Weather can dehydrate skin in any season or climate, not just winter, reports fresh water advocate

Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) February 17, 2015 Winter is sometimes called “dry skin” season. Cold winter air can’t hold as much humidity as warm summer air which can cause skin to lose water content and become dehydrated. According to fresh water advocate and radio host Sharon Kleyne, people concerned about skin hydration should be aware ...