Hey Skindelush Babes!
With the cold winter months here, it’s time for some changes. As you begin to switch out your wardrobe, keep in mind that your skincare also needs to transition for the chilly days ahead. It’s around this time that most of us struggle with dry, red and flaky skin due to the lack of humidity in our environment.
No need to throw away your current routine—but making the necessary adjustments to this harsh weather can keep your face and body glowing all winter long. This means using products that help hydrate skin and lock in that much needed moisture.
Here are some practices you can follow to maintain your healthy, radiant skin this winter:
Opt for heavier creams and moisturizers, and apply them right after gently cleansing your skin. Try out the Ageless Skin Hydrating Serum by Skin Script RX — https://www.skindelush.com/product-page/ageless-skin-hydrating-serum or their Acai Berry Antioxidant Moisturizer —https://www.skindelush.com/product-page/acai-berry-antioxidant-moisturizer
Don’t skip your sunscreen! — the winter sun can still damage your skin. Make sure you apply an SPF 30 or higher every two hours for maximum protection. Try out our Citrus-C Nourishing Cream by Skin Script RX — https://www.skindelush.com/product-page/citrus-c-nourishing-cream that offers UV protection as well.
Lather on the lip oils and balms — don’t skip your lips. In the winter, lips can dry out, chap and crack easily. Gently exfoliate to clear any dead skin and apply your favorite lip oil or balm.
Try facial steaming — bringing the humidity back into your skin with a facial steamer can restore lost moisture and create a great base for the rest of your skincare routine. This may also be a great time to try out our Skindelush facials…
Avoid hot showers and baths—yes, we know how cozy a hot shower can be after a day in the cold, but it can do more harm than good for your skin, stripping it of its natural oils. Instead, opt for warm or cool water and get bundled up post-shower. Don’t forget to moisturize immediately after!
Remember to be kind to your skin as it changes and requires extra love.
If you are experiencing abnormal or extreme irritation, dryness or redness in your skin, be sure to reach out to a dermatologist.
Stay Warm! ✨