You already know that your skin is affected by the climate. Whatever the weather may be, your skin reacts to it in some way.
In the colder months, humidity levels are low and dry, flaky skin is a primary concern. You may also find redness and inflammation an issue, as temperature fluctuations (going outside in the frigid cold and then back inside to the warmth) can cause the capillaries to contract and expand.
In the warmer months, like right now, skin concerns are related to the increased heat and humidity in the air. You may find your skin affected by heat rashes, oiliness and the effects of sun exposure. Excessive sweat production can also cause your skin to breakout.
Hopefully, you ‘re using a light moisturizer or serum through the summer. You should also use a sunscreen every time you go out.
Whenever the weather changes, your skin always gets affected. Make it a habit to always change the skin care products that you use according to the weather.