6 tips to deal with winter skin
To be honest, chilly winter climate doesnt do any skin favours All of a sudden your hands and feet turn like sand paper and may find yourself wondering since when is eyebrow dandruff even a thing
To be honest, chilly winter climate doesn’t do any skin favours. All of a sudden your hands and feet turn like sand paper and may find yourself wondering since when is eyebrow dandruff even a thing?
Believe it or not, dermatologists have the same winter skin problems, and they have to deal with them. Just like the rest.
Here are the six tips to deal with the winter skin:
1)Cleanse without drying out the skin: wash your face with a hydrating cleanser. Make sure the face wash is a hydrating one. Especially in winter time not to strip the skin of essential oils.
2) Rejuvenate skin with mask for moisture:
Sheet masks allow rejuvenating ingredients to really soak into the skin.
3) Moisturise, Moisturise, Moisturise
The best thing one can do in winter is to pamper their skin by moisturising. As your skin needs when humidity drops. Everyone has a different routine to do it. But a pro tip is to use a moisturising body wash, then further apply a deep moisturising lotion of your choice.
4) Don’t step out without a sunscreen
A sunban is Mandatory in winter. Though the myth that there is less sun in winter is so untrue. Sun protection everyday is compulsory.
5) Apply a antioxidant serum:
By applying an antioxidant serum it helps brighten your skin by blocking the production of abnormal pigmentation. Serum have been shown to increase the production of collagen and elastin or the proteins that are responsible for the firmness and elasticity.
6) Always carry a lip balm: almost all of our derms agreed that chapped lips are a fact of life during winter but by regularly applying a hydrating balm, they do what they can to stay ahead of the dryness.
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