Your Quick Guide To Preventing Skin Dryness In Winter

The Simple Way To Avoiding Dry Skin In Winter Your skin will be dry in the winter due to the cold and low air moisture content. Using moisturiser can aid in resolving this problem, but you should also consider taking care of your skin to avoid more serious problems including eczema, psoriasis, flare-ups of eczema, and winter rash. 

 According to Stuti Sethi, Senior Marketing Manager at Plum, harsh water and selecting hot showers make your skin parched and dehydrated in addition to low humidity and dry indoor air. When it comes to winter body care, sticking to strict routines becomes crucial and significantly enhances one's capacity for self-care. Stuti gives some skincare tips this year to keep your skin glowing and healthy.

In order to soothe skin and prevent over-drying, start by adjusting the temperature of the water in your showers; keep it warm rather than hot.

Before using a body scrub to exfoliate during a shower, start with a gentle, non-drying body cleanser or shower gel.

Your skin should be massaged with high-quality body butter and oils. Finish your procedure by applying some hand and foot cream because people sometimes forget to do so!

One of the most efficient and effective ways to both protect and rejuvenate your skin is by using body oil. The widely available and inexpensive coconut oil is a clear winner for treating dry skin during the winter.

Many people think body oils smell bad and are excessively oily. Yet, the nourishing properties of the oils intensely hydrate your skin, giving it an instant glow and a moisturised, healthy sensation.

It's important to take care of your dietary intake in addition to taking care of your body by using body care products. A must-have are leafy green vegetables and winter superfoods like dates, bajra, jaggery, and ghee. Winter causes a decrease in water consumption, but it's still important to stay hydrated for better skin and overall health.



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