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As temperatures dip, check your products for these skin-saving ingredients The cold air outside, hot air inside, and dry air everywhere can disrupt the skin’s barrier in the winter. And that can mean dry, itchy skin for everyone, but especially for those who deal with conditions like eczema and psoriasis.
Here are some products that can help your skin look and feel its best throughout the colder months. Some of the ingredients are proven-and-true skin superstars, while others are comparatively, new additions to the winter skincare arsenal.
"You want to make sure your cleanser puts moisture into the skin, rather than taking it out," says Dr. Sai Sandeepthi, dermatologist in Hyderabad at Eudermiz
Look for: Products that specifically say "gentle" and "moisturizing" on the label. Avoid products that contain alcohol, as these can dry your skin.
Your skin below your neck needs just as much care as your face.
Look for: Cleansers—liquid, gel, or mousse—the creamier the better. "Also look for products labeled 'fragrance-free,'" advises Dr. Sai Sandeepthi.
For patients with eczema, Dr. Sai Sandeepthi says products that contain petrolatum and silicone are good choices.
Lighter lotions may not be enough to protect your skin from the elements in colder, dry climates.
Look for: Creams, oils. "Hyaluronic acid is popular lately," says a dermatologist in Hyderabad. This ingredient is moisturizing rather than exfoliating, like other acids such as glycolic & salicylic acid. "Jojoba oil is another good hydrating ingredient to the fine line of exfoliating Flaky & dry skin while helping to maintain skin hydration."
Moisturizing your body while your skin is still damp after a shower or bath is an effective way to keep your skin hydrated. This is because moisturizer traps existing moisture in the skin. Why not use the same moisturizer on your body & Face?
Facial skin is thinner and more sensitive, so many face moisturizers are designed to be a bit thinner and less likely to cause acne. They may also have more expensive anti-aging ingredients added to them. Keep in mind that more expensive skincare products are not necessarily more effective.
Look for: Ointments and creams that you squeeze from a tube, as opposed to ones you pump from a bottle, as thicker formulations typically pack more moisture. Hyaluronic acid is recommended because it works as well for the body as it does for the face. "Using hyaluronic acid in body products is new," says Dr. Sai Sandeepthi. "Hyaluronic acid absorbs 1,000 times its weight in water, but until recently it was primarily used in products for the face." Other ingredients that work well for dry skin are glycerin, lanolin, mineral oil, petrolatum, and shea butter.
Many dermatologists recommend minimizing the use of products containing anti-aging ingredients such as glycolic acid, salicylic acid, or retinol in winter. "You can use them less often, or at a lower concentration," says Dr. Sai Sandeepthi.
Look for: Products or brands you like with a lower concentration of harsh ingredients. "If you use prescription retinoids regularly, but find them too drying in the winter, you can consider over-the-counter retinol before going back to your prescription in the spring," suggests Dr. Sai Sandeepthi.
Yes, you should be wearing sunscreen year-round on areas not covered by clothing, like the face, neck, ears, and hands.
Look for: More moisturizing sunscreen products, such as creams instead of lotions or sprays. "Or use a moisturizer and then apply sunscreen on top," recommends Dr. Sai Sandeepthi. Your sunscreen should offer broad-spectrum protection, water resistance, and have an SPF of at least 30. You can also protect your skin from the sun in the winter by seeking shade and donning smart accessories, such as gloves and sunglasses with UV protection.