There’s significantly less moisture in the air
Perhaps the most obvious aspect of wintertime is the fact that it’s cold and dry—two characteristics that don’t bode well for youthful-looking skin. “The dry, harsh environmental conditions in wintertime often disrupts the skin’s equilibrium, causing redness and sensitivity,” says Ted Lain, MD, Austin-based dermatologist. “This sensitivity can make us susceptible skin conditions like rosacea, which tend to worsen in the winter and, over time, can lead to premature aging.” Here are 10 ways to fight dry skin this winter.
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