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How to Take Care of Your Skin During Winters

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The Winter season is one of the most soothing seasons, where there is no heat irritation, neither sudden rain stress. This season has a different beauty on its own. But one thing that needs extreme attention is your skin during winter.

Most people experience dry and rough skin during the winter season and are unable to take good care of it. Here are some tips you can follow to take care of your skin during winter.

1. Use lukewarm water

We all love having a good hot shower during winters but does your skin loves that? No, absolutely not!

Hot showers dry your skin quickly and if you do not moisturize it immediately, your skin can develop cracks and winter eczema. Hence it is advisable to use lukewarm water to wash your face or to even take a shower.

Once you have taken a lukewarm shower, apply a moisturizer that contains hyaluronic acid and ceramides. This will keep the moisture barrier intact and prevent dryness.

2. Stay hydrated

Drinking lots of water is very important during winter whether you are home or outside. It is extremely important to keep your skin hydrated since the air is drier in winter and as a result, water evaporates from your body easily.

3. Use products according to your skin

It is very important to use products according to your skin type. Not everyone has the same type of skin and hence you must know your skin type and the product best suited for it.

What did wonders to your skin during summers may not work during winters? And that’s why you need to change your skincare products accordingly. Avoid masks and peels, astringent lotions, and any product that contains alcohol as they make your skin dry during the winter.

4. Protect your skin

When you are stepping out in winter make sure you are covering your skin properly from the cold wind, snow, or rain. Don’t forget to apply sunscreen, even if the sun rays aren’t that strong but they still have UV rays that are harmful to your skin.

5. Have a regular skincare routine

You need to have a skincare routine to have healthy glowing skin. The routine can be a very basic one like cleansing and moisturizing but it needs to be regular and consistent.

You can follow a basic routine where you need to apply a light daily moisturizer to lock the moisture in after washing your face in the morning. And at night, use a heavy moisturizer or overnight cream. This should be done on damp skin because just-washed skin absorbs moisture better.

6. Take care of your diet and exercise

During winter, it is very important to take care of what you eat. If you have sensitive skin then it is better to consult a dermatologist to get a plan for your skin as chances are high that you may suffer acne which in turn leads to acne scar.

Besides eating healthy, you must consume a lot of seasonal fruits and veggies. Berries are a rich source of vitamins and antioxidants that your skin needs to stay healthy during the cold weather. Strawberries, grapes, blueberries, raspberries, or cherries – pick anything you love.

Moreover, if you think that you are missing out on the hydration part (limited water intake), you can cover that up with fruits, veggies, and other food items such as soups, salads, juices, and milk. In this way, your body will get the nutrients to keep the skin healthy. With all this, you need to follow a regular exercise.

Final thoughts

Our skin demands extra care during the winter season. We all know that the winter season makes us feel cozy and don’t let us leave our blankets but you need to get up and exercise for your skin. During the winter, the oil and sweat glands in your body and the blood vessels constrict a bit. This makes it hard for your skin to keep itself healthy and glowing naturally, and that’s why it needs your help.

These were few tips from the best Skin Specialist in Gurgaon Mr. Garekar which you can follow to take care of your skin and keep it healthy during winters!

Martin

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