The temperature has dropped and winter is in the air. With this change in weather comes a ‘tweak’ in your skin and as you’ve heard a million times before – so should your skincare.
Cooler weather, dry air, wind and heating can zap the moisture out of your skin leaving it dehydrated and for those that suffer from redness, and increase in red skin. Let your skin work it’s magic while you sleep. Look for a moisturiser that contains shea butter to seal in that moisture in the skin.
You may also need to reduce how often you are using your actives. Things like Retinols can add to your dry skin. If you’re using a retinol every night, use it every second night.