How to Take Care of Your Skin This Winter, According to a Dermatologist
e are fully into the winter season and if your skin is feeling dry and irritated, know you’re not alone. While “winter skin” isn’t an official medical condition, it is a pretty common problem this time of year. According to Board Certified Dermatologist, Dr. Neda Mehr of Pure Dermatology in Newport Beach California, the environment is the main cause of winter skin, but many of us don’t take the proper precautions to make the situation better either. So, if you’re sitting and scratching your head (and probably your legs) about what to do, know winter skin is treatable and preventable.