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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Your Skin Forecast

When temperatures become cooler, the moisture level in your skin also drops, disrupting its natural balance. This results to a flare-up on your face.

According to Doris Day, -dermatologist in NYC, pare down to a bare-bones skin-care regimen - a gentle cleanser and fragrance free moisturizer, and don't pick irritated areas.
Instead, calm the inflammation with an over-the-counter cortisone cream (like Cortizone-10).

Use extra moisturizer to soothe and rehydrate at night. Use the one that has hyaluronic acid which provides lots of moisture but won't clog pores.