1. Skin Care in the Sun\nSunscreen is not just for the summer, and not just for sunny days.\nThe sun can burn your skin in the winter and on cloudy days alike. Check out our Sunscreen 101 guide for more information on how to protect yourself from UV and UVB rays.\nApply sunscreen to all areas of exposed skin\u00a015 to 30 minutes before heading outside. You may want to consider using sport sunscreen, which is typically sweat-proof.\nExpert dermatology care in Pennsylvania, when you need it. Learn about eDermatology.\nMake sure to reapply if you’re outside for a while, and especially if you are in the water. You may also want to consider UV-protective clothing for an extra layer of coverage.\n2. Rain and Snow Skin Care\nTraining in rain or snow? Try to dress in fabrics that dry quickly, such as synthetics. Stay away from cotton, especially cotton socks, which can trap moisture and blister the skin. If it’s chilly, make sure you quickly change into dry clothing post-workout.\n3. Wind and Skin\nWhen it’s cold and breezy, the wind can dry out your skin, reddening the surface and causing it to\u00a0feel a lot like sunburn.\nIf you are heading out to run, ski, or snowshoe, try to cover exposed areas of skin. Moisturizing can also prevent the effects of this wind burn. And if you do get wind burn, apply lotion often to help your skin regain its moisture.\n4. \u00a0Other Essential Tips for Great Skin\n\nDrink plenty of water to keep you and your skin well-hydrated.\nApply petroleum jelly or an anti-chafe lotion to areas where skin and clothing may rub together and cause irritation.\nHit the showers as soon as you’re done training. This helps clean off sweat, dirt, and grime and keep your pores refreshed.