We tend to think of humidifiers as a winter skin solution, but it turns out that they’re just as vital during the summer months. Board-certified dermatologist S. Manjula Jegasothy, MD, CEO and Founder of Miami Skin Institute
, says air conditioning dries ambient air, causing skin dryness. “Humidifiers moisten ambient air and can be useful to hydrate skin appropriately in the summertime,” she says. “Although it has never been proven by medical literature, it is possible that the same mechanism that causes our skin to dry out in the winter time may indeed cause our skin to dry out in dry, air conditioned air,” she explains. Jegasothy notes that if your skin is excessively dry indoors, a humidifier may be helpful, regardless of the season. Here, some beautifully designed options to hydrate your skin and amp up your bedroom decor.
For even room coverage, this hygienic humidification system from Dyson looks as if it comes from the future and minimizes bacteria growth. Bonus: It’s also a fan! Dyson Humidifier