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5 Skin Care Tips and Tricks to Use this Winter

by Maggie Bloom Freelance Writer

5 Skin Care Tips and Tricks to Use this Winter

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Winter is coming up quickly, and you need to be aware that with the changing of the seasons, your skin might be going through some changes as well. There are quite a few things you can do to make sure your skin stays healthy, fresh, and protected this winter. 

Find The Right Cleanser & Moisturizer

Use cleansers: Skin cleansers are an important part of any regimen, but they can be even more important for people with dry or sensitive skin. The best way to choose a cleanser is to look for one that contains a gentle emollient formula that won't strip the skin of natural moisture. Look for ingredients like cocoa butter and shea butter, which are proven to be safe to use on dry or sensitive skin.

Use an oil-free moisturizer: Some moisturizing products are not oil-free. These may contain alcohols, fragrances, and mineral oils. If your skin feels too greasy or thick after applying a moisturizer, look for one that contains plant-based oils or natural waxes.

Use moisturizing creams: Even if you are using an oil-free cleanser, you may still find yourself with dry, flaky skin. Moisturizing creams are one of the best ways to help prevent and treat dry, flaky skin. Be aware that certain brands contain synthetic ingredients like petrolatum and mineral oil, which are often irritating to the skin. Look for ingredients such as babassu wax or shea butter that are safe for use on sensitive skin.

Use moisturizers: It is important to use a moisturizing cream or lotion after applying a moisturizer. It can work on its own or in conjunction with an exfoliant, which helps to unclog pores. Pores can make skin appear clearer. Many moisturizers will include sunscreen or SPF, which protects against the damaging UV rays of the sun.

Make sure you are moisturizing your skin regularly: Skincare is about more than just washing your face twice a day and using a gentle soap. Taking care of your skin also means avoiding skin that is exposed to sunlight, wind, dust, humidity, heat, cold, and humidity. These elements can all lead to premature signs of aging.

By avoiding these elements, you can help to maintain the integrity of your skin's outermost layer, which is the epidermis, which provides a protective barrier that shields the rest of your skin from the sun's effect. By protecting the skin's outermost layer from these elements, you can help to prevent skin aging signs and help to prevent sun damage.

Use a Good Sunscreen

Use sunscreen: Sunscreen should be used regularly when outdoors, especially on young children, and especially during the summer months when the sun is most intense. It will protect the skin from harmful UV rays, but it may also keep the skin from drying out. Sunscreens are not only beneficial to the skin, but they are also beneficial to the entire body because of their ability to protect against other irritants.

Use a sun-protection lotion or gel: Sun protection lotions are often included in makeup bags. They are usually oil-free and work well as both a facial moisturizer and a sun protection product. A sun protection lotion that includes zinc oxide can be especially useful for people with a history of age-related wrinkles.

Exfoliate Well

Exfoliate every day: It is important to exfoliate every day to keep your skin looking fresh and glowing. When the dead layers of the skin are removed from the surface of the skin, the face will look fresher. In addition, exfoliating can remove unwanted dead skin cells and stimulate the production of new skin cells. Exfoliation can be done by gently scraping away dead skin cells with a finger or a soft cloth, or by using a soft bristle brush. Exfoliating should be performed every other day.

Avoid Stress

Stress can make your skin loses its natural moisture and elasticity. If your skin is constantly damp or oily, it will take longer to restore to its natural moisture and elasticity. By reducing stress and staying relaxed, you can help to keep skin hydrated and minimize the effects of the aging process.

Don’t Forget Your Lips! 

Your lips can become very dry and cracked during the winter and it’s important to remember to include them into your skincare routine. Make sure to exfoliate and moisturize them well to keep them fresh and supple. You can look into products that contain lanolin to help keep them hydrated. The World’s best lip balm will contain some lanolin to help get rid of dry or dead skin.

 

Keep your skin fresh and healthy this winter with these tips!   



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