Tip of the Day: 26.02.2015
If you have dry winter skin, facialist Alexandra Soveral also recommends adjusting the humidity levels at home. 'Turning on radiators in your house or office decreases the level of humidity in the air. This dries the outer layer of the skin and blocks the oil-producing sebaceous glands beneath it, causing dry skin and breakouts. Leave windows open during the day so that the more humid air comes in, place a bowl of water by a radiator or a wet towel on top of it, or invest in a humidifier.'