May 22 , 2021
Winter weather can be harsh on the skin. The combination of low humidity, cold temperatures, and dry heat indoors creates a perfect storm that makes the skin dry, itchy, and flaky. A great skincare routine that includes both home and professional treatments is essential all year long, but the skin needs a little extra love when temperatures drop.
Dry skin in winter can be uncomfortable and even painful. If you have naturally dry skin and are prone to eczema, you need to be especially careful to take care of yourself in the winter. Even if your skin isn’t naturally dry, your skin health will still benefit from an enhanced care routine. To keep your skin glowing and healthy all season long, try these remedies for dry skin in the winter.
Wash Your Face with Lukewarm Water
After a day out in the cold, nothing sounds better than a warm shower. Go for it—but limit your time, and always wash your face and hands with lukewarm water. Warm water can irritate your skin, strip away protective oils, and leave your sensitive skin susceptible to drying out.
Drink up! One of the best remedies for dry skin in the winter is drinking enough water. When the weather gets cooler, it can be easy to forget to get in enough water. If you struggle with your skin during winter, keep a water bottle nearby, and aim to chug about half of your body weight in ounces.
Applying lotion and moisturizer is a given any time of year. But when combating dry skin in winter, it is essential. Never skip your face cream, no matter how tired you are, and make sure to apply moisturizer and lotion to your face, hands, and body right after washing or showering. Applying the moisturizer to damp skin will help lock in the water. In the winter, choose oil-based moisturizers and make sure you’re using high-quality products with all-natural ingredients.
Protect your skin from direct contact with cold, dry air. Bundle up in a scarf and gloves to guard against exposure to the elements. And don’t forget sunscreen—even during the winter, the sun rays can damage and age your skin.
No matter how much we moisturize, the dampness can’t get into our skin if it is formed by dead and flaking cells. Exfoliate to help your skin slough off dead cells on your face and hands and even on your body. Choose exfoliating body washes and regularly use an exfoliating mask on your face and hands.
Choose Cream Makeup
If you suffer from dry skin during winter, put away your powder makeup and choose cream instead. The powdery foundations, blushes, and highlighters will only enhance the look of dry skin on your face. Instead, select cream makeup for a more natural look.
Get a Hydrating Facial
Spa facials feel great and are suitable for your skin no matter the season, but if you’re wondering how to take care of dry skin in winter, try a hydrating facial. A facial can give your skin an extra glow of health and hydration, even during the year’s driest months. Infinity Laser Spa offers several facial treatment options, including a hydrating treatment for the face and hands that cleanses, exfoliates, and hydrates.
Try a Chemical Peel
There’s no better way to remove dead skin and revitalize your look than to head to the spa for a gentle chemical peel. Treat yourself to healthier skin during the busy holiday season. A chemical peel will peel away the dry and damaged skin, revealing smoother skin underneath. It’s a great way to reset your skin in winter.
This night crème utilises the beneficial properties of Lanolin, Royal Jelly and Manuka Honey to provide an intense facial therapy treatment as you sleep. Royal Jelly nourishes and energises the skin resulting in a smoother softer complexion; while Manuka Honey, high in minerals and vitamins, protects, nourishes and heals. Combined with the deeply moisturising elements of pure Lanolin and Botanical oils, this crème actively replaces lost moisture and helps to diminish fine lines and wrinkles; giving the appearance of younger more radiant skin. Wake up with your complexion feeling soft and hydrated.