How to Adjust Your Skin Care Products for Winter

Change of seasons can be tough on skin.   Here are ideas to make it easier.
If you’re normal or dry, you will get even dryer, so adjust by…………
If you’re oily normally, you probably won’t need as much oil control, so adjust by…..
  • Consider switching to a less drying cleanser more for normal skin like the ones above.
  • Consider using your Vitamin A cream 3-4 times a week instead of nightly.
  • Consider adding a moisturizer in a gel base that’s hydrating but not oily, like the Hydrating B5 Gel or the Eminence  Sugar-Plum Oil-Free Revitalizer.
I just posted my Fall Winter Skin Care Products Regimen.  You’ll see that I have added a new line – Pevonia.  I’ll have more info on that new line in a week or two.  And I’ll offer them in the SkinTour products store also.
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