You might notice that as soon as the temperature drops, your skin is a little drier. Well, you’re not alone. Seasonal dryness is very common in the fall and winter months.
The colder weather usually means less moisture in the air, which means less moisture for your skin. Combined with windy days and central heating, fall weather can lead to dry and irritated skin.
Thankfully, there are some straightforward adjustments you can make, starting with your moisturizer.