How to make the skin glowing in the winter months.

It’s never easy to accomplish the dewy, hydrated, just-got-back-from-a-trip-to-Fiji glow — but it’s next to impossible when you have the cold, winter air working against you. Not only can the cold air and wind themselves strip your skin of any signs of moisture, but artificial heat from your heater can as well. There are several ways to ensure glowing and youthful skin in the harsh winter months. Some of them are:

Overnight Hydration Masks

We all love the benefits of the occasional sheet mask, but overnight masks are a whole different ball game: the benefits of a mask — but after being on your skin all night, instead of for 10 minutes.

Yes, please. Using a hydrating overnight mask a couple of times a week can help bring your skin back to life.

Moisturize with Oils

Adding oils to your skincare routine can be super beneficial year-round, but particularly in the winter. Oils help to keep moisture in the skin while helping to keep toxins out.

Ditch the hot showers

As tempting as it can be to come in from the cold and hop in a piping hot shower or bath, it can lead to dry, flaking skin — especially if your skin is already on the dry side. Dermatologists advise taking lukewarm showers instead (at about 98 degrees).

Keep up with your SPF

When the temperature is below 0 with a wind chill of -40 (if you don’t live in Chicago you might not be able to relate — lucky you), one of the last things on your mind is putting on SPF before you head out the door in the morning.

But, the sun can still do damage — no matter how cold it is outside — which can add to the dryness. Make sure you’re still putting on protection during all 12 months of the year, no matter how unnecessary it might feel.

Water, water, water

It feels like everyone’s been on the gallon-a-day water kick for years now, but remembering to drink your water is especially important when you have dry, winter skin, as it can help you hydrate from the inside out.

Don’t Wait. Get Help Today.

The sooner you address the symptoms of skin, the more likely you are to prevent irreversible damage. Speak to a medical professional today to begin your natural skincare journey.

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