The colder weather can cause dull skin looking, unattractive skin. During the winter months skin retains less moisture and creams on your skin's surface evaporates quickly. Indoor heating and extreme weather also contribute to your flaky look and dry feel.
You want to make sure your skin does not dehydrate for too long or keratinization can occur. That means the dead skin cells can build up on the surface of your skin, making it difficult for moisturizers to reach your skin.
Here are some tips to keep your skin conditioned in the dry climate;
- Drink your 64 ounces of water.
- Keep your air moist with humidifier
- Use a skin peel that will not dry your skin.
Keratin, a protein in the skin that can cause the roughness we feel we we swipe our hand across our face. But it is soluble with alpha hydroxy acids and can be broken down by enzymes exfoliants.
The Retexturizing Peel is the only at-home peel that provided with alpha hydroxy acids, enzymes and a scrub. If you regularly peel or exfoliate the outer layers of your skin your moisturizers will be able to penetrate your skin and your skin will maintain a youthful, healthy glow.
Plan on using the Retexturizing Peel once a week during the dry months and you dramatically change the texture and feel of your skin this winter.