Why You Shouldn't Freak Out About Winter Skin

Why You Shouldn't Freak Out About Winter Skin

In the words of Lord Eddard Stark, "winter is coming."  

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 It's that time of year again. The days are getting shorter, the air is getting colder, and your skin is getting dryer. Brrrrr.

Like most people, you're starting to panic a little about how to keep your skin healthy and moisturized during the winter months. After all, winter can be tough on the skin!

But there's no need to fret! First things first: winter isn't all bad news for your skin. In fact, there are a few ways in which winter can actually be good for your skin.

For one, the colder weather can actually help to tone and tighten your skin.

And because there's less sunlight in the winter months, you're less likely to experience sun damage. So take heart—it's not all doom and gloom when it comes to winter skin!

1. Switch to a gentle cleanser 

One of the most common mistakes people make in the winter is using a harsh cleanser.

Since your skin is already feeling dry and sensitive, using a product with harsh chemicals will only make things worse. Look for a gentle cleanser that won't strip away your natural oils.

And be sure to use lukewarm water when washing your face—hot water can further dry out your skin.

2. Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize!

It's important to moisturize your skin year-round, but it's especially crucial in the winter months. Look for a thick, creamy moisturizer that contains ingredients like hyaluronic acid or glycerin, which will help lock in moisture.

Apply it liberally all over your body after showers and baths, and be sure to carry a smaller tube with you for touch-ups throughout the day.

3. Protect your skin from the elements

When it's cold outside, it's important to remember to protect your skin from the wind and the sun just as you would in the summertime. Layer up with clothing like scarves and hats, and don't forget sunscreen!

Choose a sunscreen with at least SPF 30, and apply it generously all over exposed skin before you go outside. Reapply every 2 hours or after swimming or sweating.

4. Exfoliate regularly

You might think that exfoliating would be a bad idea for dry, sensitive skin, but it's actually quite the opposite!

Exfoliating helps to remove dead skin cells from the surface of your skin, which can help your moisturizer work better. Just be sure to use a gentle exfoliator—nothing too harsh or abrasive.

In this regard, nothing works better than Gleam Body Scrub, a 100% natural and vegan body scrub designed to give you the softest, most hydrated skin imaginable.


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Gleam's exfoliating power buffs away dead skin cells while simultaneously infusing your skin with moisture thanks to a blend of hydrating plant extracts.

With Gleam Body Scrub in your beauty arsenal, winter doesn't stand a chance against your gorgeous, glowing skin!

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