winter skin care

Winter Skincare: The Ultimate Guide for your skin type!

While the cold weather rings in some holiday cheer and brings in a lot of perks there are a few things we’re better off without! Chilly winters mean a moisture-sucking climate that breaks out your skin, no matter the skin type.

Here's a guide on how to keep your skin hydrated and radiant no matter what your skin type is!

Read on as we decode the ultimate steps you need to skip and follow to achieve radiant winter skin!

Winter Skincare for Dry Skin

Dryness is always at its peak during the winter, and naturally, more complicated to handle. If you have dry skin, there are a few points about winter skincare routines for dry skin that you need to focus on to do away with winter skincare

  • Cleanse your skin only with natural or gentle cleansers
  • Use an intensely hydrating moisturizer or gel cream to retain your skin's moisture levels and use Dr G's 99% Aloe Vera Gel to soothe and hydrate.
  • Since dry skin often leads to flakiness, over-exfoliating is only going to irritate and dry out your skin more, thus avoiding your skin from tearing out.

Winter Skincare for Oily skin

We all know dry skin gets dull, and dehydrated in winter, oily skin is not all peaches and cream either. No matter the cold weather outside, your oil glands will not stop producing excess oil.

Here's a quick fix in your skincare routine that can help your oily skin during cooler times.

  • Avoid using gel-based sunscreen as it can lead to breakouts. Make sure to slather on some sunscreen each time you leave the house, even in winter.
  • Refrain from using oil-based moisturizes as they can make your skin increasingly oily, opt for water-based moisturizers.
  • Use Dr. G Moringa Glow Pack which is infused with Hyaluronic Acid and Moringa Extract to leave a natural glow.

Combination skin

The key to handling combination skin types is all about consistency and balance. Here’s everything you need to know to keep your face in shape.

What is combination skin?

A skin type with excessive oil production at the T-zone or central area of the forehead, nose, and chin while the rest of the face is normal.

If you’re dealing with combination skin and breakouts, try the steps below.

  • Use a cleanser that contains salicylic acid.
  • Double-cleanse at night if you wear makeup.
  • Use a toner to eliminate excess oil, blackheads and blemishes.


We have come to the end of this ultimate guide on winter skincare routines for Oily, dry, and combination skin types. When you follow these steps without fail, you will experience a glow from within. In addition, those around you will also notice how healthy your face is!

Hence, whenever you feel stuck with your skincare routine, refer to this guide and remember that Dr. G has got you covered!

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