We place a lot of emphasis on the importance of skin health, particularly on protecting our skin from the sun, during the summer months. However, our skin requires just as much care during winter, even though the UV Index is generally not as high.
You may have noticed that your skin becomes dry and flaky during the colder months. This is usually due to the lack of moisture in the air, as well as exposure to heating. Moving back and forth between the cold, dry air outside and warm, dry air inside throughout the winter months can also cause our skin to become dehydrated and may exacerbate some skin conditions.
The ten tips below will help you to prevent your skin from losing moisture and becoming dry, irritated and painful this winter.