Be careful with exfoliation

It is true that exfoliating the skin is generally a very good thing to do, at least once a week. However, if you have rosacea, rosacea or any kind of redness, you should avoid exfoliating these areas. You can exfoliate the skin around your face but never go over the very red areas.

Protect yourself from the cold!

Fall can be tough on all skin types that are prone to dermatitis. Of course, the wind and cold weather can take a toll on the already sensitive areas of your face. It would be a good idea to protect yourself from these elements with a sunscreen AND a cold cream. If you do not have access to this type of product, you can simply apply shea butter to the affected areas. Note that this indication is only valid for normal, dry and very dry skin. Shea butter can be used on children and babies without any contraindication.