With the changing seasons, many people will begin to notice a difference in the way their skin looks and feels and find it necessary to adjust their normal skin care routine. You may find that during winter, your skin becomes more flaky and dried out. The good news is there are things you can do to keep your skin looking good as the seasons change.
Your skin doesn’t have to look dull, lifeless and dry because it’s cold. Regular exfoliation by a professional will keep your skin looking fresh year-round. The key is finding a balance for your skin, especially through the winter. When going in for a facial, talk with your Skin Therapist about how to maintain good balance for your skin type. Some people suffer from dry skin and others suffer from dehydrated skin; they look similar but are very different. Dry skin lacks oil, which is essential to the skin, while dehydrated skin lacks water. Finding what your skin needs will help, so finding the right moisturizer is important to balance your skin.
Keeping skin healthy when it’s cold outside
◘ Dull skin can be countered by having monthly facials performed by a professional. Facials remove dead and flaky skin and help restore the natural glow that most people long for. Regular facials give skin an overall healthier appearance.
◘ When winter approaches, it is important to moisturize the skin so it doesn’t become dried out. After cleansing, always follow with a toner, an anti-aging serum and apply a good quality moisturizer that is appropriate for your skin type.
◘ Avoid chemical tans that come in take-home spray bottles and lotions. They usually contain chemicals you should avoid putting on your skin and will most likely not provide a natural looking tan. Tanning beds are not a good choice either, because of the risks they impose. Instead of chemicals and tanning beds, opt for an organic spray tan.
◘ When it comes to hair removal, there’s nothing sweeter that sugaring. Body Sugaring Hair Removal will not cause skin irritation and provides the added benefit of gently exfoliating your. Having hair professionally sugared every four to six weeks will keep your skin hair-free and looking healthy.
◘ Drink plenty of water to maintain youthful skin. If the skin doesn’t get enough water, it will look aged and dehydrated.
◘ Opt for healthy foods that benefit the skin. Indulge in strawberries, tomatoes, salmon, edamame, tea, carrots, broccoli, and avocados. They each have nutrients that help protect the skin and keep it looking great.