Heal Winter's Damage With Adamia Therapeutic Repair Lotion with Macadamia Nut Oil and Promega-7
Winters in Vermont are brutal. I'm well into summer, and I'm still finding my skin is having a hard time bouncing back. Bitter cold winds followed by summer's sun and humidity are never ideal. Do you find your rosacea skin is tough to manage with seasonal changes? Here's a product that can help.
Adamia Therapeutic Repair LotionAdamia Therapeutic Repair Lotion
absorbs quickly and helps start healing dry, irritated skin. I use it every winter with great results, especially on my cheeks where my skin starts to crack and peel when it gets really cold. The cream is tested by dermatologists, which is how I first learned about it.
Ingredients matter! Adamia's lotion contains macadamia oil and aloe vera. There are other ingredients like water, citric acid, and potassium sorbate, but I'm convinced it's the aloe vera and macadamia that help my skin. It's not great if you get it in your eyes (oops!), but you can use it over your entire body. I use it on my face, legs, and feet with great results.
What Else Helps?
If winter is getting you down, there are other ways to help keep rosacea from acting up. Before you go out into bitter cold temperatures, later on a facial cream like Adamia. Use a non-drying facial product to wash your skin, and I stick to once a day in the morning with lukewarm, never hot or cold, water. I figure my skin doesn't need more stress.
Keep a scarf handy. I don't care what I look like when I'm outside, my face is going to be covered as much as possible to keep the wind and cold away. I pull a hat down to my eyes and a scarf covers everything up to my nose.
Do you have any tips for rosacea in the winter or other irritating seasons? Feel free to share.