Over the holidays we visited my family in Jackson Hole, where the temperatures were often below zero, and certainly below freezing. Although I grew up there and should be used to the cold, it’s always a shock coming from Seattle’s milder temperatures.
Luckily Seattle has avoided most of the harsh winter weather this year, as the rest of the U.S. has been hit with below normal temperatures along with lots of snow and ice. While the kids may be having fun sledding on those “snow days”, the cold winter weather can wreak havoc on your skin.
So what can you do to help protect your skin from the harsh, dry winter air?