Hydrate for Your Health, Not for Your Skin
You must know it and heard it thousands of times. Plenty of water helps your skin look young; In fact it’s a myth. Water is good for your health and skin especially in the dry winter when your skin needs moisturizer. Most of the people don’t drink the right amount of water.
Grease up Your Feet
Those minty lotions are lovely in the hot summer months but in the dry winter you will need strong product to protect your feet. Use lotion containing petroleum jelly or glycerin instead. Exfoliate to remove dead skin cells helping your skin retain moisturizer.
Pace the Peels
Skip the products those can strip vital oil from your skin like harsh peels, masks, and alcohol-based toners or astringents if your facial skin is absolutely dry. An alcohol less toner and deeply hydrating mask could be better than a cleansing milk or mild foaming cleanser. These products tend to draw moisture out of the face.
Ban Superhot Baths
Dipping in a burning hot-bath feel awesome after playing out in the cold. But the intense heat of a hot shower actually breaks down the lipid barriers in the skin, which is a reason to a loss of moisture. It’s better to go off with just warm water, and staying in the water a shorter amount of time. A Luke warm bath with oatmeal or baking soda can let you have a good feel to your dry itchy skin. Keep re-applying moisturizer and if the techniques don’t work consult with a dermatologist. You might be prescribed with lotion to fight with dry skin or different treatment if you have a condition of not just simply dry skin.
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