How To Keep Skin Hydrated During Winter Months

How To Keep Skin Hydrated During Winter Months

Stay Supple With These Winter Skin Tips

When winter arrives: snow, puffer coats, and less-than-appealing dry skin issues come with it. Yes, drinking tons of water is a great way to stay hydrated – but it isn’t the only method to maintaining a healthy winter skincare routine. There are many ways to keep skin glowing and soft during the driest months of the year.

Cracked and irritated skin can lead to a range of problems including bleeding – ouch! But, beyond how it looks (read: not pretty), these annoying impediments physically hurt, too.

Whether you live in a big city or a small town, there are tricks and tips to keep yourself looking (and feeling) refreshed and youthful throughout the coldest climates, when the air is at its lowest temperature and humidity is at a minimum.

Read on for ways to reduce itching, redness and more, in order to keep your epidermis comfortable at the same time.

Layer up

Covering up your chest, arms and legs is a no brainer, but it’s also important to invest in gloves and scarves to conceal your extremities. And, even though it’s below 60 degrees, the sun is still damaging! Time to rub on some sunscreen to exposed areas.

Exfoliate often

Ward off dead skin cells in winter with an exfoliating mask and exfoliating body wash. By doing so, the moisturizer we apply afterward will seep in more easily and penetrate for smoother, more hydrated skin.

Wear moisturizing makeup

Even though the cold months inspire dull, lackluster skin, our BRILLIANT GLOW Illuminating Primer & Skin Perfector combats a tired pallet and promotes a brighter and healthier glow. Its hydrating ingredients instantly illuminate. The Lip Trio also adds moisture and shine to dehydrated lips, sans stickiness.

Work overnight

Pull in more than Z’s while your body is resting. Refresh and rehydrate by applying a deep moisturizer right before your snoozing hours. You can even seal in the moisture on hands and feet by wearing cotton gloves and/or socks to bed.

With these winter skincare hacks, you’ll be on cruise control until you we change up your routine for the spring season. In the meantime, enjoy fun in the snow, hot cocoa and hydrated skin.

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