Some people may detest the cold, and there are others who are actually allergic to the cold. Cold urticaria (ur-tih-KAR-e-uh) is an allergic reaction to cold temperatures. You know you have an actual cold allergy when a physical response to the cold takes place producing red, itchy skin in addition to swelling and hives on the skin that has been exposed to the cold.


The first step for skin care therapy in cold weather is keeping winter skin hydrated.  Use a hydrating wrinkle cream formulaLook for one with peptide technology, one of the best ingredients available for preventing wrinkle formation.  A good wrinkle formula will promote the look of firm skin and will be designed to strengthen skin's surface and support even skin tone, all while boosting skin’s moisturization and hydration.


Look for a wrinkle formula that includes ingredients like:


Sodium Hyaluronate (Hyaluronic Acid) a potent moisturizer that is essential to the body’s synthesis of collagen and elastin, two important substances in fighting the development of new fine lines and wrinkles.


Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorabte an ingredient clinically tested and shown to stabilize free radicals and help the skin synthesize collagen and elastin. This Vitamin-C Ester is celebrated for being able to penetrate the skin and deliver 50-times the active Vitamin-C as Ascorbic Acid. What does this mean for skin? It protects the skin against cell damage with its exceptional moisturizing and anti-oxidant properties.