4 Winter Skin Care Techniques

Fall is here and winter is right on its heels! The colder, drier months of the year have a bad reputation for dehydrating skin, and can lead to issues such as cracking, itching, flaking, and more. Avoid the pain and annoyance of dry skin this year! Dermaglow has compiled this list of helpful skin care techniques so you can have healthy skin all year long. When you want to give yourself an extra boost, find a spa or medical center near you with a Dermaglow microdermabrasion machine. Our products will remove your dead skin and make you feel and look younger! If you’re interested in carrying our line of microderm machines, get in touch today.

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Stay Hydrated

When your body doesn’t have enough water, it will quickly lead to dry skin. Dryness can occur from many sources, but moisturizing yourself from the inside out is one of the easiest and cheapest remedies. It is recommended that you drink at least 60 ounces of water per day for the best health and hydration benefits.

Use a Humidifier

Keeping the air inside your home more hydrated will help to keep your skin satisfied. If you have space at your work, you could even bring a small humidifier with you to promote healthy skin at all times throughout your day! In your house, focus on humidifying whichever rooms you constantly spend time in so that you reap the benefits as much as possible. You could also invest in a house humidifier that can offer a higher output and work to keep your whole home comfortable.

Control Your Showers

It’s very tempting to take long, hot showers or baths as the temperatures outside drop, but it will be better for your skin if you take showers that are warm and only last 5 to 10 minutes. This applies to washing your hands as well. It’s important to keep yourself clean, but using the least amount of hot water possible will increase your skin’s health. Hot water evaporates quickly, and removes moisture from your skin. When the skin is not moisturized quickly afterwards, it can lead to cracking, itchy skin and eczema.

Use Sunscreen

Yes, you even need to use sunscreen in the winter! The harmful rays of the sun still penetrate the clouds, so make sure you put protection on any skin that will be exposed when you are spending time outside. The rays of the sun can even reflect off the snow on the ground and cause burns to your face and eyes!

Hopefully these quick and easy tips will help your skin look and feel healthy this year, so you can avoid all of the stereotypical winter itches and pains. If you feel like you could use a pick-me-up, schedule a Dermaglow microdermabrasion facial at a facility near you. If you need to upgrade your spa or medical center, you won’t find a better microderm machine! Start giving your patrons the treatment they deserve! We offer training and easy upgrade options with all of our machines. Call now with to learn more or upgrade your facility.

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