Some boosters contain hyaluronic acid, which can hold up to 1000 times its weight in water.
The effect of such a booster will hydrate the skin, restore suppleness and therefore improve elasticity.
Such boosters should also contain Panthenol, which can aid tissue repair.
Additionally, Algae extracts are an important inclusion because they help to restore moisture balance.
Colder temperatures aren't the only factor that can affect the skin.
A change in lifestyle activity, and diet habits proportionately affect skin condition.
In the winter months, eating more and moving less can mean duller skin.
A product to supplement everyday moisturizer could contain ingredients such as Salicylic Acid, Hibiscus Extract and Lactic Acid.
This combination has the effect of loosening debris on the skins surface.
Ingredients such as Chamomile, Aloe and Cornmeal will contribute toward skin rehydration.
Using a milder cleanser, preferably something milkier that will easily wipe off.
Continuing with cleansers that wash off with water do very little to preserve the skins natural moisturising barrier.
Take care when exfoliating your skin.
It's probably a good idea to exfoliate less regularly or switch to a more gentle product.
Avoid really hot showers and long soaks in the tub.
These have a drying effect on the skin.
It's advisable to keep the water 'lukewarm' and try to keep rinse time to an absolute minimum.
Moisturising doesn't just come from the outside.
Don't forget that It's really important to keep yourself well hydrated by drinking plenty of water.