5 Winter Skin Care Tips

Dry skin is a very common skin problem and is often worse during the winter when environmental humidity is low (i.e., “winter itch”).

It can occur at all ages and in people with or without other skin problems.

5 Winter Skin Care Tips:

1. Hydrate Your Body

First is hydrate yourself. Drink 10 to 12 glasses of water a day for your best health, and eventually it’ll help your skin.

2. Warm Bath

Second is your bath preference in winter. A lukewarm bath helps relieve dry and itching skin. Burning-hot bath actually breaks down the lipid barriers in the skin, which can lead to a loss of moisture.

3. Moisturize More

Next is moisturising your skin. For your skin care routine in winter find a moisturizer that’s oil-based, rather than water-based, as the oil will create a protective layer on the skin that retains more moisture than a cream or lotion.

4. Grease Up Your Feet

Petroleum jelly based applications are more beneficial for winter dry skin for your foot care.

5. Seek a Specialist

And finally, if you find no relief with this basic skin care management tips, please must visit your homeopathic doctor or other physician for proper care and treatment for your skin problems in winter weather.

Homeopathy has definite medicines for treating skin problems in WINTER based on your own symptoms.




4 thoughts on “5 Winter Skin Care Tips”

  1. Make sure that you derive an awesome experience with the fantastic sponge soaps. Such scented soaps have peppermint, tea tree oil and Bergamot, so that users derive the quintessential experience of a bath which also satiates their skin with apt nutrients. This soap has particles of a shower gel so that proper scrubbing can be done.

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    • Thanks Paula for information. Yes, I feel, sponge soaps are the new way of showering and bathing. You can exfoliate, massage, cleanse and moisturize your skin with a single product and be able to use it again and again.

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