When we think of cold weather affecting skin, we think of dry skin—rosacea, chapping, and the like. But what about blemish-prone skin during cold weather? Those with problem skin often experience worse breakouts during winter without ever knowing why. Well, we’re here to explain why breakouts can be worse during winter, and what to do about it! The first reason is somewhat obvious: temperature. Cold … Continue reading Blemish-Prone Skin Care Tips for Cold Weather
Skin chapping and excessive irritation is much more common during winter thanks to harsh weather, outside activities, hot water, and even indoor heating! If your skin is acting up this winter, we have the Korean skin care tips you’ve been looking for. Step one is to remember to hydrate! It’s easy to remember to drink water during summer when the weather keeps you feeling thirsty, but … Continue reading Korean Skin Care for Chapped Winter Skin
Fall winds and winter cold take their toll on all skin types, but especially on dry and sensitive skin. Even the things we use to combat cold weather—heaters and hot water—further strip skin of its natural oils, thereby exacerbating dry skin conditions like rosacea and eczema. If your normal ATOPALM regimen is leaving your skin feeling dry or uncomfortable midday, it’s time to add in an ATOPALM mist to … Continue reading Dry Skin Care Tips for Harsh Weather
Eczema sufferers see flare-ups all year long, but fall and winter throw some extra eczema triggers into the mix. If you’re seeing increased eczema during colder months, follow our simple eczema tips for keeping your skin healthy and comfortable all season long. Cool Off Heaters and hot water can worsen eczema flare-ups. Whether you’re cranking up the heat in your car or using a space heater under your desk, or you’re … Continue reading Eczema Awareness Month with ATOPALM
Eczema flare-ups can happen any time of year, but fall and winter throw some extra eczema triggers into the mix. If you’re struggling with keeping your skin calm and comfortable as the weather cools, follow these helpful tips for restoring health to your eczema-prone skin. Turn Down the Temp Indoor heating and hot water can both trigger eczema flare-ups. These sources of heat over-dry the skin and … Continue reading Dealing With Eczema in Fall and Winter
Fall and winter are tough on hands. Frequent hand washing is a must for staying healthy during cold and flu season, but it also can also lead to super dry hands! Don’t let your hands become dry, rough, cracked, and painful. Instead, keep them smooth, comfy, and beautiful by following our must-know cold weather skin care tips for hands. First, wash hands in tepid, not hot, water. This … Continue reading Wave Goodbye to Dry Hands (and Feet) Today!
Temperatures are dropping, and chances are your skin is starting to feel the changing weather. Have you ever wondered why cold weather hurts dry skin? If your skin gets tight, itchy, scaly, and prone to cracks during fall and winter, these skin care tips are for you! Why Does Cold Weather Hurt My Skin? Before we take a look at how to treat dry skin in cold weather, let us … Continue reading Why Does Cold Weather Hurt My Skin?
Welcome to the final week of our Deal of the Week event! We’ve enjoyed sharing some of our favorite products at a great discount, but all good things must come to an end. Be sure to use code ZEROSHIP at checkout for free shipping, and keep following us to see our future deals and steals. The Deal of the Week is a personal favorite: Moisturizing Hand Treatment. Lightweight yet … Continue reading Deal of the Week: Moisturizing Hand Treatment
The skin disorder known as psoriasis is a rashy, unsightly skin condition experienced by 2-3% of the world’s population. We’ve talked before on how to treat psoriasis in general, but today we’re going to look at how to treat body psoriasis. Psoriasis mainly affects the scalp, elbows, and knees. For some people, larger areas of the body are affected, including the back, legs, and arms. Sometimes, those who experience … Continue reading Treating Body Psoriasis
Any eczema sufferer can tell you that winter weather is eczema’s worst enemy. Decreased humidity, wind, low temperatures, rain, and central heating can all worsen eczema-prone skin. If you’re suffering from a winter flare-up of eczema, try these winter skin care tips designed especially to soothe and comfort eczema-prone skin. Be fragrance-free Those with eczema should always stay away from fragrances, colorants, and other additives. … Continue reading Winter Skin Care Tips for Eczema