How To Care your Skin in a Dry Climate
Best Skin Care Tips for Dry Climate and Area
We are all oddly familiar with the benefits of living in environments with low humidity. Unfortunately, there are vastly unpleasant consequences on our skin. The air in areas with high altitudes such as up in the mountains or far in the desert is usually low in humidity and known to dry up moisture in the skin causing it to become itchy, dry, and dehydrated.
As you may have guessed, this is terrible for your skin and health in general. Skin types that do not retain moisture usually get it the worst in these areas, and require external sources for moisturizing. Cities like Colorado, Denver, Arizona, etc, are usually known to contain low humid atmospheres and skin should be take especially care in seasons like fall and summer for people with naturally dry skin.
What Does A Dry Climate Do To Your Skin?
There are several repercussions that a dry climate may have on your skin. The American Skin Association has managed to highlight a few. They include;
- Cracked skin, which may lead to bleeding.
- Itchy skin
- Shedding skin
- Wrinkled and uneven skin, resulting from loose stretches.
- Skin will feel painful to the touch and may begin stinging.
- Serious infections affecting the skin characterized by crusts, swelling, or discoloration may arise.
It Is All About the Ingredients
Nobody wants dry and flaky skin, especially when you need camera-friendly. To eliminate these effects of dry climate on your skin, you must moisturize well. And to do it more effectively, you must do it with products contain all the right ingredients that will get you back to glory days. Some of them include:
- Glycerin: This common ingredient helps you hydrate the top layer of your skin, giving you an attractive glow.
- Niacinamide: This is also widely referred to as vitamin B3, and it is known to improve the natural moisture barrier of your skin.
- Oils & Butters: These are omega-rich ingredients help to repair skin barrier and reduce moisture loss significantly.
There are several tips you could employ to improve the results in a short time. One is utilizing your moisturizer immediately after a bath, and ensuring to gently massage it into your skin as you apply it on. To check the problem of excessive moisture loss, you may need to apply a face oil like La Coéss REVITALISÉ Nutrient Organic Face Oil, which will keep moisture locked into your skin.
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Tips to protect your skin in a dry climate or area
We have looked at the benefits of using the right moisturizer on your skin. But is this all you can do? Here are a few other effective ways you can remedy the effects of a dry climate.
Including a serum to your daily skin care routine
You can also include serum products in your daily routine. It will bring you closer to the perfect skin you have always wanted.
Buy a quality humidifier
Humidifiers are great in solving the problem of dry air in your home.
In your skincare journey, you can never go wrong with adequate hydration. You can take at least 8 glasses of water a day for that soft, moisturized, and hydrated skin.
Reduce the amount of time spent in hot showers
Hot showers reduce the number of natural oils found on the skin causing it to dry out quickly. So you must ensure that if you must take long showers, you use water at room temperature.
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