How To Avoid Dry Skin This Winter

As the weather gets colder and winter approaches, it becomes even more important to keep your skin nourished and hydrated. 

With Black Oud Luxury Beard Oil and Balm, you can battle the winter blues by looking and feeling your best whatever nature throws at you.

Why do colder temperatures affect your skin?


It’s a matter of science: cold air is drier, so moisture evaporates from your skin at a greater rate than during summer. Staying warm doesn’t always help, either, as heaters might keep you toasty but don’t increase the moisture level in the air. 

Cue your skin becoming dehydrated, flaky and dry, as your enzymes can’t function properly. Ouch!

What Can you do?


There’s no need to despair, however! There are plenty of things you can do to prevent damage and keep your skin at its best even as temperatures plummet. The first and simplest thing is the cliché: drink more water.

It feels less intuitive than in the height of summer when you’ll be staying hydrated to keep cool in hotter temperatures, but it’s important not to let those habits drop once winter rolls around. 

Whether you’re out and about or spending most of your time working from home, drinking enough water is essential to maintaining a healthy complexion

Moisturising is key


That’s why when it comes to taking care of the delicate skin on your face, using luxury grooming products makes all the difference. Our Black Oud Beard Oil and Balm are designed to protect and hydrate your skin, calming irritation and eliminating dryness.

The Black Oud Balm is available in Beeswax and Vegan options and is specifically formulated to be non-greasy, so you can style your beard and nourish your skin at the same time. 

Or if you’re changing up your look, our beard oil can also be used after you shave to enrich and soothe your skin, preventing dryness and irritation.

Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean you have to compromise. 

We don’t settle for anything less than the best, and neither should you. Stay healthy and stylish this winter and your skin will thank you for it.