Tips for winter-proofing your skin

Dr. Tess Mauricio shows you how to update your skincare regimen for winter, how to hydrate your skin, and what you can do to treat fine lines and wrinkles.
4:32 | 12/01/20

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The temperatures are dropping as we head into winter, and our skin is feeling the effects. Do I look different to you? I don't know what the right answer is. You look fabulous, T.J. All right, whether your skin is extra dry or you're discovering new fine lines and wrinkles, unlike T.J., the truth is finding a skincare routine that works for you can be a lot of trial and error. So here to help us winter proof our skin care is ABC news contributor, Alicia Quarles. Hi, Alicia. That's right, Amy, and T.J., I don't know about you all but I'm always on the hunt for products to help my skin and thanks to our sponsor, no. 7 we have easy tips to super charge your skin care regimen. Doctor, the seasons have changed. It's winter, should we be changing our skin care routine and what should we be using? Well, you know, you don't need to do a dramatic overhaul and add lots of new things, you can keep your routine simple but add a few little tweaks to adjust to the change in the weather, so let's start with cleansers. If you're still using gel cleansers, you have to be careful with that. You may want to switch to a gentle, cream cleanser, so that you're not getting too dry or getting irritated and stay away from soap and just use soap-free cleansers. And thoisturizers. If you're still using your lighter moisturizer, you may want to switch to a richer, cream moisturizer. That contains specific ingredients like fatty acids and ceramides, and you may need to use your moisturizer more than twice a day if you feel like your skin needs it, and finally, exfoliation. In the wintertime you still need to exfoliate because when you have dead, dry skin, the products that you're applying like your moisturizer and serum, don't penetrate the skin well enough, but just be careful not to use your harsh physical exfoliants like scrubs. And another thing we have to be more focused on, how we look on the never ending zoom meetings. It's easy to start noticing the fine lines and wrinkles. What can we do to make our skin look ageless but also the best that it can be. So, even though it's winter and it may not be super sunny, spf is an absolute must because it proactively protects your skin from the signs of aging. There are some parts of getting older, though, that you can't avoid, like losing elastin, and collagen under the skin, and this leads to sagging and wrinkles. So, if you're starting to notice signs of aging and you want to do something that is nonsurgical and easy to use at home, I recommend no. 7 laboratories line correcting booster serum. This is a targeted anti-wrinkle treatment that you apply directly to wrinkles and lines. And of those peoplactually have tried it and were considering injectables, 76% T they could now wait, and like I mentiefore, I love serum, and what's so special about this no. 7 product is that the results are backed by science, and so you can trust that it works. Line-correcting booster serum is clinically shown to help you look up to five years younger in 12 weeks, and 90% of women who used it saw smoother skin, and in as little as one week, women saw a visible reduction in the look of lines and wrinkles on the forehead and around the eyes just in time for the holidays. And get it online and in store at Walmart and target for as low as $35. Dr. Tess, you had me at looking younger, thank you so much for being with ay, and for all of these great tips. Amy, and T.J., back to you. Thank you so much.

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