Getting a peel is a great way to exfoliate your skin and start the new season with a clean slate. As the climate changes, so does your skin, and a peel can help ease the transition. Healthier, cleaner skin allows your winter skin-care routine to be more effective.
2. Drink plenty of water
Remembering your daily dose of water during the summer is a no-brainer, but as the cold weather sets in, remembering to stay hydrated isn’t as easy and getting your daily dose of water isn’t always a top priority – but it should be. We all get more dehydrated during the winter, so remember to drink more water.
We wrap ourselves in heavy jackets and clothing during the winter, and it shouldn’t be any different with our skin. Apply a heavier cream instead of a lighter moisturizer to keep skin hydrated. Skin is more sensitive during the winter months, so think of a heavier moisturizer as an extra layer of protection – like a warm coat.
4. Don’t put away the sunscreen
Just because it’s cold out there and you’re shivering doesn’t mean the sun’s rays have gone into hibernation. Sunscreen is just as important during the winter. Always put sunscreen on 30 minutes before you leave the house to protect your skin.