Your skin is very receptive to the environment and a change in the weather can signal changes in the skin. With the onset of colder weather the skin often feels dry or tight and tends to look red and blotchy. This is because there is less moisture in the air that can be drawn to the skin and the natural oils on the face that usually keep it hydrated are harshly beaten away by icy winds.
The central heating in offices and houses don’t help either, causing your skin to give up as it can’t cope with the lack of moisture available. In order to rescue your skin you need to use intensely hydrating products that will replenish the skin and encourage it to hold onto moisture more effectively.