Healing Dry Skin In The Winter

Healing Dry Skin In The Winter

Dry skin in the winter is the worst. If you’re anything like me you’re dealing with red spots, eczema, and all sorts of feeling uncomfortable. It’s not fun! Healing dry skin in the winter is difficult but it can be done. The key is to be consistent with applying the products and having a humidifier at night.

I’ve been using the Aveeno Eczema Cream for over a year now and I only use it on my eczema spots. It’s formulated with colloidal oatmeal to soothe and hydrate those areas. It’s thicker than a normal cream and has a little bit of a sticky vaseline feeling to it. I don’t use it all over my body because of that but it’s my go to for any inflamed area on my skin.

As a general body moisturizer I’ve been loving the Aveeno Skin Relief Lotion. The name drew me in because it says it relieves itchy extra dry skin and moisturizes for 24 hours. It’s like the lotion gods spoke to me! I’ve had it for almost a month now and have been using it twice a day, morning and night. I’ve noticed an incredible difference with these two products and am glad to have gotten my skin under control. If you’re struggling with the same seriously dry skin as I am, go check them out!

Another part of healing dry skin in the winter is bringing back humidity into the air. My husband got me a small travel size humidifier a few years ago and I set that up right next to my nightstand before I go to bed. I want to get a bigger one for the whole room but for right now it does the job. Mine is a cool air mist but it doesn’t feel cold by any means. I haven’t decided on a full size humidifier yet so please leave me any suggestions below if you know of one that you love.

Finding the right products and healing your skin in the winter can be a process but with these two Aveeno products and a humidifier you’ll be all set to brave any winter.