How to Deal With Dry Skin in The Fall?
As the weather gets colder in the fall, many women notice that the condition of the skin on the face deteriorates significantly: dryness appears and the skin begins to peel off. Even the tonal means are not able to mask the peeling on the skin. So, how to deal with dryness and peeling on the skin?
Don’t use alcohol containing cosmetics during cold weather. Alcohol dries the skin and makes it dehydrated. Later, peeling appears, which only causes discomfort. Therefore, cosmetologists insist on choosing products with the most gentle components that do not cause dryness and irritation.
Moisturize and rehydrate the skin
If your skin begins to dry and peel off, this is the first sign that your skin needs to be moisturized. Temperature drops, heaters and indoor dry air can dry even the most hydrated skin. Cosmetologists insist on choosing moisturizers with revitalizing components, which normalize the lipid balance and compensate for the lack of moisture in the skin. Hyaluronic acid, active vitamins A, C, E or natural oils are essential components of moisturizers.
Do not forget about nourishing masks
If you notice the first signs of peeling on the skin of the face, this is a reason to start making nourishing masks. Owners of dry and normal skin can use nourishing and deeply regenerating masks, whereas people with oily and combination skin need to use lighter moisturizers. Apply them 1-2 times a week to moisturize the skin and restore the level of hydration. Choose masks with moisturizing ingredients such as honey, cottage cheese, kefir or sour cream.
Maintain the water balance of your skin
The skin of the face must be moisturized not only from the outside, but also from the inside. Experts insist on drinking up to two liters of clean (not tap) water a day. It is important to drink it not during or after meals, but between meals. Also, experts recommend drinking a glass of water half an hour before the meal.