Don’t forget your lips. It’s just as important to keep your lips hydrated to keep them from cracking.
Water intake is always important. Because moisture evaporates off of us so much easier in the cold, it’s important to increase your intake in the winter. It’s a good idea to drink an extra glass or 2 before you take a bath to help prevent the moisture being wicked off your skin. If you can help it, wait until you’re dry before going out in the cold. Cold skin can get chapped very easily.
Exfoliation is still important for your skin, but depending how your skin is, your may have to decrease the frequency you do it in the winter. Generally, once a week should be sufficient, but if you notice that your skin is already very dry, it’s best to wait until it is a little hydrated because your skin is compromised when it is really dry, and the exfoliation could damage it more.
It’s also important to still apply sunscreen even though it might be grey and overcast. The Organic Face Moisturizer is a light moisturizer that also offers some natural SPF properties because of the carrot seed oil.