Winter Skincare Tips and Product Recommendations by Dr. Joyce, Dermatologist

Learn how to transition your skincare routine for winter and combat dry skin. Discover the best skincare ingredients for winter and get tips on layering products. Dr. Joyce, a dermatologist, recommends her favorite winter skincare products.

00:00:00 Learn how to transition your skincare routine for winter and combat dry skin. Discover the three classes of skincare ingredients to look for and get tips on using humectants effectively.

❄️ During winter, our skin becomes dry and flaky due to low humidity, heaters, and hot showers.

💦 Humectants such as hyaluronic acid, glycerin, urea, and aloe vera help to retain moisture in the skin during winter.

🧴 It is important to switch to heavier skincare products during winter to combat dry skin.

00:02:26 Learn about the best skincare ingredients for winter. Emollients repair your skin barrier while occlusives lock in moisture. Layer them in your skincare routine for maximum benefits.

🧴 Emollients like ceramides and shea butter repair the skin barrier and keep the skin smooth.

🔒 Occlusives like petrolatum and mineral oil create a seal to trap moisture in the skin.

⚠️ Avoid applying occlusives over oily or acne-prone areas and on top of active ingredients to prevent irritation.

00:04:52 Discover winter skincare tips and product recommendations from Dr. Joyce, a dermatologist. Learn about moisturizing ingredients, layering products, and the importance of sunscreen.

Transition to thicker creamier consistencies for winter skincare.

Look for ingredients that hydrate and moisturize.

Continue using sunscreen even during winter months.

00:07:18 Discover winter skincare favorites: a lightweight peptide glazing fluid with plumping peptides, niacinamide, and marula oil; and a deeply hydrating watermelon dewdrops with niacinamide. For sun protection, try the moisturizing Beauty of Chosen Relief Sun Rice+ Probiotics or the La Roche Posay Double Repair Face Moisturizer with SPF.

🌟 The peptide glazing fluid is a lightweight serum that contains peptides, niacinamide, Marula oil, and hyaluronic acid.

💧 The glow recipe watermelon dewdrops with niacinamide is a gel-like serum that is deeply hydrating but leaves a stickier residue on the skin.

☀️ The beauty of chosen relief sun rice plus probiotics sunscreen is a moisturizing chemical sunscreen with high levels of UV protection.

00:09:43 Discover winter skincare favorites recommended by Dr. Joyce, a dermatologist. From sunscreen options to thick moisturizers, she shares budget-friendly and high-end picks that provide hydration and nourishment for all skin types.

🔍 The video discusses winter skincare product favorites.

💧 The straight up moisturizer with chemical sunscreen ingredients is recommended for winter skincare.

💦 Thicker and more hydrating moisturizers are suggested for overnight use during winter.

00:12:09 Discover the best moisturizing creams for winter skincare. Learn about a cream that repairs damaged skin barrier and a medium-weight moisturizer suitable for all skin types. Find out about a luxurious cream that leaves the skin feeling deeply hydrated overnight.

💧 The transcript discusses three favorite moisturizing creams, including a high-end cream for repairing damaged skin, a medium-weight cream with glycerin and squalane, and a cream formulated for sensitive skin with anti-inflammatory properties.

🔬 The video mentions that the Kiehl's and Neutrogena brands were previously worked with, but this specific video is not sponsored.

🌙 The tatcha Indigo overnight repair cream is highly praised for its ability to deeply moisturize the skin, though the lack of fragrance is a personal preference.

00:14:35 Discover the winter skincare products recommended by Dr. Joyce, a dermatologist. Includes a heavy-duty moisturizer for sensitive skin and a thick cream with shea butter for dry spots on the body.

🧴 If you have sensitive skin and need an overnight heavy-duty moisturizer, this Cetaphil product with shea butter and Vitamin E is a great option.

👀 The dermatologist recommends using this product with shea butter for dry spots on the body, such as elbows, knees, cracked heels, and fingernails.

🌬️ These products are specifically designed for winter skincare and contain ingredients like humectants, emollients, and occlusives.


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