Skin Care

The Daily Hydrating Cream: How to Get Supple Skin Now

There’s only one golden rule for how to get supple skin: Hydration. And we can help…

Maintaining your skin’s hydration is a formula that includes what we ingest to what we put on our skin. If we want to know how to get supple skin, we must start by remembering to drink enough water, be conscious of what dehydrates us, and last but not least, we must moisturize. If we want to get supple skin, we must honor the morning and evening ritual of applying moisturizer using upward strokes to give our skin a stimulating massage after cleansing. That’s where we come in.

Our Daily Hydrating Cream is your skin’s dream… Let us help you discover how to get supple skin by sharing some of its key ingredients:

Water… Need we say more? 🙂
Aloe Barbadensis Gel: Mother nature’s nurturing anti-inflammatory and healing potion.
Cera Alba (Beeswax): From the flowers, to the bees, to your jar of cream, a gift from nature for the skin of your dreams… Aids in skin softening and soothing.
Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter: Cacao is greek for ‘food of the Gods…’ Think of it as your skin’s bodyguard: It blocks harmful free radicals, contains Vitamin C and Magnesium to protect your skin and keep it healthy, and Omega 6 fatty acids to aid in cellular healing.
Glycerine (vegetable derived): Your skin’s dream catcher. Invites water from the air into your skin and forms a protective layer that prevents moisture loss.
Galactoarabinan: Studies have shown that it can minimize fine lines and wrinkles by acting as a gentle exfoliant that simultaneously prevents moisture loss.
Simmondsia Chinesis (Jojoba) Oil: Your skin’s life line. Moisturizes the skin when the body stops doing in naturally. Jojoba’s got your back.
Organic Butyrospermum Parki (Shea) Butter: Aids in natural collagen production, reduces inflammation and moisturizes. Packed with vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids including Vitamin E and A.
Sodium Ascorbate: AKA Vitamin C… The ultimate antioxidant.
Organic Dimethicone: This emollient aids the skin in maintaining moisture. It is known to treat and prevent dry skin.
Tocopheral Acetate: Think of it as your skin’s conditioner. This powerful form of Vitamin E can penetrate through the skin to the living cells providing mega beneficial anti-oxidant effects.
Retinyl Palmitate: Thickens and stimulates the layer of living tissue that forms your skin where your collagen, elastin, and blood vessels are. Reduces wrinkles and increases blood flow to the skin’s surface for that rosy, healthy, youthful glow.
Oat Amino Protein: Strengthens skin’s tissue with essential nutrients. Promotes collagen production, elasticity, and skin’s firmness.
Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil: For starters, this green fruit is considered an aphrodisiac… It also happens to help skin absorb nutrients, promote skin regeneration, contains Vitamin E, helps skin to retain water, moisturizes through fatty acids, and is an anti-inflammatory.
Ubiquinone: Improves the inner layer of your skin and reduces fine lines and wrinkles.
Gluconolactone: The water magnate. Replenishes and softens the skin through conditioning.
Lecithin: The moisturizing power house. This emollient has amazing moisturizing properties in addition to the rare ability to deeply penetrate the skin, carrying skin nutrition directly to the cells and bloodstream.

It’s a lot, we know, but we’ve made it easy for you by putting all of the answers to how to get supple skin into one jar: The Joanna Vargas Daily Hydrating Cream. Start and end your day with this exquisite and highly researched cream to reap the anti-aging benefits that lead to healthy, glowing, youthful skin. This cream of your dreams will be the perfect pampering luxury to leave you feeling soft and looking bright, helping you achieve how to get supple skin now…

A Hydrating Face Mask
Source: Glamour

Senior digital beauty editor Lindsay Schallon is also on team hydration—but she uses a sheet mask as her travel companion. “I stopped caring about what people think I look like on planes around 10,000 frequent flier miles ago. Truly, it makes a big difference in my skin when I mask in-flight,” she shares. “My favorite at the moment is Joanna Vargas’ Euphoria masks. They’re made with aloe and chamomile, so they calm redness while hydrating. No one even bats an eye when I slap one on (just keep your shoes on).” (The Joanna Vargas Euphoria Mask, $75, Amazon)