I wash my face and put on moisturizer at night time. And I don't wash my face in the morning. I simply put on daytime moisturizer with SPF. This might sound weird, but by doing that, my face doesn't get dry during the day. Also makeup stays on face much much better.
during the cold weather its nice to do a facial mask with warm organic honey and organic olive oil mixed thoroughly, leave it on for 10 minutes then with a nice warm wash cloth. also its nice to put coconut oil on your hair put on plastic wrap and a towel and hang out for 30 minutes or so wash hair with cruelty free shampoo and conditioner.
Colorado winters are always very dry and usually cold. I like to take care of my face by first boiling a big pot of water. I add as many skin friendly herbs as I have on hand like chamomile, rose petals, calendula, marshmellow root, and licorice root. Then I take the pot and sit down leaning over so that my face is exposed to the steam and I drape a towel around me and the pot and meditate. I steam this way as much as I can and when all of the toxins have been sweat out, I rinse my face with cold water. This has done wonders for me and putting moisture back into my face, plus it forces me to stop and breathe so it is wonderful for my mind as well.
Remember to eat kind foods and not foods that will clog your pores. For me, soy milk clogs my pores a lot. Also wash your face, but not too often. Use clean skincare products and remove makeup at night.
To exfoliate lips, just do a little olive oil and sugar/something with that texture. Mix it up and apply to your lips with a warm wash cloth. Then add chap stick.
I make a body scrub from olive oil and sugar that I use in the shower (the only place I use sugar), and that works well. I have lupus, so caring for my face is more difficult. I use as gentle and as natural a product as I can, and, of course, drink gallons of water and eat clean food.