Our skin changes throughout the month and here's a picture summarizing why. It's not all bad that's for sure (ie plumping effect during ovulation) and what I'm learning during my dermatology course is that Quality Skincare Consistently Is Key to providing our skin a balanced environment to flourish.
Also don't forget to keep hydrated and nourish from the inside out with fresh veggies, home made whole foods (not processed), and quality ingredients...it is investing in your food that heals from the inside out.
Our daily exposures and external environment takes more of a toll on our skin than we might expect. And of course different seasons require additional tweaking...winter in the prairies is dry so moisturize your skin more so your it doesn't respond by pumping out more oil... and exfoliate so any oil production doesn't get clogged under dead skin.
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Cindy Fehr RN(NP)
Cindy is an experienced RN(NP) residing in Southern Manitoba, Canada, with a passion to support her patients looking and feeling their best at every age. This blog is to support patients in gaining knowledge about skincare, medical aesthetics procedures, and health & wellness practices. It is her goal to share the knowledge she gains from continuous reading of research, and regular continuing professional development sessions. Pursuit of personal and professional growth is paramount to Cindy and she loves to share this learning with her patients.