Tag Archives | Dry Skin

Health Magazine

7 Super-Moisturizing Honey Beauty Products for Your Skin and Hair

by Kristin Canning view feature on Health.com These sweet honey products are packed with enzymes that help keep pores clean of dirt and oil. The sweet stuff has been used in beauty routines since ancient times, and for good reason. “Anyone will benefit from implementing honey into their routine because of its antibacterial and moisturizing […]

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Better Homes and Gardens

Skin Care Tips for Cold Weather

by Ayren Jackson-Cannady view feature on BHG.com There’s more to protecting your skin in cold weather than wrapping it in layers of wool and knits. Here’s how to have smooth, soft skin no matter how many blizzard warnings you get. Cold to the bone, eh? Imagine what those icy outdoor temps can do to your […]

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Men's Health

6 Small Skin Problems That Can Signal a Major Problem

by Meghan Rabbitt view feature on Mens’ Health.com If you suddenly sprouted a big, black mole, or couldn’t kick an itchy rash after a few days, you’d make an appointment with a dermatologist. But not all skin problems are as obvious. In fact, some that seem like no big deal might actually signal some pretty […]

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Consumer Reports

How to Prevent Dry Skin This Winter

by Catherine Roberts view feature on ConsumerReports.org Strategies for keeping your skin soft and supple, plus what to look for in a moisturizer. Yes, it’s cold outside. But freezing temperatures aren’t the only cause for the itchy, flaky dry skin you’re experiencing underneath all those layers of clothes. Also responsible is the heated—and dry—air in our […]

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Health January 2017 cover

Gorgeous Skin All Winter

by Ellen Seidman download feature as PDF view feature on Health.com Don’t let the cold, dry temps take a toll on your face and body. From gentle cleansers to the richest moisturizers, here’s what really works. How to get rid of dry winter skin Dry winter skin, be gone! Below-zero temps outside and dry indoor […]

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Muscle & Fitness

How to keep your skin soft and smooth this winter

by Celia Shatzman view feature on MuscleandFitness.com Cold temperatures can suck the moisture out of your skin, but these tricks will soften the scaliest spots. SMOOTH OPERATOR Hitting the slopes, going for a brisk run, taking a spin on the ice rink – there are plenty of things to love about winter, but what it […]

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Reader's Digest

8 Things That Dermatologists Do Every Fall That You Don’t

by Gabrielle Sorto view feature on rd.com The fall season means pumpkin-flavored everything, football, flannels, hayrides—and dry skin. Here are skin-care tips from dermatologists to protect your skin during the fall. They exfoliate a little less When your skin begins to get flaky, you may be inclined to exfoliate. Exfoliating every so often is fine, […]

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Vogue

Why Your Next Moisturizer Should Be a Gel

by Jolene Edgar view article on Vogue.com Gel moisturizers have long had an image problem. Known more for what they lack—potentially pore-clogging oil—than what they could possibly provide, they’ve been relegated to the troubled-skin realm for years. “We always steered those with sensitive or dry skin away from gels, because they were stripping and better […]

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Vogue

The 6 Best Moisturizing Foundations for Dry Winter Skin

by Jolene Edgar view article on Vogue.com The best foundations are a bit like the perfect winter sweater: They add comfort without weight; they cover flawlessly, smoothing as they go; and no matter how we layer them, they refuse to shed or wear thin. What more could one ask for? Moisture. And lots of it. […]

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New York Magazine The Cut

How Do I Get Rid of My Winter Chicken Skin?

by Kathleen Hou view article on NYMag.com Because there’s no such thing as a dumb beauty question, we’re reviving our beauty Q&A series. Question: I have chicken skin that becomes worse in winter. How do I treat it without using expensive creams? Answer: Exfoliating and moisturizing is the Windex of the beauty world — an all-purpose solution. Why […]

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