As we transition from summer to fall and then onto winter, we are leaving behind the humid weather and welcoming the cooler weather. Such a transition requires a new skincare routine since both kinds of weather have a different effect on the skin. So let’s get you all prepared for fall/winter by talking skin!
Cooler weather makes for dry air and even drier skin, which could lead to eczema and dry, itchy skin. To avoid getting dry skin and having to deal with all the itchiness, here are some tips:
1 Thicker Moisturizer Say goodbye to all those lightweight moisturizers because when it comes to dry skin you need something that is moisture boosting. You don’t need to worry about having to look for a new brand, all you have to do is look for a thicker moisturizer within the brand you trust and enjoy.
2 Body Lotion Just like how your face gets dry, so will the skin on your body, so it is recommended during fall and winter to add body lotion to your skincare routine. By doing so, your body will stay smooth and hydrating this cold weather season.
3 Cut Back On Exfoliants A lot of dermatologists recommend cutting back on the use of exfoliants during the cold season because they contain ingredients that are harsh for dry and itchy skin. So, instead of exfoliant
4 Pills When it comes to hydration it is recommended to start from the inside out. The best way to do so is by taking supplements that are oriented towards restoring the skin on your body.
5 Invest In A Humidifier We’ve been talking about the outside weather having an effect on your skin, but the air at home can also play a factor. Investing in a humidifier can help solve that issue by boosting the hydration in your home using your own moisturizer.