Drink plenty of water to keep your skin hydrated from the inside out.
Use a gentle, fragrance-free moisturizer to keep your skin hydrated. Look for ingredients like hyaluronic acid or glycerin.
Wear a scarf or a face mask to protect your skin from harsh winds and cold temperatures.
Use a mild, hydrating cleanser to avoid stripping your skin of its natural oils.
Hot water can further dry out your skin. Stick to lukewarm water when washing your face.
Indoor heating can be drying. Adding a humidifier to your living space can help maintain moisture levels in the air.
Look for serums containing soothing ingredients like chamomile, aloe vera, or green tea to calm redness.
Apply a cold compress or a chilled gel mask to constrict blood vessels and reduce redness.
Use a color-correcting concealer with a green or yellow undertone to neutralize redness. Apply it sparingly over the affected areas.
Even in winter, protect your skin from UV rays by using a broad-spectrum sunscreen. Sun exposure can exacerbate redness and irritation.