As we shift from summer to fall and winter, the days get shorter, weather start to get breezier and temperature and humidity will drop quickly. All of these environmental changes directly effect on our skin.
Late research in the “British Journal of Dermatology” found that climatic elements can possibly impact skin wellbeing. Regardless of whether it’s cold and dry or hot and moist, a region’s atmosphere can truly influence the skin all over your body, causing everything from skin break out breakouts to irritated dry patches. Limits in climate, both hot and cold, can exacerbate some current skin conditions or even reason new ones.
Researches show clearly that the skin condition change in cold weather. Both children and adults suffer from red cheeks in the colder weather and even develop skin conditions such as eczema and rosacea, the level of moisture drop in our skin and we see some textural change in our skin. Now the question is that “is your skin ready for the cold season?” In order to get ready for this transition, first, we need to make some changes in our skincare routine and make them more intense for winter. We tell our patients to change their products before the weather changes and the best time is when you change your clocks for Daylight Saving Time. On the other hand, receiving proper skin treatments make this transition easier for our skin.
At golden pulse laser clinic, we give you a complimentary consultation to help you to find the best way to adjust your skin with this seasonal transition.
For more information contact us at Golden Pulse Clinic.