The main reason for peeling of the skin of the face in winter is the low humidity of the atmospheric air on frosty and windy days, and the air in the premises, dried by heating. Without a sufficient amount of moisture, the water-fat layer of the skin is disturbed, which holds the horn cells and dry scales that make up the surface layer, easily crumble, the skin peels off, at the same time the blood vessels are narrowed, blood circulation and skin nutrition are disturbed, the skin loses its attractiveness. Hence the conclusion: the skin in winter needs to be able to protect, moisturize and nourish.
To do this, use our simple tips:
In winter, do not use moisturizer before leaving the house.
When trying to protect your skin from chapping, do not cover your face with a scarf or glove.
If the face is severely chapped, the skin is peeling - use a scrub.
Apply nourishing masks.
To keep your lips from flaking, choose a greasy lipstick at this time of year, preferably with vitamin E.
Winter eyelid care includes oily, intense, rich creams, masks and serums.
As strange as it sounds, the hair balm really softens the skin.
Freezing temperatures outside in winter. And the colder the air, the lower the percentage of humidity in it. And in rooms with heating, the percentage of humidity is even lower, so the skin begins to dry. Dehydration occurs. Low temperatures also directly affect the condition of the skin. When leaving a warm room in frost, the vessels spasm, which leads to a violation of blood microcirculation and to a slowdown in the work of the sebaceous glands. When we spend a long time in the cold and wind, the vessels on the face narrow, and then we go into warmth, and they expand sharply. This causes irritation and redness of the skin.
Not only dry, but also oily skin in winter is also prone to flaking from the amount of moisture it needs. Oily does not mean moisturized . Both dry and oily skin can be considered dehydrated. Therefore, oily skin also needs to be moisturized, but only with lighter textures.
Therefore, regularly moisturize and exfoliate the skin. Make moisturizing masks and masks with acids that will remove dead skin cells and renew the skin, be sure to apply a moisturizer. To moisturize dry skin - use preparations from the Vital C line, for oily skin use the Revitalizing Serum and Cream from the Clear Cell collection, to increase moisture - use I MASK hydrogel moisturizing masks. And if you need to protect the skin from chapping, irritation and redness of the skin at low temperatures - use the I RESCUE Post-Peel Cream - a "rescuer" for the skin, which was developed by a group of plastic surgeons. Plant stem cells and antioxidants significantly reduce transepidermal moisture loss, discomfort, redness and irritation.