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Skincare Tips For Cold Weather

15 | 10 | 2020

In the same way we’re switching out our crop tops for turtlenecks, we should change up your skin care routine to better align with the season. Cold weather may contribute to our skin becoming dry, dull and tight, with dermatologists saying it’s often known as the season of breakouts. Great. With the seasons changing and build-up of festive stress looming, the havoc can show on our skin.

Skincare Tips For Cold Weather

With the right skin care products and beauty tips, you can help to keep your skin hydrated and looking and feeling its best. We’ve discovered the latest tips and tricks to keep your skin looking flawless this winter…


#1 Remember Your 5 A Day

During busy times, like party season, it is very important to eat a healthy diet, drink lots of water, exercise and follow a good skincare regime. Fruits such as cranberries, blueberries, pumpkin, pomegranate and squash are major rich in all the good nutr1ients, which will help feed your skin from the inside out and keep it looking its youngest most beautiful best.


#2 Modify Your Facial Skin-Care Regimen for the Season

During the winter months, choose cream-based cleansers, and limit applying apply toners and acids that can dry out your skin. At night, use a richer moisturizer on your face, and don’t forget your lips.


#3 Take quick warm (not hot!) showers

Sorry girls, although a long hot shower may feel heavenly on cold mornings, but turns out it strips out the water and natural oils in your skin, drying it out. Limit showers to 15-minutes or less, using warm water, rather than hot water.


#4 Resist cranking up the heat

When it’s chilly outside, what’s the first thing you want to do? Crank up the heat! But central heat can make dry the air, and skin out even more. Try setting the heat at a comfortable setting and invest in some comfy sweaters to help keep you toasty indoors, don’t worry gal we’ve got you covered!


#5 Ease up on facial exfoliating.

Reduce the frequency of facial peels and masks to avoid irritating your skin.


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