1. Hydration – The first step to having healthy skin and can go a long way toward helping or hindering your skin’s ability to maintain water. If you drink plenty of water and eat hydrating foods, your skin cells will have a better shot at staying hydrated even in dry, low-humidity weather. Aim for at least eight glasses of H2O a day, plus 10 or more servings of fruits and vegetables.
  2. Moisturize – Make sure to moisturize regularly with some SPF lotion or creams that will keep your skin fresh. Minimize your exposure to depleting elements such as alcohol, long baths and harsh soaps that can strip the skin of natural oils. Natural is always best when choosing a cream product.
  3. Exfoliate- Dermatologists and estheticians agree that exfoliating twice a week is key when it comes to sloughing off dry, dead skin cells in order to reveal new, hydrated skin. This is especially true when the temperature soars.

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