Do you change your products with changing seasons?
Now is an excellent time to evaluate skincare procedures if your skin responds to or is affected by a change in season. Many of us suffer skin reactions that range from mild to severe when the day grows shorter and the temperature drops. Let's discuss some methods for providing your skin with holistic care.
While applicable year-round, if you're in your late 20s or later when the body's capacity to naturally create collagen declines, this becomes particularly important. The glue that holds our skin's strength and flexibility together is collagen. Therefore, our skin naturally exhibits its effects as we create less of it. Initially, this takes the form of fine lines, wrinkles, liver spots, sagging, etc.
Make sure to include collagen in your diet.
Even though the weather may be colder, you shouldn't reduce your daily water intake as winter approaches. Our skin is primarily water, much like all other body cells. Skin rapidly alerts us if we don't keep up good hydration. Skin starts to feel tight and dry, flaky, and even itch. An oil/water imbalance can lead to acne, clogged pores, and the loss of healthy plumpness, which promotes the development of fine wrinkles. Water is our friend every day of the year, not least during the changing seasons.
Be gentle on the skin.
Even while it may become colder outdoors in the winter, you probably won't notice it inside. At this time of year, indoor heating is frequently necessary, but it can be terrible for our skin. If we're not careful, we can dry up more quickly in the winter than in the summer. Winter may be the best season to increase TLC and show our skin that we care.
Get some air
When sleeping, you should leave just a little fresh air to flow in your bedroom. Keep the bedroom door open for improved ventilation if you can't bring yourself to do that or are worried about security. A well-ventilated room is more likely to result in lower CO2 levels and, thus, improved sleep quality, according to a study conducted in the Netherlands. Sleep aims to give the body and mind time to heal, repair, and prepare. Our overall health, not just our skin, benefits from getting enough good quality sleep.
They are around all year. Because so many of us identify UV rays with the sun, we think that if it's gloomy outside, it implies there won't be any UV rays. Therefore, we can skip the SPF. Don't worry. UV rays won't leave a stone unturned to reach you. Ideally, it would be best if you did the same, never leave a chance for UV rays. Apply SPF daily.
Well balanced diet
It might sound cliche, but none of your expensive products will work if you don't have a good diet and lifestyle. Just like your products, your diet and lifestyle change, but always remember one thing - " we do all of this for the well-being of the body, and if something is doing the other way around, you should get rid of it."
As the season changes, revising the skincare routine and products is essential to get the most out of your skincare. If you want personalized skincare to target your concerns, we might have it for you in-store.
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