Region by region dictates that winter brings on intense changes, especially in fashion and workouts. Cold necessity dictates that.
The latter being done mostly indoors.
As reported by Yahoo Finance on November 30, 2019, “The National Weather Service expects significant travel impacts across wide swaths of the U.S. this weekend as the storm is chased by a second weather system. Parts of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut are under a winter storm watch starting Sunday morning. New York City officials braced for messy roads Sunday and Monday.”
As severe as those winter storms can be, they are mostly to be expected.
That’s why we have sweaters and thick coats in retail stores and plenty of fans and heat in fitness gyms.
What about your skin? Do you believe it functions the same during the various seasons of the year? It surely is affected by the cold as well.
The team at dermalogica.com educates, “The harsh weather can strip the skin’s natural protective barrier, creating gaps in the outer most layer, allowing water to escape (dehydration) and irritants to get in (sensitivity).”
Good to know. We felt that but it is always helpful when someone says it simply in words.
The respected health information source simpleskincare.com adds, “Our skin’s natural barrier does a great job of keeping moisture in and irritants out, but harsh winds can strip vital water from the skin, weakening the barrier. When upset, our skin cells are programmed to react—say hello to sensitive, dry, red or irritated skin.”
That being the case, just as we change fitness habits and clothing attire during the winter, what habits do we need to change or alter regarding our skin during the winter?
Media outlets have provided us with a suggestion.
We can turn to Milly Almodovar, a former Senior Beauty Editor, on-air beauty expert and tech lover for some advice.
As you view her resume you can see that she has appeared on one major television news and magazine program after another as well as talk shows promoting her brand and providing sound advice on various subjects related to skin and beauty.
When she was an Editor at Cosmo, Milly was responsible for producing 19 pages of beauty per issue.
She also covered press events to learn about the latest and greatest products out on the market. Too, Milly gave dynamic presentations on the power of the Latin market to beauty industry executives and advertisers around the country.
“People are like stained – glass windows. They sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in, their true beauty is revealed only if there is a light from within.”… Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
Very impressive life and business experiences.
There’s much more.
Milly has appeared on The Today Show, Wendy Williams Show and the Steve Harvey Show to name a few. They loved to turn to her for advice.
Now that winter is here, we can certainly use some of her advice as well.
Please read, enjoy and be educated about enhancing your skin during the winter months.
Above all, please stay warm.
Beauty Tips for Changing Seasons From Milly Almodovar on Tips on TV Blog
Fashion-Beauty Expert Shares Timely Tips for Determining the Style
ATLANTA, Nov. 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Beauty expert Milly Almodovar shared some advice for winter beauty on Tips on TV.
As the seasons change, it means dryer scalp and challenges for hair. It is important to spend a little more time treating your hair and choosing a good shampoo and conditioner. One recommendation, Maui Moisture Heal & Hydrate + Shea Butter Hair Mask, known for its aloe vera-based formula, is unlike any hair products on the market. The aloe vera provides that extra hydration to hair, which it needs this time of year. Creamy shea butter is whipped into this hydrating, deep-conditioning mask, along with rich coconut and macadamia oils, to help deeply quench and soften hair. With a range of shampoos and conditioners for all hair types, Maui Moisture costs just under $10 and can be found at local drug stores. mauimoisture.com
When the weather changes, people are indoors more and the heat can really affect skin, so it is important to choose the right moisturizer. Olay’s Retinol24 Night collection includes a fragrance-free moisturizer, serum and eye cream. It’s designed in three forms to make it easier to find the perfect place in your daily skincare routine, and it is formulated to hydrate for 24 hours with virtually no irritation to give you smooth, bright skin for a visible transformation in 28 days. And it works for more than just wrinkles; formulated with two types of retinol, as well as Vitamin B3 and peptides, it reduces the visibility of pores and helps with dull skin. More than 50% of women who have used retinol gave up after less than one month. The reasons why they quit: too expensive, irritation, or they didn’t see results. This is why Olay’s Retinol24 formula is optimized for potency and skin penetration. olay.com
The wintertime can be stressful; prioritize health and well-being and balance overall. Combat the stress of the holidays with Social CBD Gel Capsules. The Balance Formula is made with high-quality, lab-tested, hemp-derived CBD extracts. Social CBD’s Gel Caps can reconnect and re-establish equilibrium among mind, body and soul. Be balanced to take on winter and holiday festivities joyfully. The best part, Social CBD is available at over 10,000 stores nationwide, including CVS and Walgreens, so no need to wait for Santa to start finding balance this holiday season! thesocialcbd.com
Stop Aging Now, known for their high-quality, research-backed health supplements, has a collagen powder called Collagen360, the perfect product to keep looking the best. Skin naturally contains collagen that acts like scaffolding, holding everything up. But it breaks down over time, causing wrinkles. Collagan360 gives back that scaffolding to smooth out wrinkles and fine lines. Made with clinically studied collagen peptides, it can be mixed into anything, like a morning cup of coffee. It has no flavor and dissolves completely. stopagingnow.com
Beauty Tips for Changing Seasons from Milly Almodovar
Fashion and Beauty from Milly.
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