5 Things to Do Now for Flawless Skin by Summer
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If you use retinol less often (or not at all) in winter because it dries out your skin, you can start using it again and increase the frequency, says Baxt.
That said, Baxt says that some of her patients use retinol less often in spring than they do in winter. The reason? All that lovely sunshine. "The downside of increasing retinol is you become more sun-sensitive, so if you know you'll be in the sun more and you know you won't be good with the sunscreen, then you may want to skip retinol in the spring."
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