The weather outside may be unsightly, but your skin doesn't have to be

We have collected for you 8 important & effective tips for boosting your winter skin care regimen, so that your skin stays moist and healthy through the winter months. 


    1. Moisturize More

      You may have found a moisturizer that works just fine in spring and summer.  But as weather conditions change, so, too, should your skin care routine.  Find an moisturizer that's oil-based, rather than water-based, as the oil will create a protective layer on the skin that retains more moisture than a cream or lotion. (Hint: Many lotions labeled as "night creams" are oil-based.)

      But choose your oils with care because not all oils are appropriate for the face. Instead, look for oils, like avocado oil, mineral oil, primrose oil, or almond oil.


      2. Sunscreen

      No, sunscreen isn't just for summertime. Winter sun combined with snow glare can still damage your skin. Try applying a broad-spectrum sunscreen to your face and your hands (if they're exposed) about 30 minutes before going outside. Reapply frequently if you stay outside a long time.


      3. Give Your Hands a Hand

      The skin on your hands is thinner than on most parts of the body and has fewer oil glands. That means it's harder to keep your hands moist, especially in cold, dry weather. This can lead to itchiness and cracking. Wear gloves when you go outside; if you need to wear wool to keep your hands warm, slip on a thin cotton glove first, to avoid any irritation the wool might cause.

      Make absolutely sure that you carry with you a tube of a good hands cream


      4. HUMIDIFIER...

      One good option would be to put moisture back into the air. A humidifying system can help your skin remain supple instead of cracked and dry. You can buy a system from your local drug store.


      5. DRINK WATER...

      Hydrate your skin from within by drinking lots of water. Carry a bottle with you when you go outside. Herbal tea is also great when it’s really cold. Your skin will soon have a healthy glow. So drink up and don’t let your skin go thirsty.


      6.  Wet Gloves and Socks

      Wet socks and gloves can irritate your skin and cause itching, cracking, sores, or even a flare-up of eczema


        7. Facial cleanser

          For your weekly facial cleaning, use a very soft facial cleanser, such as Soapless Face Cleanser Obliphicha Oil or Cleansing & Relaxing Facial Foam. Both will provide you with a gentle, yet thorough cleansing, and rid your skin of makeup leftovers, dead skin cells and dirt accumulated during the day.


          8.  Ban Superhot Baths

          Sure hot bath feels great after frolicking out in the cold. But the intense heat of a hot shower or bath actually breaks down the lipid barriers in the skin, which can lead to a loss of moisture.

          Staying in the water a shorter amount of time

          A lukewarm Bath with Salt, can help relieve skin that is so dry it has become itchy.


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