After showering, it is recommended to moisturize your body with a nourishing cream or balm, especially in winter. However, due to lack of time, many people do not apply this essential procedure for the epidermis. Here is our express solution.
The body’s skin has a great need for hydration, especially in winter when the friction of clothing and freezing temperatures tend to damage your skin. We’re not going to lie, applying your cream from head to toe takes time…especially in the morning! For all those who are too lazy to moisturize their skin daily, we have found THE express solution: Unbottled® in-shower body balm.
A smart product, 100% of natural origin
Unbottled® shower body balm is THE product to integrate into your daily routine. After washing, simply slide this solid balm over the body, massage quickly and rinse (you can even massage until completely absorbed, which goes quickly when you have damp skin, and do not rinse at all for enhanced action). Just a few seconds are enough to benefit from the moisturizing and softening power of its vegan recipe based on Shea and Cocoa butters. A smart product and also 100% of natural origin!
Moisturizing treatments in the shower, an express solution
Unbottled® is not the only brand to have focused on a moisturizing treatment in the shower: Nivea, Centifolia, but also Lush also offer this type of galenic (oil or cream) which allows you to hydrate your body in just one minute. The advantage? Skin that is still damp benefits from moisturizing agents for a deeply nourished epidermis. Be careful, however, with sometimes greasy formulas which can cause slipping in the shower tray.
Hydrating the body, an essential gesture
Our skin is made up of 80% water. This element is essential for cell renewal. Therefore, to avoid skin dehydration, it is essential to protect it by applying appropriate care regularly, preferably daily. In addition, external aggressions (cold, friction of clothing, sun exposure, etc.) also damage the skin barrier. To maintain plump and hydrated skin, creams and other body balms are necessary. These products rehydrate the top layer of skin cells using three key ingredients: humectants (ingredients that attract moisture), emollients (mixture of oil, water and emulsifier) and occlusive substances (seal moisture in the skin).