Long Lasting Skin Care

Temperature plunge signals dry skin season

Posted by on Nov 18, 2014

Ice skating, National Gallery


There is really no doubt now about the arrival of winter.  Wind chill in DC this morning was a blustery 19 degrees.  To have November’s weather compared to last February makes you quickly realize that going outside today will require layers upon layers.  KMIG’s ability to deal with a variety of skin issues is well documented, but one we haven’t talked about in many months is windburn.  If you return from walking, running, skiing or ice skating and realize your face has suffered from the combination of cold and wind, just smooth a bit of KMIG on and relief will be immediate.