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Four Tips to Nourish Your Skin this Winter
October 28 2022·
October 28 2022·
As the summer warmth waves goodbye and brisk temperatures set in, dry and dull skin is on the horizon. If you want to look and feel your best, follow these four tips to get nourished and glowy skin all year round.
Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate
Using an oil-based moisturizer is a no-brainer for locking in hydration and banishing flaky skin. Incorporate a product with hyaluronic acid, which is a key hydrating ingredient to retain water in the skin and also acts as a protective barrier against environmental pollutants. To combat harsh factors such as artificial heating and abrasive winds, try running a humidifier in your space to maximize humidity in the air and restore your skin’s natural moisture barrier.
Swap to Silk
A silk pillowcase is a secret weapon with countless beauty and skincare benefits- including keeping skin hydrated and soothed. While cotton pillow cases absorb and repel moisture, silk’s smooth texture and antimicrobial effects are less apt to draw out moisture from the skin and help prevent breakouts. Switching to silk also makes your nighttime skincare products all the more effective so you can wake up feeling refreshed and radiant.
Nourish With Quality Ingredients
During frigid weather it is crucial to rejuvenate your skin with nourishing ingredients and steer clear of toxic additives like fragrance, sulfates, parabens and phthalates. Look for antioxidant ingredients like jojoba seed oil, bisabolol and meadowfoam seed oil that are perfect for soothing hyperpigmentation and replenishing moisture into the skin.
Don't Ditch the SPF
Although it may be tempting to skip the SPF on gloomy winter days, protecting your skin against sun damage is essential during all seasons. Not only does SPF reduce skin’s redness inflamed by cold temperatures, but also is essential for deflecting harsh UV rays from absorption into the skin. Be sure to throw on your 30+ SPF before applying other skincare products or makeup.