Six Tips for Naturally Winter-Proofing Your Beauty Routine

October 11, 2012 8:24 PM

Six Tips for Naturally Winter-Proofing Your Beauty Routine

" Twinkling white snow may be pretty enough to look at, but its effect on your skin is anything but. Between the cold temperatures, dry air and indoor heating, adjusting your beauty regime is a must if you want to beat the winter skin woes.

Thankfully, natural beauty expert Jessa Blades of Blades Natural Beauty  knows just what to do to winter-proof your skincare regime—as well as your makeup bag. Here, she spills six can't-miss tips for getting through the chilly season looking like your usual glowy self.

1. Switch to Heavier Products. "Indoor heat, wind and cold temperatures are really hard on our skin. Look for really rich projects like body butter, face balms and oils to really hydrate and heal your winter scales."

2. Go on a Skin Diet. "Be sure to get a good dose of healthy oils through your diet—eat another avocado, and drizzle some more olive oil on your salad."

3. Winter Glow. "Bronzer is a great way to extend our summer tan and help brighten up any winter complexion. Be sure to choose a neutral brown color and avoid one that is too sparkly "

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