How to Support Your Skin This Winter
Winter is here, bringing cold, dry air and temperature fluctuations that can take a toll on your skin. To combat this, our team has created a winter skin guide to assist you in maintaining radiant and healthy skin throughout the colder months.
Staying hydrated is key to maintaining glowing skin. Drink plenty of water throughout the day to help combat the dryness caused by indoor heating and cold outdoor air. Herbal teas and infused water can add a comforting twist to your hydration routine. Using a humidifier also helps increase the moisture in the air and creates an environment supportive of hydrated skin.
Lock in moisture with a rich, nourishing moisturizer. Daily Supplement Serum is the perfect addition. Our multifunctional, multi-beneficial, multivitamin serum contains a blend of oils rich in lipids, essential fatty acids, and vitamins A-E to leave your skin radiant and nourished.
- Temperature Check:
Be mindful of extreme temperature changes. Going from the chilly outdoors to heated indoors can shock your skin. Dress in layers and avoid sudden temperature fluctuations to prevent redness and irritation.
Gentle exfoliation is essential to remove dead skin cells and promote cell turnover. Opt for a mild exfoliator to keep your skin looking fresh. But don't overdo it – once or twice a week is usually sufficient.
- Wear SPF:
Yes, even in winter, sunscreen is non-negotiable. The sun's UV rays can still damage your skin, even on cloudy days. Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or greater to protect your skin from harmful UV radiation.
- Lip Care:
Your lips can become more sensitive, dry, and chapped in the winter. Use a lip balm with ingredients like beeswax, shea butter, or coconut oil to keep your lips nourished and soft. Don't forget to reapply throughout the day.
- Body Care:
Don't neglect the rest of your body. Opt for a hydrating body wash and moisturize your skin immediately after showering to seal the moisture. Pay extra attention to areas prone to dryness, like elbows and knees.
Remember, winter skincare is all about maintaining a balance of hydration and protection. By following these tips, you can ensure your skin stays healthy, radiant, and nourished throughout the winter season.