1. Shorten Your Showers
Long showers can strip away essential oils your body creates to keep your skin from drying out. Stick to shorter, less warm showers when the weather starts to get cooler.
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As the days turn colder, your skin will start losing moisture quicker and skin cell turn over slows down, and this can cause flaky skin. As well, to protect from colder weather, your body will work overtime to produce more oil, leading to clogged pores. Use an exfoliant to remove dry skin on your face and body.
3. Hydrate Consistently
To keep your skin happy and healthy, keep it hydrated. Beyond drinking water, use a moisturizer suitable for your skin type. Our Moisturizer section is split into sections by skin types to help you find the right moisturizer for your skin and desired benefit, such as anti-aging, hydration, sensitive skin, etc.
4. Use a Gentler Cleanser
Harsh cleansers may remove protective oils in excess. Use a milder cleanser in winter, such as the foam type, micellar-based products, and wipes.
5. Don’t Forget the Lips
Lips often go neglected until they cause discomfort. Yet, lips are the only part of your skin that doesn’t have oil glands or pores. That makes them much more likely to dry out, especially in the colder fall and winter months. Use a quality lip product to moisturize and protect your lips. Most of our lip products are unscented. They mainly vary in the degree of protection from harsh elements and the finish (glossy vs matte).
Bonus Tip: Have Fun and Enjoy the Gifts of the Season
Having fun and enjoying yourself does great things for your well-being and appearance! Happy is a good look on anyone. Skin? Well, we can help with that.