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7 Skin Care Routine Changes for Fall and Cold Weather

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With cold weather slowly approaching, we need to start taking care of our skin properly. Washing, hydrating, and moisturizing are essential steps to creating an appropriate self care routine. However, we can feel overwhelmed by this process; we either don’t make enough time for ourselves, or we just forget to do things. This is when we must start making the right chances. If we don’t take care of our bodies, who will?

Remember! Your skin is the essential barrier between the inside and outside worlds. If your skin is not properly taken care of, there is a high chance you won’t thrive. So, in order to shine bright, you need to engage in specific skincare routine practices. Here are some of the most important tips to try this winter. 

 

1. Change your cleanser

This is the first and most important way in which you can help your skin. Your cleanser is everything. While in the summertime you would pick a more clarifying cleanser, you should choose a gentler approach for winter. During winter, you need more nutrients, while in the summer, you need more hydration. 

If you find your summer cleanser a bit too harsh for this time of the year, it’s time to change it. This will ensure that your skin stays moisturized. You could always use an Aloe Vera cleanser, since it leaves your skin gentle and soft. In any case, make sure you review how the cleanser makes your skin feel after applying it. 

Is your skin too dry after that? Does it feel elastic enough? Is it too moisturized? The goal is to avoid feeling your skin dry during the winter season. 

 

2. Get a better toner

A toner completes your skin-cleaning process; it adds nutritional value to your skin. It also acts as an immunity booster. If you want a more balancing skincare routine, a toner is a must-buy. Most toners I’ve used contain rosemary, but that is not a specific requirement for buying the right toner. 

Friendly advice – just make sure that whichever toner you choose to use, you’re not going for the alcohol-based ones. That’s because alcohol is quick to dry your skin and you want to avoid that in the winter season. Also, ensure that you’re using post-cleansing cream to soothyour skin. This brings me to my next point. 

 

3. Use a moisturizer

Using the same moisturizer during both summer and winter is a mistake. In the summer, you tend to sweat more often, and your skin gets a higher nutritional intake from the environment.

Heat keeps nutrients embedded in your derm. In the winter, the nutrients help with the skin’s self-healing process, so they are more easily consumed. Since we’re transitioning into colder weather, it’s time to get a more nutritive moisturizer. Less water in the air and more blasting heaters require you to do that. 

Keep in mind that your skin will produce less oil during the winter monthsthat means that your moisturizer must be more intense. If your skin is oily, then stick with your summer moisturizer during the day, but use a more deeply penetrating one during the night

Quick tip: for your eyes, use an anti-aging eye cream. Your skin is especially sensitive around the eyes and must be moisturized accordingly.

 

4. Exfoliate regularly

Exfoliation is necessary because it can minimize dark spots and help your skin tone become smoother. So, developing an exfoliation routine is really important during winter. Good thing you’re here to learn that

Providing assignment help for nursing students for a while, I learned that environmental factors play a very important role in how your skin develops. So, if your skin is less oily during winter, that’s because it is affected by rain, winds, and changing temperatures. So, you need to pay more attention to when your skin needs re-boosting if you want to keep it healthy. 

The best way to go about this is to try an Ayurvedic scrub, as it keeps your skin gentle and you can use it regularly without hurting your derm. 

 

5. Your pore size can be reduced

During summer, our pores have the tendency to enlarge; and as we go through the fall months into the winter season, they might stay larger than we’d like them to. If your pores are not reducing in size, you might have serious problems later. 

So, the best way to go about this is to use natural, purifying mud masks. This is how you bring your body back to its normal cycle. Pores should reduce by themselves during winter, but if they don’t, you can always use this method to give them a boost. The clay in the mud mask will absorb the excess oil on your skin and it’ll pull all pores back to their normal size. 

You can try a mud mask every week, at least once or twice. You’ll soon notice a big difference in your pores. Your personal spa treatment will show. 

 

6. Use hydrating masks

Of course, no one can transition into winter without using a hydrating mask. Changing your moisturizer might not be enough – so, you must add this step to your list. During summertime, you might have not used any hydration tools; but now it’s time to start using the right ones. 

You could always use a coconut honey mask to give your skin the smoothness and nourishment it deserves during the cold weather. If you want to make your own hydrating mask, mix bananas, honey, avocado, yogurt, jojoba oil, and oatmeal all together in a bowl. You can put the mix on your face and leave it on for up to 20 minutes. 

 

7. Drink water 

You might have not expected this, but drinking water is essential to your skincare practice. You can try all the natural and non-natural moisturizers and hydrating masks in the world and still experience dryness, as long as you’re not drinking enough water. Water is essential in reducing fine lines and wrinkles. It rejuvenates your body and skin and leaves it smooth enough to be taken care of. Drinking enough water will hydrate your skin, brighten it, and help your tone stay alive and healthy. 

 

Conclusion

In a nutshell, notice how your skin reacts to the winter season, see how it looks throughout the day, and then adjust these steps according to your own needs. Remember that taking care of your skin means taking care of yourself! 

 

About The Author

John Dickinson is a professional content writer. He can write about career growth, education, lifehacks, and blogging. Now he works at Assignment Holic and he loves his job. John likes to listen to techno music and visit various dance festivals.


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