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Hydration: Prepping Your Skin for the Season

As the winter season approaches, it's crucial to adjust your skincare routine for the colder conditions. Harsh winds and lower humidity levels can wreak havoc on your skin, leading to dryness, flakiness, and a lacklustre complexion. However, with a few straightforward adjustments, you can maintain a radiant and healthy glow throughout the winter months.

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1. Hydration is Key

Maintaining your skin's best appearance during the winter hinges on proper hydration. Cold air and indoor heating can strip your skin of its natural moisture, emphasizing the need to replenish it. Consider these steps to achieve optimal hydration:

  • Switch to a Richer Moisturizer: Swap your lightweight summer moisturizer for a richer, more emollient formula. Two perfect options for effective moisturization are Vivier's Ultimage and Daily Age-Defying Moisturizer, both containing Hyaluronic Acid, renowned for their hydrating properties. Hyaluronic acid, or HA, is celebrated for its soothing and hydrating qualities, making it an excellent choice for calming problematic or inflamed skin. Its versatility benefits all skin types, making it a remarkable addition to your skincare routine.

  • Use a Humidifier: Indoor heating systems can dry out the air in your home, leading to moisture loss in your skin. A humidifier can help maintain optimal humidity levels and prevent your skin from becoming parched.

  • Don't Forget Sunscreen: Winter doesn't grant you a pass on sunscreen. UV rays persist year-round, exacerbating skin dryness and damage. Apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen with at least SPF 30 every morning, even on cloudy days.

2. Exfoliate Gently

Cold, dry conditions can lead to a quicker accumulation of dead skin cells, resulting in a dull complexion. To combat this, integrate a gentle exfoliation step into your skincare routine to eliminate this buildup and reveal fresh, healthy skin. Opt for a mild chemical exfoliant with Vitamin C to calm and brighten the skin, as well as Hyaluronic acid for moisture.

3. Protect Your Skin Barrier

Your skin's barrier is your first line of defence against the elements. To keep it strong and intact, avoid hot showers and excessive scrubbing, as these practices can strip away essential oils. Instead, opt for lukewarm water and gentle cleansers. By following these steps, you can ensure your skin remains healthy and vibrant during the winter months.


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