With the advent of low temperatures, the skin requires special care to keep the primary function of acting as a barrier protecting the body.
With the cold, the skin becomes weak and dry, therefore, your skin can look tired and aged.

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

2. Moisturize your skin and hydrate it to prevent drying.

3. Avoid bubble baths and soaps that have chemicals that can dry the skin.

4. Use natural sunscreen, even though you think you do not.

5. It is important to remember that the main factors associated with the arrival of coldaffecting the skin are the wind, humidity and sudden temperature changes (contrasts ofhot and cold) or dry environments produced in heating. Try putting in the room where you sleep a humidifier to counteract the dry air and your skin will suffer less.