Looking Ahead With Lauren: Get Skin Ready for Winter

winter-skinI know that we just made it into fall. But we all know that’s just the precursor to winter and the cold weather that it brings. This is a amazing time of year. The sky starts sparkling, leaves begins to fall and the holidays are near. However, cold weather can wreak havoc on your skin. Suddenly your face becomes an itchy, dry mess and you don’t have the right moisturizer. Your makeup is flaking off and you don’t know what to do. Stock up on cold weather skincare essentials to keep on hand so you’re never caught off guard by Jack Frost again.

Buy a heavy-duty moisturizer. Try one that is more oil-based instead of water-based, but make sure it says it is “non-clogging” or you may start breaking out. Use it in the morning and at night. One of my favorites is from Lush.

Don’t forget the sunscreen! Just because it is fall and you may not see the sun as often, it doesn’t mean the sun’s rays can’t hurt you. It is best if you find a moisturizer with sunscreen already in it, but if it doesn’t, put some on whenever you head outdoors.

Try a humidifier. Our homes can become very dry at this time of year causing our skin to dry out as well. Using a humidifier in your home can help bring more moisture in the air, which will help to keep your skin glowing.

Drink, drink, drink! Water that is! Water does wonders for the skin and if you drink enough, it will help ease your dry skin woes. Look for calculators online that help you determine how much water you should drink based on your weight, how much you exercise, etc.

Avoid super hot showers and baths. Sure, it may feel great when the weather is frigid outside, but the nasty effect it has on your skin is not worth it.

Remember that your skin needs more care in the fall and winter and in dry climates. Follow these tips to ensure you skin stays smooth, healthy and soft this winter.

Courtesy of Skin We’re In.

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