Cold weather and sensitive skin
go hand in hand... but they don't have to!
- The low humidity in winter can increase sensitivity, combine that with the harsh winter winds and you'll need protection. Make sure to wrap up warm and use a hooded jacket to add an extra barrier against the cold and winter against your sensitive skin.
- Daily SPF, the sun takes no breaks. SPF can even be magnified when there is snow or ice around, with damaging rays bouncing off the snow/ice and doubling the damage.
- Stay moisturised indoors. It's both tempting (and necessary) to turn up the central heating in the middle of winter. This can dry out the skin leading to dryness, redness and added irritation.