Say Goodbye To Dry Skin This Winter With These 3 Useful Tips
Winters are here and while it’s a great season to have all fresh foods and visit some amazing places, there’s one thing that is a common concern for majority, and that is dry skin. Winters are known for making skin and hair dry as a result of which it lacks luster and also becomes very dull to look at and feel. However, here are three useful tips that can help you avoid dry skin this winter-
- Moisturize more, but choose the right moisturizer
It is quite obvious that to avoid dry skin, the first thing to do is make sure your skin is well moisturized all the time! However, the catch here is that although you may feel you have found the right moisturizer for your skin to use all throughout the year, you may be wrong! The moisturizer that works for your skin during summers and the spring, may not work for you during the cruel to skin winter season. So it is important that you zero upon a moisturizer that best works for your skin during the winter season and then use only that to keep your skin moisturized. You can also consult your dermatologist to figure out which moisturize would work best for your skin type.
- You still cannot say bye to sunscreen
If you think that sunscreens are only meant for summers to combat the effects of the harsh sun, it is time to think again! Sunscreen is your skin’s companion throughout the year, including winters, because even the winter sun can be quite harsh and damage your skin! So make sure you apply a sunscreen with a broader spectrum properly on your face as well as other exposed skin areas 30 minutes prior to leaving your house.
- Give extra attention to your hands
You may feel that your face is the main concern during the winter, but you would be surprised to know that your hands are the areas that need more attention. It is because the skin on your hands are thinner than your face, which is because not sufficient oil production happens in that area, leaving it dryer than your face. Hence, make sure to keep your hands too regularly moisturized, to avoid dryness and itchiness there.
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