Heal Dry Skin -- Quickly and Consistently

Heal Dry Skin -- Quickly and Consistently

It’s that time of year, where the weather drops to negative 50 degrees and winter boots and sweaters come out, snow falls, and unfortunately, our skin takes a turn for the worst. I’m pretty sure I’m not the only one who experiences this on a day to day basis, but cold weather means extremely dry skin for me. Severe dry skin causes include cold outdoor weather, indoor heating, and harsh winds. However, there are ways to heal dry skin quickly. 

From the worst dandruff, to peeling skin on my face, heels, etc. It’s the worst thing about the cold, and keeping a winter skincare routine is the only way I can treat my skin back to its healthy, glowing self. 


During the winter months, I sometimes wake up with a severely dry face, like I left a face mask on all-night kinda feeling. It’s the absolute worst, but my winter skincare routine really helps to minimize that super dry skin feeling, and keeps my skin healthy and maintains its natural glow. I like to use a face wash that’s thicker and more moisturizing with almond oil, or any sort of naturally hydrating products. I immediately go in with Hyaluronic Acid Serum and other facial oils that I’m loving, and this truly makes a difference. With consistency, the skin hydration is real, and hyaluronic acid has become my night and shining, skincare must have. 


For some reason, right when winter hits, my scalp decides to go haywire, and those annoying dry flakes start to appear. A lot of us reach for the typical drug store brand dandruff shampoos, but take it from me who has really gone through it, those are the absolute worst for your scalp! They might do the trick temporarily, but they do not heal your scalp from what it needs the most, moisture!

This is why we definitely recommend picking up a scalp mask, and putting in the effort with those stubborn flakes. The most effective remedies tend to be the most simple ones, and that includes coconut oil, apple cider vinegar masks, and other homemade hair masks. 

For stubborn dandruff, apply coconut oil throughout your scalp and add a teaspoon or so of apple cider vinegar (if you can stand the smell), let sit on your scalp for 20 minutes or so, and wash off with a simple, sulfate and paraben free shampoo. Dandruff shampoo brands like head and shoulders, are packed with sulfates, which dry out your scalp even further. 

We believe in all-natural, and it truly shows. With a little patience and dedication, heal your dry skin the natural way. 


Avoiding dry skin can be difficult since we don’t really get to decide how our skin reacts to changes in temperature. However, avoiding it naturally is the best way to go. Minimizing consumption of complicated products, with unpronounceable ingredients is best for your dry skin in the long run. Back then, our grandmas and aunties all took care of their skin with natural ingredients such as coconut oil, olive oil, yogurt, honey, and anti-inflammatory herbs such as turmeric. This way of natural living is the best kept secret to healthy skincare. 

Maintaining a natural skincare routine is best here, however when on the go I like to keep a facial mist or a fast acting oil based balm that can quickly treat any dry spots or peeling skin.


We mentioned a couple of our favorite winter skincare products throughout the article, however there are a few products we highly recommend trying out! Perfect for every skin type, these products will probably make you reconsider the drug store, or whatever fancy skincare purchases you’ve made. 

Marigold Body Balm - I’m gonna keep this one short and sweet. If you’re looking for a winter skincare essential, trust us when we say the combination of beeswax and the powerful blend of marigold (calendula), will make your skin glow. Not only does this product immediately treat any dry skin with the benefits of marigold skincare, it’s incredibly lightweight, all natural, and non-greasy. Check it out here and if you can pronounce all the ingredients, know that you’ll be doing your skin a favor. 


With all of that being said, I’d like to depart with saying true beauty comes from within. Yeah, I know it’s cheesy, but seriously you are what you eat. Focus on eating omega-3’s such as salmon, fatty fish, avocados, and chia seeds, and your dry skin will begin to look up over time. Additionally, avoiding any harmful skincare products (i.e drugstore products), will help with all natural healing. Consider products such as coconut oil, jojoba oil, and simple balms to be a part of your daily skincare routine. Dry skin sucks, but don’t let it stop you from living your best life!

We hope that you've learned how to treat dry skin and will feel more confident in your skincare routine when winter comes. Dry skin can be tough to combat, but with these skincare products, you'll see a difference in no time!

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