2 COMMON WINTER SKIN CARE ISSUES AND HOW TO TREAT THEM NATURALLY
Whether you love it or hate it, the chilly temperatures have been creeping up on us for a while and the cold weather is now officially here to stay, well for the next few months at least!
While we don’t hate this season (it’s the perfect excuse to get cozy with a Netflix binge and not feel too guilty about it!) we have to agree that winter has its faults too. For us, it’s the impact the colder weather has on the skin. Colder air means drier air and it’s not too forgiving on the skin.
Apart from drier skin, there are a few common conditions that can be aggravated at this time of year when there’s a serious lack of moisture in the air.
Don’t despair! We have put together two of the most common skin care problems during the frosty months, as well as all natural ways to heal them right up, no chemicals required!
Eczema is certainly not caused by the cooler months, but the colder weather definitely contributes to eczema flare-ups. Eczema is an inflammatory condition characterized by red, itchy, dry and flaky skin. The itchiness caused by this condition is extremely uncomfortable and scratching only causes painful inflammation, your skin may even crack and bleed.
To soothe eczema, it is very important to keep the skin hydrated, but of course, this can seem quite the challenge at this time of year. Forget the conventional chemically-laden products at your pharmacy and instead try using our all natural products. Yes, that’s right, you absolutely can use our products on areas of your body where your skin needs extra love! Rose will nourish your skin and aloe will provide a soothing layer of cooling hydration to provide instant relief. Other antioxidants will work at reducing inflammation, helping to take the sting (and the frustration!) out of your eczema flare up.
Rosacea is a common and chronic acne-like skin condition characterized by redness of the facial skin, primarily the nose, cheeks, chin, and forehead. It’s an embarrassing condition that may only get aggravated when you try and use cover up to hide it away. The right skin care is essential, and our all-natural ingredients are perfect for soothing, hydrating and reducing inflammation. You want to stay well away from products that can contain synthetic chemicals as this will only worsen your rosacea.
Many people find their rosacea is worse during winter, so be sure to follow these important steps to keep your rosacea under control all season long.
While these two conditions may drive you crazy, if you’re patient with your skin and treat it with love and care, you will start to notice positive changes!