, an anti-aging serum which helps protect the skin from free radicals, whilst the Aloe Vera keeps is soothed & nourished.

Followed by our Sport Active lightly tinted moisturizer. Suitable for all skin tones, gives a naturally fresh look and leaves the skin glowing.

As night-time comes and your bed calls, you only have 2 more steps to go. Use Exofoliant Fluid to remove superficial dead skin cells and stimulate new skin cell production.

This leaves the skin prepared for the reception of the Night Collagen; which supports the skin's natural nocturnal rejuvenation process.

Hand Care

For those of you that don't wear gloves in the cold months, take a look at your hands, are they dry and cracked? Our Hand Care can help recitfy this in days, it absorbs immediately with no greasy residue and leaves your hands sorft & velvety.

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