Cold Weather Protection for Photographers

Todd Salat photographs the northern lights (aka the aurora borealis) in Alaska during extremely cold temperatures. He recently discovered Warm Skin® All Weather Guard. “I don’t go anywhere without a tube of Warm Skin! I mainly use it around my eyes and nose because when I’m photographing the aurora in 40 below temps that’s the part of my body exposed to the elements and it gets freeze-dried!.” Todd says his face needs and appreciates the extra protection it provides and he uses it year-round. “Even during the summer when I’m out photographing Alaska’s wild things I’ll put some on. Warm Skin just smells and feels healthy and pure.”

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