If you have skin and live somewhere where it gets even moderately cold during the winter, then you probably have had to deal with dry skin. Winter air tends to be extremely dry and that can pull the moisture directly from your skin and leaving it feeling dry, irritated, and flaky.
It’s such a universal problem that a holiday has been created to address the issue of dry winter skin. That holiday is known as National Winter Skin Relief Day and it’s a day that’s observed on January 8th. On this day, people are reminded to take care of their skin during the winter months so that they don’t end up suffering from overly dry skin.
The History Of National Winter Skin Relief Day
This holiday was created a few years ago by Valeant Consumer Healthcare to promote the moisturizers and lip balms that this company makes. It’s been observed as an annual holiday ever since.
Tips For Preventing Dry Skin
If you’re here at this holiday article looking for tips on keeping your skin moist during the winter months, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve included the following tips so more people can take care of their skin all winter long.
- During the winter months, baths should be warm and never hot.
- Mild soap should be used-preferably ones with moisturizing components in them.
- The skin should be patted with a soft towel and not rubbed.
- Moisturizer should be used on the skin several times a day.
- People should drink a lot of water.
- Use a humidifier in the home.
Observing National Winter Skin Relief Day
National Winter Skin Relief Day can be observed by taking a few steps during the winter months to keep your skin in good condition. This includes limiting the length of warm showers, which can tend to dry out a person’s skin.
People should also make sure to use moisturizers and lip balms during these cold winter months as well. And while they’re observing this holiday, they can use the hashtag #NationalWinterSkinReliefDay to spread the word about this holiday.
When is National Winter Skin Relief Day?
|This year (2022)||January 8 (Saturday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Next year (2023)||January 8 (Sunday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Last year (2021)||January 8 (Friday)||Multiple dates - more|