Even though air conditioning is practically a necessity in hot and humid Singapore, it may be taking a toll on your skin. Unfortunately, it dries out the air and, in turn, your skin.
On top of that, if you’re the type to take a nice warm shower to get ready for the day (or for bed), you might be surprised to know that this can also strip your skin and hair of moisture – double whammy!
The solution seems obvious – switch off that air conditioner. However, if you can’t switch it off for difficult reasons (e.g. my baby can only fall asleep in an air-conditioned room, or, it’s just plain too hot), there are ways to reduce the dryness that’s wrecking havoc for your skin.
The simple answer is more hydration, skincare expert Belinda Lo elaborates on how best to get that into your skin.