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Keeping Your Skin Healthy This Winter

There are countless things that I love about winter: hot chocolate, snow, sledding, Christmas, winter sports, etc. Although this cool weather brings an abundance of exciting activities, it also brings dry and itchy skin. Experiencing that annoying “winter itch?” Keep your skin healthy during these cool months with these rejuvenating winter skincare tips.

I received samples and compensation in exchange for this post. All opinions are my own. 

Keeping Your Skin Healthy This Winter

winter skincare

Drink plenty of water: Dehydration often reflects in your skin. To help heal your dry winter skin, make sure that you’re consuming at least 8 glasses of water a day.

Consume healthy foods: Eat foods that are high in omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, and collagen: avocados, nuts, fish, spinach, blueberries, carrots, etc. Cut back on the caffeine and drink more water.

Apply sunscreen: Although winter brings cooler weather, it’s still important to protect your skin from any sun damage. Before exposing your skin to the sun, be sure to apply a sunscreen with an SPF of (at least) 30. If you have a hard time remembering to apply sunscreen before heading outdoors, use a daily moisturizer that includes sunscreen.

Use a humidifier: Help your skin soak in added moisture while you sleep by using a humidifier.

Apply steroid-free itch relief: In order to combat dry winter skin, it’s important to use a steroid-free solutions. Thankfully, Tricalm is here to help with your dry skin issues.

winter skincare

Tricalm hydrogel helps relieve dry winter skin without any of the risks associated with steroids. Tricalm truly works wonders – soothes dry, irritated, and itchy skin 5x more effectively than hydrocortisone 1% at reducing itch. Tricalm truly is the key to managing your dry and itchy skin during the cooler months. However, this steroid-free hydrogel does so much more than just heal dry and itchy skin; use Tricalm for insect bites, poison ivy, athlete’s foot, cosmetic allergies, and rashes.


Although winter hasn’t officially begun, my skin has already started to dry out. By applying Tricalm to my dry skin a few times a day, I’m able to soothe and hydrate my skin. This hydrogel works quickly and provides gentle relief for my sensitive skin. Keep your skin healthy this winter with the help of Tricalm hydrogel ($8-$10).

Sarah L

Monday 3rd of November 2014

I drink lots of water. Thanks for the contest.

Brad Merrell

Monday 3rd of November 2014

Right now I use Eucerin moisturizer


Monday 3rd of November 2014

Drinking lots of water every day is important in keeping your skin hydrated. Also, I use lotion especially in the winter.


Monday 3rd of November 2014

I wear sunblock daily, wear a hat and sunglasses.

Darrin scheive

Monday 3rd of November 2014

drinking plenty of water

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