Damaged Thin Skin

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Damaged, thin skin has a tendency to become that way from the wind and the coldness of the great outdoors. Learn about damaged, thin skin with help from a professional makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Erin Hendley, professional makeup artist, and today I'm here to address your concerns of damaged thin skin. Sometimes especially in the winter around right now, our skin gets a little thin and it definitely can get damaged from the wind and the coldness outside. So what we're going to do is hydrate the skin, put the moisture back in which is what we're lacking around this time of year. So I have a damp sponge and then we're going in with a nice lotion. It's important to put lotion on everyday. No matter what time of year but especially this time. Just because cracking can happen because our skin is a little more prone to damage in extreme coldness. So what we're doing is just really going all over the skin creating a nice barrier. This can be worn alone or underneath your makeup. Can be worn with anything at any time. And we just want to make sure to get in the cracks and crevices which we tend to forget oftentimes. And the neckline as well. So the key is just to remember that we need to put moisture back in our skin by drinking water and also by using products that will help us out with that hydration factor as well. Now besides just a regular lotion we can go in with an eye cream. And we're just going to look up and give the hydration that our eyes need. Especially if we've been awake for awhile. And one last tip, is just for this sensitive eye area too, wear sunglasses even if it's cloudy because we can protect our eyes from the wind too which is one of the things that can really damage the skin around the because it's so thin. I'm Erin Hendley, and I just addressed your concerns on dry cracked damaged skin.


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