Skin Care by Season: Our Quarterly Guide

2nd Dec 2019

Looking for a summer skin care regimen to get you through those hot, sunny months? What about a seasonal skin care routine that will address your skin concerns during the thick of winter? Salameh Skin Care is here to help, with tailored recommendations that will help you achieve a beautiful, glowing complexion every day of the year.

While it may be tempting to fall into a one-size-fits-all skin care routine once we find something that works, the reality is that our skin and our skin care needs change throughout the year. Learn our top tips for summer skin care and beyond with medical-grade products that truly get results.

Summer Skin Care

In the summer, the temptation is often to soak up as much sun as possible and enjoy those long, warm days, but we all know by now that sun damage is a major factor in premature aging. Your summer skin care regimen should be aimed at mitigating potential damage from sun exposure and offering your skin a much-needed hydration boost, as extreme temperatures and sun exposure can be drying or cause our oil production glands to go into overdrive.

Sun Protection is Key

In order to stay safe and prevent future signs of aging, you’ll want to invest in a  daily moisturizer with superior ingredients that offers at least SPF 30. For serious summer skin care, medical-grade moisturizers will not only keep sun damage at bay, but will offer carefully formulated emollient properties to help that summer skin feel smooth and soft. You can also opt for a tinted moisturizer, which adds some nice coverage while still feeling light and non-greasy for those scorching summer afternoons.


Getting that Healthy Glow

Another problem many people experience during the summer months is an increase in shine, particularly in our t-zones, thanks to increased sweat and oil production. Keep oil slicks at bay and remove sweat and debris from your pores with a gentle yet effective  everyday cleanser to keep your skin fresh.

Fall Skin Care

Even if you were meticulous about those SPFs during your summer skin care routine, fall is a great time to hit the reset button when it comes to your complexion. Chances are you’ve got a little more time on your hands once the weather turns cooler, so why not use some of those hours to pamper yourself with medical-grade seasonal skin care products that will help you look and feel your best?

Double Down on Anti-Aging Benefits

Fall is a great time to mix things up from your summer skin care routine and add some new anti-aging products into your regimen. Combat pigmentation with a  dark spot eraser that will brighten your complexion and improve texture.

Boost Your Skin with Supplements As the days get shorter and darker, you can keep your skin looking bright from the inside out. Consider adding  beauty supplements to your seasonal skin care routine. You’ll notice your skin looks and feels better, and that your hair and nails are healthier and shinier—the perfect boost as you transition from a summer skin care routine into the autumn season.

Winter Skin Care

Like summer skin care, winter seasonal skin care is all about keeping skin protected and hydrated in the face of intense weather. Put a premium on moisturizing your skin: dry, irritated skin not only feels uncomfortable and tight, but can also exacerbate many common skin issues like redness and fine lines.

Focus on Repair

Winter is a great time to use intense anti-aging treatments and truly pamper your skin. Consider stocking up on an  anti-aging serum replete with botanical ingredients, heavy-duty antioxidants, and other complexion-boosting benefits as a way to boost collagen production, fill in fine lines, and even protect against future damage.

Invest in Maintenance

Wintertime can leave your skin overly dry and feeling rough, particularly after exposure to cold and wind. Buff away flakes and dry patches with a serious exfoliator designed to mimic the best medical spa treatments, then finish with a smoothing moisturizer to lock in benefits.

Spring Skin Care 

Build up a good base for your summer skin care routine with a springtime regimen aimed at rejuvenation. You won’t need to break out the heavy-duty moisturizers just yet, so take this time to focus on products that restore your skin’s balance.

Lighten Up Your Routine

For springtime, choose moisturizing products that offer hydrating benefits but that won’t weigh you down and feel too greasy. This can be a great time to opt for a hydrating treatment to use in tandem with your daily moisturizer, such as this bestselling  Hyaluronic Acid treatment that will promote suppleness but won’t feel super heavy.

Repair and Restore

Pamper your skin in the springtime in advance of the drying summer elements. Using a  toner as a part of your morning and evening routine will offer increased cleansing power and prime your skin to retain moisture before you apply your favorite creams and serums. Follow up with a nutrient-dense vitamin treatment that fights oxidation and will have you glowing in no time.

Discover Medical-Grade Skin Care for All Seasons

At Salameh Skin Care we offer medical-grade products for summer skin care, winter skin care, and everything in between. Let us help you create a customized skin regimen just for you. Shop according to your specific skin concerns, like  sun damagerednesscombination skinanti-aging, and more to find personalized products formulated with the finest ingredients and designed to work for you.

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