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Winter Skin, keep it real this winter

It may come across a bit cliché to say that your wardrobe isn’t the only thing you should be switching come winter—but hey, that doesn’t make it any less true. Those lightweight gel moisturizers and charcoal cleansers that worked just fine in September might not cut it come December. As colder temperatures approach, dry air, frigid winds, and constant exposure to indoor heaters suck the moisture from your skin and strip it of oils essential for healthy skin barrier function. These elemental conditions can also spark skin sensitivity, redness, and irritation. Bottom line: A regimen shakeup is due.


Winter skin care: Keep your skin in top shape through the cold,...

  1. Keep the moisture you have. ...

  2. Add moisture to your home. ...

  3. Add moisture from the inside out. ...

  4. Don't forget sunscreen. ...

  5. Moisturize your skin thoroughly. ...

  6. Switch your cleanser. ...

  7. Take extra care.

Oils To Make Winter Skin Glow


  • Avocado Oil. Best for: Dry, sensitive, or irritated skin. ...

  • Flaxseed Oil. Best for: Irritated, sensitive skin, and conditions such as eczema and dermatitis. ...

  • Lavender Oil. Best for: Acne-prone or irritated skin. ...

  • Rose Hip Seed Oil. Best for: Uneven pigment, scars, fine lines, and acne-prone skin.


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