It seems that nearly nothing about the winter is good for your skin—not the cold, dry weather, not the sugary treats. But, unfavorable skin conditions do not mean you are destined to wear a dull complexion to your holiday parties. We have ten tips to keep your skin looking its best.
Tip #1: Change your cleanser
If you haven’t switched your summertime cleanser yet, do it now. Many cleansers well suited for increased Continue reading 10 Tips to Give Your Skin a Healthy Holiday Glow
Your closet isn’t the only thing that needs an overhaul as warmer temperatures move in. Your skincare products and practices need some freshening to keep your skin in optimal health.
Out with the Old
Do not be tempted to simply dig out last spring’s moisturizers and makeup palettes. Before you apply anything to your face, check the date. If it’s older than six months, toss it. While old skincare products look perfectly fine, they are likely teeming with bacteria. Products formulated for your face have a pH level similar to your sk
in, so any bacteria that lived on your face is living in your old skincare products. Yuck. Continue reading Turning Over a New Leaf: Transitioning from Winter to Spring Skincare
Spring is still weeks away, and for some parts of the country, springtime temperatures is months away. That means you still need to be adhering to good winter skincare practices. Make sure to follow these top five tips for optimal skin health for the duration of winter. Continue reading Top 5 Winter Skincare Tips
Most people think of fall as a time to settle in, hunker down and just make due until the warmer temperatures of spring return. While the hustle and bustle of the approaching holiday season can keep you busy, it can also keep you at the bottom of your priority list.
At Hale Cosmeceuticals, we think fall is an opportunity for change! We believe that by changing your skincare regime you can not only Continue reading Revitalize Your Skincare, Revitalize Your Life!
As Old Man winter sets in, so comes the harsh weather. The dry, frigid climate can have a major impact on the sensitive skin of your lips. Many people feel like they simply have to put up with chapped lips throughout the winter months. However, there are some easy ways to combat this problem.
What Causes Chapped Lips During Winter?
Unlike the rest of your skin, there are few moisturizing oil glands on your lips. In fact, your lips are covered by some of the thinnest skin on your body. With less protection, this area is Continue reading Winter Lip Protection
The crisp autumn air is usually a harbinger of what is to come—cold, dry winter air, and with it, dry skin. Believe it or not, increased dryness may actually be the cause of oily skin in winter. Continue reading Why Is My Skin Oily in Winter?