What impact do these cold temperatures have on your skin. This is described in the blog below. We also give 5 tips so you can prevent dry skin this winter.
What is different in the winter
A part from the fact that the temperature decreases during the winter, the humidity is also a lot lower. This makes your skin dry out a lot faster.
Your body also functions less well at low temperatures. This also applies to your skin. The sebaceous glands produce less sebum (skin fat) at low temperatures. Tallow provides a protective layer on the skin. Because less sebum is produced the skin is protected less. This can cause more dry skin and skin irritation. Continue reading “The Impact of Winter on the Skin”