The special, harsh circumstances of winter will not leave your skin unaffected – the cold outside dries the skin of your face and you hand and the condition of your sensitive skin areas might be further aggravated by the even drier air inside buildings.
Fortunately, there are many things that you can do tackle the problem – here are some tips for you:
- Pay attention to your liquid intake – the best hydration comes from the inside, so make sure that you consume water, herbal teas and fruit juices in sufficient quantities;
- Use a humidifier in your home – these clever devices release the right amount of moisture into the air, making it healthier for your entire body, your skin included;
- Use a gentle cleanser – switch to a milder cleanser to prevent any skin irritation;
- Use a nourishing and hydrating cream – richer creams usually work better in winter. You can also include a day cream and a separate night cream into your skin care regimen;