Choosing skin health is a daily routine no matter what the season. No matter the temperature outside, the changing seasons call for some adjustments in your skin care routine.
To stay healthy, skin needs more than hats, gloves and coats as layers of protection from the cold weather. The colder weather and wind brings a lack of moisture outside and in that can cause cracking, chapping, irritation and skin conditions such as eczema. Most importantly, the winter months require staying diligent about sun safety.
Do List for Winter Skin
As dry, cooler air arrives, skin may lose precious moisture. Autumn also provides an opportunity to recover from the summer toll on the skin left by sun, chlorine and saltwater.
Do list for autumn skin
When the weather warms up and everyone can enjoy the outdoors or working in the yard again, there are still some important things to know that can potentially save skin from sun damage.
Do list for spring skin
Remember that there is no such thing as a healthy tan. A tan means the skin has been damaged.
Do list for summer skin