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How to combat ski skin

Supergoop! Zinc 100% Mineral Lotion Sunscreen SPF 40

“Sun reflected from snow can be even more intense than sun reflected from water,” explains Gerstner. She recommends using a mineral-based sunscreen with zinc every hour to protect against ultraviolet rays.

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Clé de Peau Beauté UV Lip Treatment SPF 30

This rose-scented lip treatment contains moisturizing oils and SPF. Ginkgo biloba extract will help diminish the appearance of wrinkling, says Gerstner.

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Susanne Kaufmann Moisturizing Mask

Hyaluronic acid rehydrates while pansy flower extract is said to reduce inflammation. Gerstner recommends leaving this mask on for at least 30 minutes or, even better, overnight, after a day outdoors.

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Chantecaille Healing Emulsion

If you do catch too much sun on the slopes, calming ingredients (like the lily and jasmine in this product) will help overcome redness, says Gerstner.

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Dr. Barbara Sturm Ski Cream

Shea butter, jojoba oil, and sunflower extract form a barrier to protect against the elements, like extreme cold and wind. Gerstner suggests applying it to your face, neck, hands, and feet before putting on sunscreen. 

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La Mer The Cleansing Oil

Higher altitude calls for a nightly cleansing oil that won’t strip skin of moisture, explains Gerstner. If you're acne-prone, rotate between a cleansing oil and foaming formula.

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