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Prevent Dry Skin This Winter

As the weather gets colder, many people start to struggle with the loss of hydration in their skin. This is due partly to dry air outside and the dry air that most furnaces produce to heat your home. Fortunately, you can take some steps now to help your skin adapt to the change in seasons. Here are some of our top tips to prevent dry skin this winter.

Start With A Blank Slate

Before that cold weather sets in, let’s get your face prepped by removing buildup and dead skin cells with a chemical peel. We offer a variety of mild to moderate peels that exfoliate the skin, revealing fresh new skin in around 5-10 days. For our clients suffering from acne and sun damage especially, a peel significantly improves skin tone/texture.

Use A Proven At-Home Skincare Routine

Enhance the long-term results of your peel and keep dry skin away with a proper skincare routine, customized for your needs. Rejuvenate utilizes medical-grade skincare products with proven results for our patients looking for ways to keep their skin healthy and prevent future damage. Our experienced team will recommend a routine for you to do at home to keep your skin smooth and hydrated all winter long.

Increase Hydration To Banish Dry Skin

During the winter months, it can be hard to drink enough water to stay properly hydrated. People naturally drink more water in hotter weather. Download a tracker app, set phone reminders, or use a marked water bottle to make sure your daily intake stays where it should. Aim for 0.5-1oz per pound of body weight per day. In addition, use humidifiers in your home to combat the drying effects of your HVAC. The key is to increase your hydration both inside AND out.

Prepare your skin now for the winter months by making an appointment with us today! We will assess your skin and make recommendations for treatments and products to keep your skin glowing.

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