16 New Ways To Tackle Dry Winter Skin

Diana Bell-Heather   |   31 - 10 - 2018

Sisley Paris

La Mer

Kat Burki

Kiehl's

Dr Sebagh

Uma

Sarah Chapman

Aesop

Erno Laszlo

African Botanics

Aerin Beauty

Chanel

Dior

Eve Lom

Charlotte Tilbury

Bobbi Brown

Sisley Paris

Velvet Nourishing Cream.

La Mer

The Concentrate.

Kat Burki

Super Nutrient Elixir.

Kiehl's

Ultra facial cream.

Dr Sebagh

Rose de Vie Hydrating Mask.

Uma

Ultimate Brightening Rose Toner.

Sarah Chapman

Intense Hydrating Booster.

Aesop

Blue Chamomile Facial Hydrating Masque.

Erno Laszlo

Hydra-Therapy Memory Sleep Mask.

African Botanics

Rose Treatment Essence.

Aerin Beauty

Rose Night Table Cream and Overnight Mask.

Chanel

Hydra beauty micro serum.

Dior

Capture Youth glow booster serum.

Eve Lom

Balm cleanser.

Charlotte Tilbury

Instant Magic Facial Dry Sheet Mask.

Bobbi Brown

No.57 Skin Salve Restoring Treatment.

We may never have to deal with sub-zero temperatures in Dubai, but any shift in weather can have an affect your skin.

 

Dry and flaky complexion is one of the biggest complaints during the winter months, but team a&e is on hand to help you find products that’ll give you all the hydration, nourishment, and the protection you need.

 

The trick is to start preparing your skin as early as possible for the temperature drop by adding deeply nourishing creams, sheet masks and serums. Switching from a lighter to a thicker cream formula is a fundamental step and we are currently testing the Sisley Velvet Nourishing Cream with Saffron. Its 2-in-1 formula is capable of protecting by day and repairing by night while targeting all that factors that contribute to skin dryness.

 

Certain foam cleansers can be harsh on the skin making it feel tight and uncomfortable. Try swapping in a balm instead that effectively removes any impurities while keeping most of your natural skin oils intact.

 

If you are going to prioratise, focus more on the night time routine to guarantee a glowing complexion by morning. Bedtime is also the best time to introduce and oil or serum and use gentle hand movements to massage the products into your skin. You’ll feel extra relaxed while the ingredients are activated. You don’t have to change up your serum for winter, but if you feel your skin needs extra love, use a few drops of Vitamin C or E with your moisturiser.

 

Dry air might put you off exfoliating, but its one of the best ways to achieve a brighter complexion. The important thing is to avoid exfoliators with very hard beads and only use it one or two times a week. Follow this with a night mask containing calming ingredients that tackle redness and irritation, resulting in a fresh-faced skin by the time your morning alarm goes off.

 

Your hydrated and glowing complexion is just a few clicks away with our ultimate dry skin beauty edit above.