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How to transition your skincare routine between seasons?

The party season behind us. We have indulged in our favourite Christmas food and drink and experimented with bold new hair and make-up looks.

These can eventually take their toll on skin, leaving it looking dull or tired. Luckily, SofyaHQ team of experts found the top tips on how to keep your complexion looking radiant.

Keep your skincare routine simple

Although the cold harsh weather can make it tempting to reach for a series of creams, too many products can actually end up clogging up your pores and leaving you prone to breakouts. Make sure to cleanse, tone and moisturise every day and exfoliate once a week for a fuss-free, effective way to keep skin clear.

Stay hydrated

During the festive period we would have enjoyed lots of ‘treats’ from salty foods to alcohol. These dry out your skin and can lead to the forming of fine lines. Make sure you drink plenty of water a day to give your complexion a healthy boost.

Give your skin a boost

Once a week take the time to give your skin a helping hand by applying a face mask or going for a facial.

The new overnight masks or sleep masks are lightweight and tacky, so they stick to your skin instead of your pillow. Skin can lose a lot of water while you sleep; an overnight mask is designed to help it retain moisture.

Eating well will not only help you fight off the bugs and colds that come with winter, but they will also keep your skin looking healthy and glowing. Stay away from greasy foods. We all know greasy food is not great for our insides, and this has a knock-on effect with our skin as well. Try steering clear of oily, fried foods for a week to let your skin rid itself of excess oil and toxins.

Bursting with skin-loving antioxidants and nutrients, up your intake of fruits and vegetables in a variety of colours to help guard your skin against free radicals and restore the health of your skin cells. Try snacking on skin superfoods such as strawberries and blueberries to give your skin a hit of collagen-boosting vitamin C.

Rich in antioxidants, green and also aloe vera, teas can neutralise toxins in the body, which results in much clearer, radiant skin.

It’s also a good idea to up your water intake to flush out your system, and add a squeeze of lemon to help your skin’s cell regeneration process

It sounds too good to be true, but taking a daily 1,000-milligram flaxseed-oil supplement can make your skin hydrated and smoother and can help prevent wrinkles in the long run. And if you'd like a quick science lesson, here's how it works: Flaxseed oil is a good source of omega-3s, which the skin uses to produce its own moisturizing oils. And unlike omega-3-rich fish-oil supplements, a flaxseed-oil pill doesn't taste like salmon.

Cleanse your skin properly

Whether you're trying a new make-up look or simply finding yourself getting home late at night, it's important to clean your skin to rid it of any bacteria. If you find you are too tired when you get home, keep some make-up wipes at the side of your bed to ensure you still remove the make-up and avoid clogging up pores with the day's dirt.

If your skin looks and feels dry, dull and flaky, it’s time to give it a gentle scrub. Apply the scrub to your fingertips and smooth it over your whole face using circular motions. This will help unblock your pores and clear away dead skin cells to reveal fresh, glowing skin.

Try going make-up free

If you find yourself with a day off from the hectic social calendar that comes with the festive season, try going make-up free. This will give your skin a chance to breathe and recover.

Make time for beauty sleep

The party season can mean lots of late nights, but try to get at least eight hours of sleep as this not only keeps your body well-rested, but also allows skin to rejuvenate itself naturally.


When its cold outside, it’s tempting to turn your morning shower into a half-hour steam-spa. But after about 15mins, all that heat begins to compromise your skin’s layer, a complex of fatty acids that holds in precious moisture. Turn down the heat as much as you can- or at least shorten your shower time.


The sun’s rays still exist in winter. Even if you are only outside for 30mins as a walk to work or out on a lunch break, your skin will still absorb them and be slowly damage over time.

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