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Look for a moisturizer with lactic acid.

This winter, make sure you maintain the moisture in your home—and in your skin—by investing in a humidifier. "Dry heat can disrupt the skin barrier while you sleep. Consider a humidifier in your bedroom to help put moisture back into the air," says dermatologist Joshua Zeichner, MD. He prefers cool mist humidifiers over hot steam ones, since the latter "can burn you if you get too close."

25 Expert-Backed Tricks for Glowing Skin in the Dead of Winter

Your glowing skin doesn't have to become dull and dry in the winter. Sure, cold weather can wreak havoc, but these winter skin tricks are here to help.