The change of season and temperatures that come with it can send your skin wild. Your skin, as well as your body, may not be able to adjust to these changes easily. This means that the summer skincare routine you established may no longer be as effective causing your skin to become more prone to acne breakouts.

If this sounds like what your skin is going through, there is an easy way to help replenish its moisture while also strengthening your skin’s protective barrier without causing irritation. Applying hypoallergenic natural products such as cold-pressed Moringa Oil to your skin is a great way to do this. 

 

 Winter Skin Problems 

Whether the temperature is hot or cold, the changing weather could cause your skin to become dehydrated and lose its balance. The winter season, in particular, could lead to more skin troubles depending on your skin type:

 

 

Dry Skin 

When the humidity in the air decreases, it’s a given that your skin will also become dehydrated. Some of you may have noticed that even after applying your favorite serum or moisturizer, the areas around your nose or cheeks are still dull and flaky. Some may even experience dryness, irritation, or itchiness. This could be caused by using the wrong type of skincare products or by washing your face with warm water, which washes away all of your skin's natural oils.

 

Oily Skin

For those with oily skin, their skin may become even greasier despite the dry wintry weather. This is because when your skin loses moisture, your oil glands produce more oil to compensate, making your face shinier than ever. It can also be caused by using a face wash that is too stripping or washing your face too often. In some cases, you might have oily and flaky skin at the same time, which is a sign that your skin is damaged and extremely dehydrated. 

 

Sensitive, Acne-Prone Skin

Whether your skin is dry or oily, if it loses its natural balance during the changing seasons, you’re more likely to experience a breakout. Acne is not only caused by hot temperatures, bacteria, or sebum; your skin can also break out due to irritation or dehydration. 

Furthermore, your scalp, hair, and nails could very well experience similar problems. Dandruff, dry hair, and chipped nails are common in winter. 

 

4 Tips to maintain healthy-looking skin with the help of cold-pressed Moringa Oil

To keep your skin looking youthful and glowing even when the humidity in the air decreases, cold-pressed Moringa Oil is the solution, and one that not many people know about. Not only can it complement your skincare routine, but it can also help prevent your skin from losing its moisture. Here are 4 ways you can add cold-pressed Moringa Oil into your skincare routine:

Cleansing 

The first step to healthy skin starts with cleansing. Before washing your face, use Moringa Oil as a cleanser to remove makeup, dirt, and pollutants from your skin. The oil removes impurities from your skin without causing it to dry out.

 

Hydrating without being Greasy 

Although it is indeed cold-pressed “oil”, Moringa Oil has an incredibly light texture and is very easily absorbed into your skin. It keeps your skin moisturized without being too greasy or clogging pores. Thus, it can be used as a serum or added to other skincare products for extra nourishment throughout the year. 

Additionally, cold-pressed Moringa Oil has many beauty benefits, such as being:

  • Rich in Vitamins A, E, and K, which helps maintain skin moisture and elasticity, making your skin softer and stronger while also reducing the chances of wrinkles or sagging.
  • Rich in Vitamin C, which has nourishing and brightening factors, giving your skin a healthy glow and also reducing dark spots.
  • High in antioxidants, which strengthen and protect skin from stress and oxidation. It also helps fight inflammation and bacteria that can cause acne.

 

 

Scalp Care

With its rich moisturizing properties and nourishing powers, as well as its antioxidant quality, Moringa can greatly improve scalp condition, restoring its balance while also reducing dandruff and fungus troubles. 

Put a few drops of Moringa Oil on your hands and massage onto your scalp before washing your hair. This will make your scalp healthier, reduce itchiness, and strengthen the hair’s roots. 

 

Strong Hair and Nails

Last but not least, Moringa Oil can also rejuvenate your hair and nails, which tend to be dry and brittle during winter. With its rich vitamin and antioxidant properties, simply massaging the oil onto your hair or nails could help moisturize and add nutrients instantly. 

If you’re looking to improve your skin’s condition during the inclement seasons, Moringa Oil is a great solution that is suitable for all skin types, providing moisture without making your face overly greasy. It is free from fragrance and strong chemicals, so you can use cold-pressed Moringa Oil to nourish your skin, hair, and nails every day without worrying about irritation or allergic reactions. 

 

YURI & TERRA produces the best cold-pressed Moringa Oil from our organic farms in Yemen. All-natural and cruelty-free, our products truly deliver when it comes to sustainability and responsibility for our planet.