Yay for Sunday and a new blog post! Let's talk dry skin: it sucks. I live in the Northern United States, and it is pretty much freezing cold all year round. To make things worse, now I am going to college where I have to walk outside everywhere I go. Long story short, not matter how often I moisturize or wear gloves, my hands get DRY. Dry and cracked. It is very annoying. I feel that I have finally found a product that really helps! It's the new ZOYA Naked Manicure Hydrate and Heal system.
There are two steps to this system:
1. Hydrating Hand and Body Serum
This is my favorite hand care product I have ever tried, and it is so fun to use. All you have to do is spray this on your hands, feet, or anywhere you have dry skin. However, avoid contact with your face and eyes. After you spray, you gently massage the product into your skin, and wait for it to dry. It does not take long to dry at all, and my hands instantly felt and look so much softer and hydrated.
2. Healing Hand and Body Cream
This cream is extremely lightweight and non-greasy, so I was very surprised when it actually did a lot for my hands. You use this cream after the serum to really lock in the hydration. I am used to using very thick creams to get my hands moisturized, so you can imagine my surprise when it actually made my hands super soft and supple. 10/10 would recommend.
If any of you are suffering from dry skin, I do honestly recommend this product. The set I got is $23 and is the perfect size for trying the product to see if it works for you. One thing I noticed was after just a few days of use, my hands stayed hydrated throughout most of the day, which is a great improvement from me having to constantly re-apply lotion several times throughout the day. I also noticed that my hands still felt moisturized and soft after washing my hands, which is something I do VERY often (I'm terrified of germs!).
If you have any questions about this product, or just want to know more, feel free to leave a comment below! You can also check out my YouTube video where I show me using the product for the first time and my unfiltered first impression.