The Essential Skin Care Products You Need This Winter

8th Jan 2021

a woman in a spa with snowflakes

Winter skin care is special. Winter weather may be full of snow, but it’s dry as can be. All that dryness affects your skin. The cold temperatures pull the moisture right out of your skin, leaving it dry, flaky, and dull. You can look tired and lackluster even if you feel fantastic. That’s why winter skin care for your face is essential. Salameh Skin Care has put together a list of can’t-miss products that will allow you to baby your skin all winter long.

A Cold-Weather Moisturizer

The moisturizer that you use in spring and summer probably isn’t right for the chilly temperatures of fall and winter. Remember, the cold will dry out your skin in an instant. The same goes for the heat you use to warm your home, whether you have a wood-burning stove, gas, or oil. Between the cold air outside and the warm air inside, you run the risk of having all the moisture leached out of your skin.

Rather than going through the entire season with dull, lackluster skin, simply choose a moisturizer that packs a punch. We recommend shopping for a moisturizer that contains hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a winter skin care must-have because it helps to hydrate your skin. It pulls moisturizing molecules straight into your skin to ensure that it’s always plump and hydrated with a protective barrier to keep it in place. You can officially say good-bye to dry, tight skin that feels painful and looks flaky.

A PH Balancing Toner

There’s no such thing as too much care for your skin. You need winter skin care for your face that keeps your skin nourished all the way until April. A PH Balancing Toner that you can use daily is just the thing. Our toner gently exfoliates and neutralizes the skin, which improves your skin’s texture. It also hydrates your skin and calms it, which is especially important in the harsh winter months, as the cold air sucks moisture from your skin and dries it out. A toner will sweep your skin clean of oil, makeup, and even pollution that finds its way to your pores. And lastly, it makes sure your skin is prepped for moisturizer or any other treatment you plan to apply to your face.

A Top-Notch Exfoliator

You can’t rely solely on face masks to get rid of debris and dead skin cells. Another essential aspect of winter skin care is an excellent exfoliating product. When you exfoliate your skin, you clean out your clogged pores. Exfoliants can get in deep, drawing out makeup residue, heat residue, and much more. They will also buff your skin to give you an enviable glow. Just make sure that you choose something that’s gentle on your skin. You don’t want to scrub your skin with anything that’s too abrasive. In the winter, especially, it’s also a good idea to stick with nourishing products. Stay away from exfoliants that may leave your skin dry and irritated. The winter weather is hard enough to combat. You don’t need skin care products that further dry out your skin.

A Night Cream

bottles of moisturizer

Winter skin care for your face can be more involved than it is in any other season. You may be able to get away with skipping a night cream in summer when the humidity helps to keep your skin dewy. There’s no such help in winter. Applying a night cream before bed gives your skin another layer of hydration, plus it can help your skin to heal and replenish itself while you rest.


Sunscreen doesn’t seem like a winter skin care must-have. After all, so many winter days are cloudy, cold, and grey. As mentioned, the sun is still up there behind the clouds. It can be just as damaging in winter as it is in summer. Never go outside without applying SPF. You can choose a full sunscreen or pick out a moisturizer that contains SPF.

What are some of your winter skin care essentials? Shop for your favorites at Salameh Skin Care.

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