The Best Skincare Routine for Winter Weather - The Ciminelli Solution

Because Winter Weather is Hard on Your Skin, Use These Skincare Tips to Protect It.

Winter is fast approaching. What does this mean for you and your skin? Dry, flaky, itchy skin with patches of redness and blotchy bumps prevails. This does not have to be the norm if you use the correct skincare routine day and night. 

An excellent winter skincare routine starts with your cleanser. This is the time of year when the Cleansing Milk I created can and should be used both morning and evening because it not only cleanses the skin thoroughly, it also soothes and protects it as well. 

If you have dry, flaky skin, follow the Cleansing Milk with Algae Deep Cleanse to naturally dissolve the dead skin, minimize pores and refine the complexion. 

It helps to minimize fine lines and wrinkles on your face and neck. Also, this skincare routine reveals your true baby-soft skin beneath. 

Avoid Cold Weather Temptation to Use Hot Water During Skincare Cleansing

Hot water is for cooking. Avoid using hot water while showering or washing your face. It dehydrates your skin and also breaks your capillaries as it damages your skin's surface.

It is not suitable for your facial muscles because it causes them to lose tone. 

Instead, applying gentle warm water to wash and cool to rinse is better for both skin and muscles. 

Stop Using Chemical Soaps in Your Skincare Routine During Winter Months

Soap is marketed using impressions of cleanliness, lightness, health, and beauty, but the truth is that most bar and bottled liquid soap works against your beauty ritual. This is especially important considering how both cold winter weather and soap chemicals dry your skin. 

Using the typical bar and even the wrong liquid soaps also creates soap scum build-up in your sink, bathtub, and shower. 

That residue, to which you have to apply harsh chemicals in order to scrub off your shower and bath surfaces, also ends up on your skin, and you are certainly not going to take a bristle brush to yourself, right? 

So, skip the soap and, instead, use a gel cleanser on your body because it is healthier and better for your skin.

Soothing Your Skin from the Signs of Winter Weather Damage 

Make sure you use a body lotion or body butter after each shower or bath. If you are not showering every day (which you should), make sure you moisturize your body anyway. This helps relieve itching and flaking skin.

Try to avoid wearing polyester clothing. Opt for natural fibers instead. It allows your skin to breathe and is better for the environment as well.

A Natural, Healthy, Holistic Winter Skincare Routine to Keep Skin Moist, Supple, Glowing

As always, when using my Cleansing Milk it is crucial to use a warm, damp, and clean washcloth to remove it. Then rinse well with cool water. Use the Algae Deep Cleanse afterward to literally melt away dry, dead skin cells. Just take a 1/4 of a teaspoon of the Algae Deep Cleanse and work it into your wet face; add warm water repeatedly and just keep massaging it into your skin, around your eyes, and mouth to remove fine lines and wrinkles as well. Rinse with cool water. 

If you follow that using the Susan Ciminelli Trilogy, before your moisturizer day and night, this will keep you hydrated all day and night. 

The best essential oil to use in the winter months is the Sensitive Skin Formula to protect your capillaries and keep them from breaking as well as hydrate your skin. 

The Marine Lotion is a unique serum that is full of nourishing essential oils and marine extracts that are perfect for anti-aging. The Seawater is loaded with nourishing, anti-aging, anti-inflammatory ingredients that help lock in moisture as well as stimulate collagen production. 

Follow with my Calming Cream for day, and my Restorative Red Marine Algae Cream for best results during the cold winter months. As always, top off with the anti-aging Eye and Wrinkle Cream around your eye area and above your lip. All products should also be used on your neck as well. 

Eating Your Way to Healthy, Beautiful Skin During Winter Months

Eating foods that contain omega-3 fatty acids and healthy fats is a great idea in the winter. 

Make sure to include top-quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil, avocados, wild salmon, mackerel, sardines, almonds, macadamia nuts, pistachios, and full-fat Greek yogurt. 

It is essential to keep hydrated as well. Remember, drinking any kind of soda will prematurely age you and exacerbate your skin problems. You only have one body in this lifetime. Make sure you cherish it from the inside as well as externally. You will be glad you did.

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