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United Kingdom's Daily Express Issues Warnings of Unprecedented Harsh 2013 Winter - Has Special Hand Blended Organic Skin Care Products for Skin Protection

The entire UK has been told to brace for a record-breaking period of bitter Arctic winds, crippling snowfall, and plunging temperatures. Organic Skin Care Products may be the best form of skin protection.

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Raleigh, NC -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/16/2013 -- This winter is going to present quite a challenge to prevent dry, chapped skin from forming. The United Kingdom has been put on full alert to expect one of the harshest winter seasons ever recorded. The same is true in the USA, and other cold spots. Bundling-up is a good idea, but more than that is required to prevent skin damage. Once the skin becomes dried out, and chapping begins, skin cells begin to die off. The dead skin cells can even be seen on articles of clothing when they are removed. Not only is damage from the Sun’s rays a daily occurrence, but the cold winter winds have their own hazards.

Celtic Complexion not only is committed to using only the highest quality natural ingredients, they are also dedicated to high ethics in business. This entails telling the truth, no misleading claims will be found on the website. Site visitors will never be exposed to outlandish claims of these products making people look ten years younger, and this includes a ban against the use of  "photo-shopped" images.

The company reports that most commercial creams and lotions are predominantly comprised of up to 80%  water. The moisture in these types of products is quickly absorbed into dry, wrinkled skin. As the water enters the skin, it expands the tissues, like filling a balloon with water, so that wrinkles fade away, and the skin feels smoother. The problem is that this effect is only temporary. As soon as the water evaporates or is carried away by the blood stream, the same cascade of events begins, and the dry, wrinkled skin returns.

Jennifer Devlin, Artisan skin care maker and Founder of Celtic Complexion recommends using an ointment or balm style of moisturizer that is oil-based, rather than water based. She explains that the oil will create a protective layer on the skin that retains more moisture than a cream or lotion. It is best to opt for natural organic skin care products, and to nourish the skin with pure oils and butters such as: coconut or jojoba oil and Shea butter. Avoid synthetic fragrance and chemical preservatives which can further irritate dry, chapped skin.

During a recent interview, Jennifer had this to say: "One of the biggest misconceptions about organic skin care is that it isn’t as effective as traditional mainstream products. Actually, it’s quite the opposite! It’s the difference between having fast food and a wholesome home cooked meal from mom, your skin CAN tell the difference!", She goes on to say: "Water and chemicals are cheap, and they aren't illegal, but the long term safety of a lot of cosmetic ingredients are unknown and some studies suggest they are carcinogenic. There is definitely a false sense of security among consumers that what they are putting on their skin is safe, but lead was once deemed "safe and acceptable" by the FDA too"

For complete information, please visit: Celtic Complexion Holistic Skin Care Products

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