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How the weather can affect your skin!

How the weather can affect your skin!

There is no doubt that changes in weather can have a big impact on your skin. However, it can affect everyone differently due to your make up routine, skin type, and genetics. Due to sudden change in temperature, your skin can become a little overwhelmed. You will want to maintain consistency in your complexion, which means that when the weather changes you will want to adjust your skincare routine accordingly to ensure your skin is in good health. Here is our advice what you can do during these seasonal shifts to maintain glowing skin. 


Why and how does your skin change from season to season?

Our skin loves consistency, so when our skin is exposed to weather changes, its likely to shock the system. For example, when the season changes from summer to fall, the temperature and humidity will drop quickly, so the skin needs to work extra hard to maintain its hydration. This can have negative effects on the state of your overall skin if not managed properly. 


From warm to cold weather:

When the winter comes around the temperature outside becomes cooler, easy for the skin to loose its moisture and becomes dry. This can cause breakouts, dry patches and itchy skin. Cold temperatures often mean low humidity, which dries out our skin as well. This can strip away essential oils from the skin and cause for dry sores. Our Hydrating Moisturizer is amazing to replenish the skins’ moisture, leaving your skin feeling hydrated and refreshed. 


From cold to warm weather:

As the weather gets warmer outside and the humidity increases, the skin has to adapt to the changes yet again. This means the skin feeling greasy, as more oil gets trapped onto the surface of the skin. This could cause clogged pores, which can lead to bacteria building up and eventually produce breakouts. Our Clay And Glow Exfoliating Face Scrub and Straw-Jelly Cleanser can remove dead skin cells and reveal the healthy, glowing skin below. The skin is exfoliated, working through the rough layer, leaving your skin feel softer. 

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Pay close attention to the state of your skin and switch up your routine as the seasons change. If you are noticing persistent concerns, visit your dermatologist to discuss the best way to help your skins’ needs. Don’t let the weather control your glow! Switch up your routine to get the best results! 

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