In the winter, the weather is cold and dry and the heating is on inside meaning it’s hot and dry inside all of which can leave your skin feeling dry. However, at the same time your skin may be feeling oilier than normal as in an attempt to compensate for that dryness your oil glands overproduce sebum. There are some key changes that you can make to help nourish your skin whilst still helping to manage your oil production.
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