As the winter season unfolds, it brings with it the magic of snowflakes and chilly evenings. However, the cold weather can also pose challenges for our skin, demanding extra care and attention.
Inspired by our first official snowfall of the season, let’s discuss some essential winter skincare tips to keep your skin glowing throughout the season!
1. Hydration is Key:
Winter air tends to be dry, leading to dehydration of the skin. Combat this by staying well-hydrated from the inside out. Drink plenty of water and incorporate hydrating foods into your diet. You also might want to consider using a humidifier in your room, especially during the night.
2. Switch to a Thicker Moisturizer:
The cold weather calls for a change in your skincare routine. Consider using a thicker, more nourishing moisturizer to provide your skin with the extra hydration it needs. One of our favorite’s is IS CLINICAL’s Youth Intensive Creme - available for purchase in the Boutique at Signature Medical Spa!
3. Lip Care:
Chapped lips are a common winter woe. Keep them soft and supple by using a quality lip balm with moisturizing ingredients. Don't forget to protect your lips from the cold winds.
4. Don’t Skip the Sunscreen
Sunscreen isn't just for summer. Even in winter, the sun's UV rays can cause damage to your skin. Apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen to exposed areas, especially if you plan to spend time outdoors.
5. Gentle Exfoliation:
Incorporate a gentle exfoliation routine into your skincare regimen to remove dead skin cells. This helps your moisturizer penetrate better, leaving your skin looking fresh.
Take your skincare a step further and treat yourself to a HydraFacial at Signature Medical Spa! This treatment cleanses, hydrates, and nourishes your skin, leaving you with a radiant complexion. It's the perfect remedy for dull winter skin. 30 minute treatment, $200.
This winter, make self-care a priority by following these tips and indulging in Signature Medical Spa's rejuvenating treatments. Our experts are here to ensure your skin stays radiant and healthy throughout the season.