In winter it’s cold and dry outside and inside which can result in your skin feeling more dehydrated and sensitive than usual. It’s easy to feel like you have to start using heavier moisturising products but for combination skin this may make your t-zone produce more oil. Instead, layer products full of nourishing and plumping ingredients.
A Step-By-Step Guide For
Your skincare routine in the winter should include:
If you double cleanse, use an oil cleanser or cleansing balm to gently melt away make-up, sunscreen, and build-up from pollution. Follow this with a gentle cleanser which is creamy or gel textured to cleanse the skin without drying it out. Introduce a cleansing cloth to gently remove dead skin cells and buff the skin to help even out your texture.Browse All
Use an AHA exfoliator to help to remove dead skin cells on the surface of your skin caused by the dry environment.
The dry climate means that a hydrating toner will help to nourish and plump your skin by helping to maintain your skin barrier.
04: Treatments & Serums
In the morning a Vitamin C serum will add brightness to your skin which may be looking duller than normal. In the evening use a serum with hyaluronic acid to help lock in moisture and niacinamide which will reduce the appearance of pores.Browse All
In the daytime use a lightweight moisturiser with nourishing ingredients such as hyaluronic acid to moisturise your skin without being too heavy for your t-zone. In the evening, look for moisturisers with fatty acids or an overnight hydrating mask which will lock in your serums and have you waking up with glowing and plump skin.
06: Facial Oils
If your skin needs some extra nourishment then incorporate a facial oil to the areas you think need a little extra care. Don’t feel like you need to use this everywhere.
07: Eye Cream
Use a soothing eye cream full of hydrating ingredients as the thin skin around your eye doesn’t produce as much oil as the rest of your face so is in need of extra moisture.Browse All
It se a soothing eye cream full of hydrating ingredients as the thin skin around your eye doesn’t produce as much oil as the rest of your face so is in need of extra moisture.Browse All