“With a change in season comes a different temperature, humidity, wind and UV exposure which can all affect changes which the body needs to respond to. Modern lifestyles with holidays and business trips to exotic destinations brings further dramatic fluctuations that the skin is constantly having to adapt to.”
When the seasons change, there are fluctuations in temperature and humidity. As the seasons change from summer to autumn, the air becomes cooler and drier. This pattern continues as the seasons change from autumn to winter; the impacts are often magnified by frigid temperatures and cutting wind. Through it all, your skin is always trying to remain hydrated, a challenge that becomes more difficult as the seasons progress. 18
However, outdoor weather isn’t the only dryness culprit. All the things we do to warm up when we get inside – turn up the heat, take a hot shower, etc. – may also cause dryness and irritation as well. As a result, you may notice your skin is flakier on your face and body and more prone to inflammation. Skin on hard-working and exposed areas, like your hands, may begin to crack. Your complexion may suffer the worst of it, though, as you apply more products and heavier makeup to conceal sudden spots and redness. 18
“With a change in season comes a different temperature, humidity, wind and UV exposure which can all affect.