With the arrival of low temperatures, the skin requires special care to avoid losing the primary role of acting as a barrier protecting the body.
With the cold, the skin is weakened and dried, therefore, your skin may look tired and aged.

1. Keep a daily routine of cleansing, moisturizing and protecting the skin.

2. Moisturize your skin to prevent drying.

3. Avoid shower gels or soaps that have chemicals that can drying it.

4. Use natural sunscreen, although not think you need it.

5. It’s important to remember that the main factors associated with the onset of cold affecting the skin are wind, humidity and sudden changes in temperature (hot and cold contrast) or dryness produced in heated environments. Try to put in the room where you sleep a humidifier to counter the dry environment, so your skin will suffer less.