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The temperatures are finally dropping and now it’s time to pull out those boots, sweaters, and scarves! Your wardrobe isn’t the only thing you should be switching up though, your beauty routine also needs a makeover. Cold, dry air causes drier skin, therefore, there are steps you should take to maintain healthy skin during the Winter.
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Maintain Healthy Skin During the Winter:
Apply Your Sunscreen Daily
I put this tip first because it’s still important to wear during the colder months. You want to continue using a
Even when it’s cloudy, raining, or snowing, wearing your sunscreen is still important. The harmful UV rays from the sun can still penetrate through the clouds and cause skin damage even when the sun isn’t in sight.
Using sunscreen consistently in my morning routine has been a game-changer. I went years not wearing sunscreen but making sure my skin is protected is a priority now.
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Use Gentle Cleansers
During the Summer we focused on using clarifying cleansers that deeply cleansed our skin. I looked forward to using my cleanser to remove all of the gunk and sweat I had on my face. For your routine in the
This is important because you want to add moisture to your skin instead of taking it away. I love using cleansers that contain moisturizing ingredients. One cleanser I’ve been loving is the Demosea Refine Gentle Cleanser. It has a creamy consistency and provides an effective cleanse without leaving my face dry, tight, or irritated.
Another favorite cleanser that I’d recommend is from a brand called Skin & Co Roma. I received their Whipped Cleanser in my Boxycharm subscription and have been using it ever since. You can find it on Amazon below!
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Use Nourishing Moisturizers
To combat the dry, cold air from impacting the health of your skin, you want to reach for thick, creamy moisturizers that’ll keep you moisturized throughout the day. In my opinion, I feel that if you have to constantly reapply your moisturizer, then it’s time to find a better one!
Don’t forget the heat in your house can strip your skin of its moisture too, therefore, you want to use an effective moisturizer twice a day to maintain healthy skin. I have a few favorites that I recommend:
- Libellule Night Rejuvenation Face Cream
- Demosea Skin Softening Cream
- Rosen Skincare Tropics Moisturizer
Invest in a Humidifier
A humidifier adds moisture into the air which helps replenish moisture to your skin during the night. This is important to use because the heaters in your house can strip the moisture from your skin and leave it dry.
You can find these online or in-stores. I’ve had mine for a while now and I purchased it from QVC. If you already have a humidifier, one tip to keep in mind is to make sure you clean it regularly with warm soap and water. Amazon also has plenty of humidifiers to choose from!
The last tip that’ll help you maintain healthy skin during the winter is to add a serum to your routine. Serums are concentrated treatments packed with active ingredients that target specific skin concerns. For the colder months, you want to choose a serum that will provide your skin with long-lasting moisture.
An ingredient to look for in your serum is Hyaluronic Acid which is a humectant that pulls moisture from the air to ensure your skin remains moisturized.
With these tips, you’ll be prepared for the upcoming colder months and know how to keep your skin healthy and moisturized.
Before ending this post, I do want to point out that not everyone needs to switch up their routine once the season changes. If something isn’t broken, there’s no need to fix it. In other words, if your skin is doing fine and you have no issues, then stick with what you know!