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How to change Skincare routine for winter season

Here are some tips that will help you change your skincare routine to fit winter season and deal with problems like dull / dry skin and lips during winter months. Cleanse

Start by cleansing your face with a gentle, sulfate-free cleanser. This will remove dirt, oil, and makeup from your skin.


After cleansing, use a toner to help balance your skin’s pH and remove any remaining impurities.


If you have any specific skin concerns, such as acne or dark spots, now is the time to apply a treatment product. This could be a serum or spot treatment.


Use a thicker moisturizer and facial oil : In the winter, the air is drier and can strip moisture from the skin.

To combat this, you may need to switch to a thicker, more nourishing moisturizer. Look for products that contain ingredients like ceramides, glycerin, and hyaluronic acid, which help to lock in moisture. Make sure to use and seal in all of that moisture with a Face oil that is light and fast absorbing. Facial oils help to seal in the moisture from the moisturizer and help protect your skin from the drying effects of the winter weather. 

Protect your skin from the cold

In the winter, it’s important to protect your skin from the cold, wind, and snow. This can be done by using a face cream or serum that contains antioxidants like vitamin C, and by wearing a scarf or hat to cover your face when you’re outside.

Lip care

The skin on your lips is thin and prone to drying out in the winter. Make sure to use a lip balm or lip oil to keep your lips moisturized.

Use a humidifier

Using a humidifier in your home or office can help to add moisture back into the air, which can be beneficial for your skin.

Exfoliate regularly

It’s important to exfoliate your skin regularly to remove dead skin cells and keep your skin looking healthy. However, be careful not to overdo it, as exfoliating too often can strip your skin of its natural oils and lead to dryness.

Remember to be gentle with your skin in the winter and avoid using hot water when cleansing, as this can strip your skin of its natural oils. Instead, use lukewarm water and pat your skin dry gently with a towel.

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