Winter Skin Care… 35+ Easy Tips, so that your skin does not get affected by the cold weather! (Winter Skin Care Guide: 35+ Easy Tips For Healthy Skin)

Are you the dream of open eyes or the reality of closed eyelids… a gust of cold wind or the mischief of rainy season… the fragrance of roses or the delicacy of tuberose… you look beautiful in every season, how do you protect your beauty… as soon as the weather changes, it first affects our skin, so it is important that your skin care routine also changes with the change in weather, so that your skin remains healthy and glowing in every season! What to do, what not to do? – Skin becomes more dry in winter and due to this, the skin also needs more moisturizing. – The moisturizer that you use in summer, do not use the same in winter as well. – It would be better to take oil based moisturizer, whose protective oily layer will protect your skin from dryness. – If you want to apply oil for moisturizing, then apply such oil, which does not block the pores, like avocado oil or almond oil. – Do apply sunscreen, because we often think that it is not necessary to apply sunscreen in winter, but do not do this, sunscreen is necessary in every season. – The skin of the lips is also very dry in winter, for this take a little cream, a few drops of lemon juice and rose water and mix them all and apply on the lips every night before sleeping. – Use lukewarm water instead of very hot water for bathing. – Massage with coconut oil before bathing or apply coconut oil. – If you want, you can also massage with almond oil before bathing. – Massaging with turmeric cream before bathing is also a good option. This prevents the skin from becoming more dry. The healing properties of turmeric make the skin smooth and also heal dehydrated skin. – You can add a few drops of glycerin or herbal oil, such as tea tree oil etc., in the bath water, this will maintain the natural moisture of the skin. – If you want, you can also take a bath by adding 2 cups of milk to the bath water. The fat and lactic acid present in milk makes the skin soft and supple. – 2 tablespoons of olive oil can also be added to bath water. It is helpful in getting rid of dry skin. – Mix a few drops of lemon juice and rose water, 1 tablespoon olive oil and orange juice, 1 egg yolk and apply 15 minutes before bathing. – Immediately after bathing, apply body lotion, cream or oil, this will lock the moisture and the skin will remain hydrated for a long time. – Packs containing avocado extract and olive oil are best in winters. – Make a pack by mixing curd, buttermilk and cream and massage with it. – Apply petroleum jelly on the part where you feel more dryness, because for those whose skin is more dry, petroleum jelly is a good option. – Do not apply face masks and face packs that reduce the natural oil of the face in winters. – Exfoliate the face with a light scrub, this will remove dead skin and make the face bright, and moisturizer will also penetrate the pores in a better way. – Use mild skin products instead of skin products with strong chemicals. Similarly, strong chemicals in bath soaps also harm the skin. Use mild body wash instead. – If you want, use a paste of gram flour and curd instead of soap and if you have to use soap, then use a soap that has more moisture content or has glycerin or natural oils. – Massage with aloe vera pulp, it also has healing properties and is rich in antioxidants, due to which skin cells keep renewing. – To nourish the skin, apply cream containing vitamin A and E. – Avoid using any alcohol-based product in winters. – Avoid mud packs. Use oil-based packs and cleansing milk instead. – Massage with coconut oil or sunflower oil before sleeping at night. These oils are rich in natural fatty acids, which moisturize the skin. – After working in water, apply hand cream or lotion, because the skin of hands is very thin and there are less oil glands there. – For the skin of hands, mix a little sugar in lemon juice and scrub the hands. Its soft effect makes the skin of hands soft and also brings shine to the skin. – For rough and dry skin of elbows, use a scrub of honey and sugar. – Vitamin E oil and aloe vera are the best moisturizers for hands and feet. If you want, you can also use lavender oil. Mix a few drops of it in your regular moisturizer or cream and use it. – While getting manicure-pedicure done, add natural oils to the water. – Wear hand gloves, so that the skin can be protected. – Wear cotton socks, this will prevent your heels from cracking quickly. – For cracked heels, soak your feet in lukewarm water for 15 minutes at night. Remove dead skin with a foot scraper. Apply apricot cream and wrap a soft cloth around your heels like a bandage. Leave it overnight. Do this daily for a week. – Special winter shoes are available for winters, use them. – We start drinking less water in winters, which leads to lack of moisture, so take full care of your diet to keep the skin hydrated. Make sure to eat fresh fruits and vegetables, fruit juices etc. Drink plenty of water. – Pari Sharma Also read: 20 best face packs, which will give your skin (…)

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