Not so much during the summer. Having Dry Skin technically means that your skin simply doesn’t produce a lot of oil. But hot, humid weather helps the skin avoid becoming dehydrated and itchy. As long as you’re using broad spectrum sun protection during the day, you’ve got it made in the shade, right?
You still need to moisturize. The key is to choose something that’s lightweight and soothing.
If you’re looking for the perfect summer moisturizer for Dry Skin, we’d definitely recommend giving the Buttermilk Moisturizer a closer look. It’s really lightweight but provides just the right amount of moisture. Plus, it includes Lactic Acid to gently exfoliate and revitalize your skin.