January 16, 2019 0 Comments
As the temperature drop, our skin tends to get dry and luminous glow from the sunshine seems like a distant memory. Hair also becomes brittle as it's exposed to heat, as well as cold. Basically winters, although festive and fun, can wreck havoc on your beauty games.
Here are few skincare rules to save your SKIN
So, keeping your skin moisturized is necessary for winters. The atmosphere makes the skin dry. Therefore, apply the moisturizer as much as possible before going out especially to retain skin's moisture. During winters you need to apply thicker formulas, like cream moisturizer will help in lock hydration. If you have oily or acne prone skin, be sure to check that the formula is non-comdeogenic. Always carry a lip balm to keep your lips moisturized and crack free.
If you notice your skin is more sensitive in winters YOU SHOULD avoid irritants like soaps, wipes and fragrances. Instead use soaps that are fragrance free, hypoallergenic products. Go for cleansers instead of soaps If you are having conditions like mild eczema, seborrheic dermatitis or acne, head over to a dermatologist. That will permanently improve your problems.
So let's make it clear sun creams are not only necessary for summer's tanning yourself on a beach. Although a lot of foundations, moisturizer and primers contain at least SPF 15, which is not probably enough protection for winters. Most aging and wrinkling of the skin is due to sun exposure and using sun protection will reduce the photo-aging process.
During winter months, chances are you'll be staying in a lot more. So, you are snuggled up on a sofa, we recommend quick DIY mask to combat dryness.
HONEY : When your skin is straight to look at, a honey mask can work wonders!! It bursting with anti oxidant that replenish your skin, it's also a natural humectant, that will draw moisture. So, simply apply a thin layer of honey directly on your face and lips, rub in circular motions and leave for 15 minutes. Rinse off with warm water and enjoy gorgeous looking skin.
AVOCADO : When celebs like Adriana Lima and Miranda Kerr use this $2 ingredient weekly, you know it has to be good. Avocado is rich in nutrients and vitamins that promote healthy skin.
We hope you enjoyed reading and do let us know if there are winter skin issues you want help in, in comments below.
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