Cold weather can equate to dry skin but with dedication and diligence it doesn’t have to. Follow the tips for year round radiance.
Sunscreen, Just Use It!
We all know sunscreen is not just for the tropics. While the warm of the sun, feels feels fantastic it is still damaging. Even if your moisturizer, canceler, powder, etc. contains sunscreen, WebMD recommends applying a separate sunscreen for added protection. (And remember, the sun causes damage even on cloudy days.)
Water is your best friend. Click below to assist you in determining your H2O requirements. Your doctor can provide information you as well.
Wash & Dry
Oily? Dry? Combination? Sensitive? Know your skin type to determine the right cleansers to use. Keep in mind, your skin type can change seasonally and when switching climates.
Wash with warm water and pat dry. Be gentle. Love your face; it will love you back.
You are never to young to moisturize and it’s never to late to start. Apply immediately after washing to lock in water.
Don’t be wooed. There are many brag-worthy high end products on the market and equally fabulous reasonably priced options. Find what’s right for your skin and your wallet. The choices are endless.
Before closing your eyelids, remove your make-up. This is non-negotiable if you want glowing clear skin and who doesn’t! Read my earlier post on how to best remove your eye make-up.
Change your sheets often. Dirt, grease and product from your hair is absorbed into your linens and in turn, clogs your pores.
Get a good night’s rest. Overtired? Stressed? It shows.
There are the products you like and then there are those you love so much you will spend a day of your tropical vacation trying to locate because they are just that necessary. These are some of my tried and true beauty basic survival requirements. A bit melodramatic? Maybe. But give them a try and you will see why I am such a loyalist.
Skin & Hair
- Olive oil/ coconut oil. Best friends to my over dyed hair.