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How Climate Affects Your Skin

Jessica AndersonComment

As a Northern Colorado skin care business, SkinDeep Naturals knows a thing or two about dry climates. In fact, according to currentresults.com—a website dedicated to communicating weather and science facts—Denver is the third driest major city in the nation, proceeded only by Las Vegas and Phoenix. It is common for people to have dry skin year-round and even more so in the winter. But we also know people use our products in places with more humidity than Colorado which affects their skin too. In this blog post, we will explain a little about how climate affects your skin and what you can do about it.

Dry Climates:

Anyone who has spent any time in a cold, dry climate knows it can cause their skin to crack, get red, flake, and become itchy. How Stuff Works recommends avoiding long, hot showers and applying a daily moisturizer. We like Ginger + Citrus Pure Moisture Body Lotion. They also recommend keeping your skin covered when you are outside and increasing the moisture inside you home by running a humidifier.

Humid Climates:

Humid climates tend to make people sweat more which can lead to breakouts. Using a cleanser and other products made for oily skin can help dry up some of the oil brought on by sweat and humidity. Our Blemish Control Toner and Blemish Control Serum are designed to bring relief to acne-prone skin.

If your local climate is causing trouble to you skin, you are not alone. Check out some of our products and find other ways to help your skin like using a humidifier in dry climates  and protecting your skin from the sun in hot and sunny climates. For more information, contact us today at SkinDeep Naturals.