How to protect your skin from winter?

Winter is coming… Keeping and maintaining healthy skin is a real challenge in the winter. If you are finding it hard to keep your skin healthy, Natually recommends some natural health care tips to protect your skin at ease. The main pain point in maintaining the skin is loss of moisture from the skin which could result in itchy and dry skin resulting in the causes of psoriasis, eczema, and many other skin problems. Here are some of the skincare tips to keep your skin healthy and winter problems completely


  • Avoid Hot showers:
  • People love to have a hot shower, particularly when the temperature is icy cold. But a hot shower is not an ideal choice for skin as hot water dries very quickly without moisturizing the body, resulting in the development of skin cracks. 


    1. 2. Staying hydrated throughout the day.

    Whether you are sitting inside your home or roaming outside, Air is very drier in winter which results in the evaporation of water from the skin in a rapid manner. Make sure to keep your body hydrated by drinking plenty of water. If possible, install a humidifier to keep your skin happy. 


    1. Choose the right skincare products for your skin

    Skin care products which keep your skin perfect in the summer might not be apt for winter. Try to use mild skin care products which contain hyaluronic acid, hydration serums, and glycerin which helps in reducing the moisture barrier in the skin.

    1. Protect your skin from damage :

    Try to wear coats/gloves to protect your skin, while stepping out from the snow. Don’t forget to apply sunscreen, as the UV rays, might even damage you during the winter. 


    1. Don’t exfoliate the skin in winter:

     Exfoliation helps to remove the dead skin cells present in the body. But exfoliating the skin often will expose the inner layer of your skin to cold which results in the vicious circle of skin damage. It‘s recommended to exfoliate the skin only once a week in the winter.  


    1. Don’t forget to apply moisturizer to your hands and leg.

    The upper hand and upper part of the legs seem to have fewer oil glands compared to other parts of the body. Apply the moisturizer when ever you go to prevent the impacts of snow winds during the winter.

    1. Avoid wearing wet clothes for a long period of time :

    Wearing wet clothes after going out in the winter will irritate your skin and make your skin itchier comparatively. Try to remove the wet socks, gloves, and shoes whenever possible when you reach your home.

    1. Avoid things that irritate your skin :

    In winter, your skin is extremely fragile, which leads to the allergy and other symptoms. Try to avoid the things which irritate your skin and take care of your skin in a healthy manner. 

    1. Don’t avoid sunglasses:

    For the people who live in places where extreme snow is present. Try to wear sunglasses always as it prevents the UV rays which cause brown spots, fine lines, and other issues in your skin. 










     

     


     

     



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