If you haven't thought of adjusting your skincare regimen for the seasons consider this: you change your clothes according to seasons and weather, so it is just as important to modify your products to meet your skin's changing needs. You wouldn't wear shorts and a T shirt in November and neither should you be using that gel cleanser and light weight moisturizer at that time of year. The air is drier, the weather harsher, and the heating systems can really do a number on your skin, so consider switching to some (or all!) of these products.
First off, I would recommend switching your cleanser to a cream or oil. My all-time fave hydrating cleanser is NUDE Perfect Cleansing Oil For Face And Eyes. It is all natural with a hefty dose of probiotics for healthier skin, and will remove makeup like nobody's business. Don't worry about feeling greasy or not clean enough, I promise you a thorough clean from this baby. The oil attracts dirt and oil, grabs onto it and lifts it all away. That's chemistry for you!
Step two is a hydrating serum or oil. Fresh has a brand new one out that is taking the world by storm. I adore Seaberry Moisturizing Face Oil because it absorbs like a dream - no greasiness what so ever. Still, if you are leery about using an oil you can just apply it at night. Or use it instead of your moisturizer. But I know there are a lot of you out there that will be so dry this Winter that you will be grateful to be putting this on underneath your regular moisturizer. I say take advantage of this anti-oxidant formula with restorative omega 3 oils.
It is also very likely that besides all this regular nourishing you will need to give your skin an extra boost of hydration with a weekly hydrating mask. Origins Drink Up mask does a fantastic job at a reasonable price. Use this all natural mask up to twice a week and don't forget to do a little exfoliation first so that the ingredients can really penetrate.
Et Voila, dewy, glowy skin even in the dead of winter. Because don't forget, dehydrated skin will visually add years of aging to your face.