Winter Lifestyle Tips
- Eat nutrient-rich foods and drink plenty of water to support skin health.
- Avoid hot showers that draw moisture from the skin.
- Lower the indoor temperature to help prevent a drying effect on the skin from extreme temperature differences between inside and outside.
- Consider adding a humidifier to your home to help regulate moisture levels to keep skin balances.
- Wear sunscreen daily.
What is Winter Itch?
Dry, cold weather can lead to dehydration and fracturing of the staturn corneum barrier (outermost layer of the epidermis, consisting of dead cells). The continued drop in temperatures and humidity creates more aggravation of the skin, which becomes "winter itch". This is typically experienced on the hands, feet, legs and lower back. Treating winter itch daily with anti-inflammatory and barrier repairing products from Epionce heals and protects the skin from future damage for beautiful healthy looking skin.
We recommend Extreme Barrier Cream ( $48 for 6.8 oz.) and Intensive Nourishing Cream ($108 for 1.7 oz).