6. Check the ingredients.
"With the transition in temperature and reappearance of colder breezes, skin becomes more easily irritated, dry, red and flushed," board certified dermatologist and dermatologic surgeon, Dr. Lawrence Green, explains to us via email.

"People with a tendency towards rosacea need to be especially cautious. Look at ingredients in your skin care products. In general, products with a shorter ingredient list are less likely to be irritating to your skin. Use fragrance free products when possible."