7 Ways to Care for Winter Skin
Alexandra Spunt | GOOD
November 11, 2010
Cosmetics companies just love to sell you on the idea that each new season calls for an arsenal of new products. And why wouldn’t they? It means you’ll ditch your half-finished current bottle of snake oil in favor of one that comes with the same crap on the inside and different claims on the out. Cha-ching.
Of course, it’s true that cold weather and even clock changes can have serious side effects for skin. But if you’re the sensitive type, switching out your entire regimen—i.e. risking reactions to new products—right when the temperature is dropping, is likely to do more harm than good. In fact if your skin is at all finicky, we strongly advocate sticking to routine in this area.
So how to beat your winter skin woes?
|1. Moisturize||5. Improve Your Digestion|
|2. Wash Less||6 Dose Up on D|
|3. Avoid the Acids||7. Get a Humidifier|
|4. Get Your Fat On|
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