Winters are in and its time to pull out our sweaters and woolens to protect ourselves from the chilling weather. This beautiful cold weather is loved by all but beautiful winter season also brings some effects to our skin, from head to toe.
We are facing problems of dry skin, patchy skin, rough scalp, dry lips and so on. So here we have some basic and easy skin care tips for Winter season to have a gorgeous and shiny skin in this winter from head to toe. :
Moisturize your skin for winters. A good moisturizer is necessary to protect your skin during this cold weather. Apply all over your body except for the face.
For the face you may choose a good quality skin care cream. Choose winter creams based on your skin types as they will not only protect but also give you a glow.
Massage your hair with coconut, almond and other essential oils to avoid dryness of the scalp.
Use lip balms with natural ingredients which will enhance your lip colour and make them soft.
To prevent chapping dry hands, squeeze wipe-off, soap-free cleansers and alcohol-free hand sanitizers. When you do wash, choose a moisturizing soap-free cleanser or a hydrating antibacterial gel, then slather on lotion right away.
Anything that traps moisture on skin helps lotions and creams soak in. So slip on some cotton gloves over lotion to help moisturize parched hands.
To soften stubborn dry patches on rough elbows and knees, opt for a rich, hydrating scrub. Like a simple mix of honey and sugar.
For arms, legs, and torso, start with a rich bath oil or moisturizing body cleanser, something that leaves a creamy film on your skin.
For roughed-up feed, before bed, gently buff away bumps with a hydrating scrub or pumice stone, and apply a thick, buttery moisturizer while feet are still moist. Then wear socks overnight.
A long, hot bath or shower might seem tempting when you’ve been out in the cold, but it will strip your skin of moisture. If you like warmer showers, keep them to no more than 10 minutes, and not more than once a day.
So these are some easy to follow skin care tips during winter season…
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