We need all the help we can get right now.
If the icy winds are doing a number on your nose and leaving your cheeks dryer than a cocktail shaker in January, now is a good time to invest in a good quality remedy.
One new ingredient that has the skincare world abuzz for 2023 is ectoin, a compound that helps to protect plants and microorganisms that live in the hostile environments of some of nature’s most extreme habitats, like the Arctic and the deep sea.
Essentially, it’s like a fleece for your face and it’s the key ingredient in Dr.Jart+ Ceramidin Ectoin-Infused Cream, which just dropped at Brown Thomas Cork.
A feat of Korean innovation, Ceramidin Ectoin-Infused Cream is an ultra-rich, velvety cream powered by Ectoin and five potent ceramides.
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Highly-concentrated and fast-absorbing, the formula feels bouncy in the pot and melts into skin like nobody’s business, boosting moisture levels instantly (they claim by a whopping 139 percent) and protecting the skin barrier, leaving skin much, much happier.
After a week’s use, a patch of dry skin I’d been battling on my forehead had completely vanished. Curious, I skipped a week and the dry skin didn’t come back – impressive.
You can try Dr. Jart+ Ceramidin Ectoin-Infused Cream for yourself at Brown Thomas Cork (€79).