Beauty on the Slopes
Real skiing pleasure starts with sun care and ends with the right supplements. Fortunately, the choice is getting bigger and bigger.
11 December 2021
Care in winter involves not only treating stressed skin, but also your inner self. High altitude air is a freshness cure for our cells! If you also pack these beautifiers, you're on the safe side. Whether herbal essences, alpine flowers or volcanic ash: the mountains are currently booming in the cosmetics industry.
"Bada Boom" by Hiro is a natural, vegan mascara for beautifully defined, long and voluminous lashes. At € 19,-. greenglam.com
The natural active ingredient complex of the Valentina & Philippa shampoo revitalizes and nourishes hair and scalp. At € 22,-. valentina-philippa.com
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The "Stones Marble" scented candles from Baobab smell of leather, tuberose and berries. From € 95,-. baobabcollection.com
Dry shampoo and styling paste in one: "R + Co" with volcanic ash by Badlands. At € 29,-. niche-beauty.com
The moisturizing duo "Clean Skincare" by Ren is ideal for sensitive skin. From € 58,-. niche-beauty.com
Helps you fall asleep: Vegan food supplement by Ylumi. At € 35.30. ylumi.com
Brings it to the point: The "Winter Essentials" by Dr. Barbara Sturm contain everything you need. At approx. € 151,-. dermedis-shop.de
A special kind of beauty food: Manuka honey from New Zealand. From Activist, at € 82,-. niche-beauty.com
The Aman hotel chain now has its own wellness brand, including supplements - such as "Respiratory Support". At about € 123,-. shop.aman.com
Provides the body with all the additional nutrients it needs: the "Starter Kit" by Lyma. At € 263,90. net-a-porter.com