If you’re feeling unwell, you see the Dr, and they prescribe medicine. If you have a toothache you visit the dentist and they will advise you on lifestyle changes you need to make for healthier teeth. If you have a fitness goal you go and see a personal trainer at the gym who recommends an eating and exercise plan to keep up at home.
Almost everyone has some level of dehydration in their skin, and dehydration has more causes than we realise. A lot of us think we simply need to drink more water if our skin is dehydrated. However, if the skin has no way of retaining water, is heavily dehydrated or has regular exposure to harsh products or weather extremes then this simply isn’t going to be enough.
We all know we need to take extra precautions with our skin in summer. But what about winter? Winter can wreak havoc on our skin while we sit back and become lax about our skin care routines. Cold temperatures and low humidity result in dry air, which draws moisture out of the skin.