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No matter what your skin type is, whether it’s normal, oily, combination or dry, it’s important to use products that provide nourishment during winter. Our skin is more prone to dryness during the colder months due to lower humidity and increased use of indoor heating, plus the cold and dry air can also speed up moisture loss.
If you want to get through winter with healthy and hydrated skin, it’s best to switch things up in your routine. Here’s a guide to treating dry skin this winter and how you can defend your skin from the cold:
Step 1: Switch to a hydrating cleanser
Start by adding a cleanser that doesn’t strip your skin of its natural oils. If a cleanser leaves your skin feeling tight or dry after cleansing, then that’s a sign that you need to switch your cleanser.
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