35+ Easy Tips To Keep Your Skin Safe From The Cold Weather!

35+ Easy Tips For Healthy Skin

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As the seasons change it affects your skin, so it is important to change your skincare routine according to the changing seasons so that your skin remains healthy and glowing every season. 

Do and Don't

In winters the skin becomes dry and hence the skin needs more moisture.

The moisturizer you use in summer, do not use in winter.

It is best to use an oil-based moisturizer, which has a protective oily layer that protects your skin from dryness.

If you want to apply a moisturizing oil, apply an oil that won't clog your pores, such as avocado oil or almond oil.

Apply sunscreen, because often you feel that you do not need to apply sunscreen in winter, but do not do this, sunscreen is a must for every season.

The skin of the lips also becomes very dry in winter, so before sleeping at night, apply a few drops of cream, lemon juice, and rose water on the lips daily at night.

Utilize tepid water rather than heated water for washing.

Rub with coconut oil or apply coconut oil before showering.

If you want, you can also massage with almond oil before bathing.

Massage with turmeric cream before taking a bath is a good option. It prevents dry skin. The healing properties of essential oils have been known since ancient times.

You can keep the skin normal by adding a few drops of herbal oil like glycerin or tea tree oil to the bathwater.

If you want, you can add 2 cups of milk to the bathwater. The fat and lactic acid present in milk make the skin soft and supple.

You can also add 2 teaspoons of olive oil to the bathwater. Helps to get rid of dry skin.

Apply lemon juice and a few drops of rose water, 1 tbsp olive oil and orange juice, 1 egg yolk, 15 minutes before bath.

Apply body lotion, cream, or oil immediately after the bath, this will retain moisture and keep the skin hydrated for a long time.

Avocado extracts and olive oil packs are best in winters.

Make a pack by mixing curd, butter, and cream and massage.

Apply petroleum jelly in the places where you feel dry because petroleum jelly is a great option for those with dry skin.

Do not use face masks and face packs that reduce the natural oil of the face in winter.

Exfoliate the face with a mild scrub, this will remove the dead skin and make the face glow, as well as the moisturizer, will get absorbed well in the pores.

Use mild skin products instead of harsh chemical products. Also, the strong chemicals present in bath soap can damage the skin. Use a mild body wash instead.

If you want, use gram flour and curd paste instead of soap and if you want to use soap then use high moisture soap or glycerin or natural oil.

Massage with aloe vera pulp, which also has healing properties and is rich in antioxidants, which regenerate skin cells.

Apply a cream containing vitamins A and E to nourish the skin.

Avoid consumption of alcohol-based products in winters.

Avoid mud packs. Use Oil Best Pack and Cleansing Milk instead.

Rub with coconut oil or sunflower oil prior to rest around evening time.

These oils are wealthy in regular unsaturated fats, which saturate the skin.

Apply hand cream or lotion after working in water, as the skin on the hands is very thin and the oil glands are small.

For the skin of the hands, rub the hands with lemon juice mixed with a little sugar. Its mild effect makes the skin of hands soft and supple and brings a glow to the skin.

For dry and dry skin at the corners, use a honey and sugar scrub.

Nutrient E oil and aloe vera are the best creams for hands and feet. You can likewise utilize lavender oil assuming you need it. Use a few drops in your regular moisturizer or cream.

Be sure to include natural oils in the water while doing manicure-pedicure.

Wear gloves to protect the skin.

Wear cotton socks so that the heels do not break quickly.

To soothe your knees, soak your feet in warm water overnight for 15 minutes. Remove dead skin with a foot scraper. Apply apricot cream and wrap a soft bandage around the ankle. Overnight accommodation. Do this every day for a week.

Speaking of winter boots, use them.

In winters we start drinking less water, which leads to dehydration, so pay attention to your diet to keep your skin hydrated. Make sure to include fresh fruits and vegetables, fruit juices, etc. drink plenty of water.

SOURCE- Meri Saheli

DISCLAIMER: Tips and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purpose only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor before starting any kind of program or making any changes to your diet.