1. Try a preservative and emulsifier free cleanser
Cleaners that contain these nasty ingredients can strip natural oils out of the skin, leaving it feeling dry and tight. Over winter often our skin is already feeling a little dry or dehydrated. Try Dermaviduals cleansing milk, which helps remove all make-up and impurities, but will also help re-hydrate the skin.
2. Mask the culprit
Adding a Mask into your skincare program can really boost your skin health. If you are time poor and just never find the time to do one, then try a leave on mask. Dermaviduals mask with vitamins is packed full of Vitamins A, C, D-panthanol and E and is applied at night time and left on the skin while your sleeping. You wake up and it feels as though you have had a mini facial. Your skin is hydrated and plump.
3. Turn down the heat
Overheating a cold home will worsen dry skin problems, so experiment with different settings on your heater to find the right temperature for both you and your skin.
4. If it heats you then it drys you
Any device that heats your environment will also steal your moisture, Even electric blankets. If dry skin is driving you crazy, throw another blanket on the bed, and see how you feel after you’ve left the electric blanket unplugged for a couple nights.