Winter is Coming... Is Your Skin Ready?

It's in the air, each day is getting colder and it's about time to start layering. While some love it and some hate it, we can't argue what the changing season does to our bodies. The air is getting harsher and it's going to take a little extra effort to keep yourself looking the best that you can. Here are some tips on keeping your skin looking the best that it can in the coming months because looking good isn't just in the clothing.

  1. Wash your face: This may sound obvious but you'd be surprised how many people conveniently forget to! Take two minutes every morning to splash a bit of cold water on your face, it not only wakes you up but helps get some dead skin off of your face. Follow that with a face wash that has glycolic acid in it to invigorate the skin and keep it looking fresh.
  2.  Step two after washing your face should always be using a moisturizing lotion. Especially in the cold months ahead, washing your face and then going outside will be brutal on your skin. Moisturizing every day will keep your skin tight and looking bright.
  3. If you're feeling extra ambitious about keeping your skin looking its best for as long as possible then put on some sunscreen before you leave the house. Sun damage can result in redness, irritation, extra blood vessels and skin cancer - and no one wants that.
  4. If all of this sounds like too much, that's okay, it's hard to change a routine. The first baby step is to drink water. It sounds too good to be true but if you can drink 6-8 glasses of water a day you will see your skin tightening and discoloration going away in mere days. Avoiding extra sugars and adding more fruits and veggies are great ways to clean up your body will, in turn, keep your skin balanced and naturally clean.

Dressing well is just the tip of the iceberg in looking your best. With your DifferentRegard clothing and your freshly washed and moisturized face you'll be ready to confidently head into coldest days of the winter.

Skin CareDominick DavisComment