Canadians might want to battle the blizzards with a warm bath
British Columbia residents, particularly those living in the Prairies or Vancouver areas are probably dealing with the effects of extreme cold, wind and snow on their skin. Media sources reveal that Canadians in Vancouver might want to collect up some gentle bath and body treats as the area currently faces some extreme wind chill warnings.
Anyone and everyone can benefit from some soothing bath and body products this holiday season, and with wind chill temperatures reported to be -26C in Saskatoon by the National Post, you might want to ponder some skin-friendly stocking stuffers.
The Sunday Standard recently featured some excellent bath and body ideas for even the most wind-ravaged skin.
If you or your loved one spends a lot of time outdoors, consider slipping some skin-smoothing oil into their stocking's toe. This may help to smooth and soothe skin as part of a relaxing, moisturizing bath and body routine.
For luxurious bathing, the news provider further advises that you pick up some gentle bubble bath and creamy moisturizer too. A high-end, moisturizing conditioner in a travel-sized bottle makes for a nice surprise and might allow the recipient to feel just a little more special while going through their daily bath and body routine.