Will This Winter Steal My Glow????

by Rubi Ahsan Associate S.E.O Consultant
 skin feel soft  


While we dream of the beauty of nature in winter, it can also worry, because winter is known to cause destruction with our skin. The dryness in the winter air is hard enough to steal the glow of the rosiest cheeks. Most of us try to fight the winters with a unique assortment of creams and moisturizers. But how many of us can really claim that they are completely problem-free during the winter? Are you one of the scores of women who watch all over the winters? So what is it that we do not do well with our skin care program in winter?

Read on for some useful tips that will make your skin feel soft and flexible during this winter season.

Changing the weather means changing your skin care program: Use an oil-based moisturizer instead of a water-based moisturizer so that the oil forms a protective layer on the skin and retains moisture on the face. Grease your skin several times a day. Use body lotions that contain avocado oil, primrose oil, almond oil, tea tree oil, mineral oil or glycerin daily to reduce the dryness of your skin. Drink a lot of water every day to hydrate yourself, because your skin stays completely young and wrinkled. Use sunscreen on your face and hands as you go out to protect the exposed areas of your skin from the winter sun. Hot baths tend to draw moisture from your skin. Luncheon water is a much better option for a bath during the winter.

Hello pink lips this winter:

Lips need a lot of care in the cold weather. Chapped, dry lips are a common problem that we all encounter. Fortunately, it does not take long to heal good lips. Wash your lips with a moisturizing cleanser to soften the skin. Exfoliate your lips to remove the thin skin. Use a wet laundry or soft toothbrush to rub your lips gently. Alternatively, make your own lip scrub by mixing basic ingredients such as sugar, water, salt and honey. Apply a lip balm to immediately add a softening layer to your lips. Look for lip balms containing castor oil, olive oil and cocoa butter. Lysine is important to maintain soft lips. Foods such as fish and eggs are good lysine supplements.

Do not forget the skin on your scalp!

Peel is quite common during the winter season due to dryness of the scalp. To avoid this, do hot oil and lemon therapy at least once a week to get rid of rose. Heat olive oil and apply to the scalp with cotton wool. Then put a towel in warm water, push out the water and put the towel around the head. Keep it 5 minutes. This helps to absorb the hair and the scalp better. Leave the oil overnight. The next morning, put the juice of a lemon on the scalp and do it after half an hour. Wash your hair with lukewarm water to avoid fresh and static hair by warm water. Use her conditioner to avoid dryness. Make sure you use a serum or hair cream after a main bath to smooth and apply to your hair shine.

Your feet need more care:

Scrub calluses with a pumice stone in the shower once a week to loosen the raw dead skin. Wet feet, especially the heels, each day with thick cream-lotions containing milk and wearing cotton socks in bed, allowing the creams to be absorbed. If you go to your local pharmacy, you will find it difficult to find a seller that would give you good advice. Therefore, a dermatologist even once goes a good investment. Such a specialist can analyze your skin type and give you the right advice on skin care products that are ideal for your skin type. And to make your life easy and get a healthy and glowing skin on your front door.

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About Rubi Ahsan Magnate II     Associate S.E.O Consultant

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Joined APSense since, February 11th, 2013, From New Delhi, India.

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