If you are like me, you suffer from dry itchy skin in the winter months. The influx of heating units, hot hot showers and baths and the freezing dry air outside doers no favor to our skin.
Your skin is an open book
You have probably heard that skin is the largest organ of the human body. This means that when we have ailments, some of the first places you can see it is in the skin. While we can assist in keeping our skin healthy with treatments, facials, and masks, we must not forget that our everyday routines are what we are seeing when we look at our skin in the mirror. If your skincare routine is on point, but you are taking s hot showers, sitting in the sauna at the gym, and enjoying jacuzzi time with friends on the weekend--you can expect to have issues with red flushed skin.
Working as an esthetician, I saw clients who had treatable skin conditions and those who should be referred to a doctor. Many times I would be able to guess the client's lifestyle all based on how their skin looked. For instance, typical teen skin will have blackheads on the chin, temples, and nose along with breakouts on any area of the body. Besides these hormonal conditions, teen skin is usually even in tone and texture and rarely has any issues with wrinkles or sun damage. O, a reminder to wash pillowcases, towels, and hoodies are helpful along with a targeted skincare regimen is successful.
Our skin is our only defense against external conditions, take care of YOU!
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