I'm a skincare expert – 12p fruit hack is secret to avoiding saggy skin in winter, you'll be glowing | The Sun

WINTER is approaching fast and with November just a few days away temperatures are starting to drop dramatically.

As the weather continues to change, so does our skin.

Cold temperatures can irritate our skin as it has a difficult time keeping in moisture.

This can lead to itchy, dry skin and cracked lips.

To help prepare for the colder months and darker nights, SXCGLO founder, Farnaz Khan, has revealed her secrets to help people achieve a radiant glow during winter.

Farnaz reveals that hydration is important when it comes to looking after your skin, and urges beauty fanatics to drink plenty of water.

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Food with vitamin C, antioxidants and omega 3 will also help replenish skin.

Farnaz said: "Hydration is key!

"Even though the weather is cooler around this time of year, it’s important to stay hydrated and drink plenty of water throughout the day to keep your skin moisturised and hydrated from the inside out.

"Cutting down on your salt and sugar, avoiding smoking, and limiting your caffeine intake can also help, along with bringing back radiance to your skin.

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"I recommend adding more foods that contain vitamin C, antioxidants, and are rich in omega 3 as it will help replenish your skin.

"Berries are great sources of collagen as well, which helps bring the glow back to your complexion and can contribute to helping your skin stop from sagging."

And as for an easy skincare regime, the skincare guru advised that people should stock to products that aim to hydrate their skin.

Products rich in vitamin E, vitamin D, hyaluronic acid, and glycerin helps boost the moisture levels in your skin.

Farnaz warns people to protect themselves from UV rays during the autumn and winter months as well.

She added: "Our skin is exposed to dirt and toxins in the air and it’s important to protect it from pollution and UV rays.

"Even though the sun might not be as strong, UV rays are still present during the day during the autumn and winter.

"Apply sunscreen with at least an SPF of 30 daily, especially if you are spending time outdoors.

"This also applies to lips, as these are at risk of sun exposure as well and often get easily dry and chapped in colder temperatures."

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She said people should start to see a difference in their skin within two weeks.

But they should wait until two months later to see the overall skincare benefits from the products.

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