1. Drink plenty of water.
Remembering to keep your fluids up is easy in the warmer months, but in winter it’s something we often forget. Staying hydrated is perhaps the best thing you can do for your skin. If the thought of cold water is unappealing, sip warm water or herbal teas throughout the day.
2. Cover up.
Although we’re always mindful of looking after our skin in summer, your skin needs just as much protection in winter. Apply a good quality sunscreen to your face, neck and hands before heading outside. Even better, protect the delicate skin on your neck from dry winds with a scarf, and wear gloves when you can.