During the winter months, cold, low humidity and excessive heat make the skin cool, dry and suffer from redness and discomfort. On the one hand, low temperatures and reduced humidity reduce the production of sebum that keeps the skin hydrated. On the other hand, woolen clothes, long hot baths and warmers contribute to skin discomfort and itching.
This winter, improve the quality of your skin with only 3 tips:
1. Change the moisturizing cream
The products you used in the summer should not be the same ones you will use in the winter. The creams ideal for summer have lighter textures, but for the winter they should be richer and fatter.