The winter months pose many challenges for maintaining healthy skin. The skin undergoes moisture loss from coming and going between the indoor air and the harsh cold winds of the outdoor air. Skin that is dry, cracked, or irritated is more susceptible to infection. It is important to change your skin care regimen along with the seasons in order to boost your body’s natural defenses. In humid conditions the skin soaks up water from the air, but when winter comes the skin loses a natural moisture source. With the cold of the winter, your skin needs better protection, to preserve the natural oils that protect our skin.
Here are some tips to help your skin this winter:
All of the above will help maintain healthy skin. There are some conditions like eczema, psoriasis, and seborrheic dermatitis which flare up during the winter months. For these you should see a dermatologist for diagnosis and treatment.
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