Winter Skin Tips

As the seasons change, so does your skin and its needs. When the temperatures start to drop your skin needs more hydration and moisturization. Enter Pear Beauty Spa’s Winter Skin Tips! For the most part you will want to keep your regimen the same especially if you are acne prone but there are a few swaps you will want to make to keep your skin healthy and glowy throughout the winter.

Here are the winter skin tips:

Winter Skin Tip #1:

I recommend switching your gel cleanser to a cream or oil cleanser.

My favorite cleansers for the winter are the Hydramucine Cleansing Milk, Sensiderm Cleansing Milk and Sensiderm Cleansing Oil.

Winter Skin Tip #2:

Next you will want to include a hydrating toner into your routine to set the tone for your skincare regimen.

I love the Hydramucine Lotion (Toner) and the Sensiderm Lotion (Toner)

You should already be using a hydrating serum every single day, but if you aren’t already, this is your sign.

I love the Intense Moisture Serum from G.M Collin Medical Line and the Hydramucine Optimal Serum, it’s like a big drink of water for your skin.

Winter Skin Tip #3:

I also recommend adding in an oil or balm on top of your moisturizer to lock in hydration and moisturization.

I recommend the Essential Infusion Dry Oil, it is like juice for your face and its acne safe! If you’re looking for anti-aging velvety bliss to your skin I recommend the Ceramide Comfort Serum Capsules. 

Basically, if you want hydrated and dewy skin, you will want to have your HOEs:


Humectants are hydrating ingredients like hyaluronic acid, glycerin, and beta glucan. These are most commonly found in your hydrating serums and toners / mists.

Occulsives provide a protective seal over the surface of the skin to prevent loss of hydration into the environment. An example of an occlusive would be shea butter or petroleum jelly.

Emollients are oils or fatty lipid-based products that help lock in hydration and enhance the skin’s protective lipid barrier applied directly to the skin to soothe and hydrate it. An example of an emollient would be an oil in skincare.

Winter Skin Tips Pear Beauty Spa

October 16, 2023

  1. Katherine says:

    Great suggestions, thank you Vanessa!

  2. Nikita McCulloch says:

    I love your suggestions for new cleaners and toners. Especially during the cold and dey winter months it’s awesome to accommodate my skins needs!

    Thanks Vanessa ❤️

  3. Nikita McCulloch says:

    I love how you suggested specific products to help with the changing seasons, my skin thanks you!

    • Vanessa Pearman says:

      Changing seasons means are skin will be changing as well. We need to love and protect our epidermis from the harsh winter months. I am glad this was helpful.

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