Updated: Aug 29
Winter is here, with winter comes dryness and cold air. Cold and dry air can leave your skin extremely flaky and also can cause itchiness, irritation and redness. It is time for us to prep our skin for the seasonal change. It is best to make some simple everyday changes in your skincare routine to help your skin adjust to seasonal change. Here are some effective tips that can go a long way in preventing the cold weather from taking a toll on your skin: Keep It Lukewarm We all love to take long hot water shower in winter to keep warm this season but the best is lukewarm temperature since using too hot water dries out the skin completely. Moisturizer Is Very Important Winter is the time you amp up your moisturizer usage and moisturize more frequently. Moisturizers prevents flaking and dry skin. Use a really good moisturizer to keep your skin moisturized and soft. A moisturizer infused with skin-friendly minerals can help prevent dry and chapped skin, offering it a smooth and youthful finish. Use a lip balm also to moisturize your lips. Stay Hydrated Keep sipping on water to ensure your skin doesn't dry out and is moisturized from the inside. Make a habit of carrying a water bottle everywhere you go, including at work as it acts as a reminder to stay hydrated. Do Not Forget To Exfoliate Winters can have a major effect on the skin. You should take the time to exfoliate your face as well as your body to remove the dead cells away and make your skin clear and moisturize. You should Exfoliate your face at least once a week go for GINSENG + APRICOT FACE REFRESHER and the rest of your body THE TEA TREE SCRUB is highly recommended. Pamper yourself at Spa There is no better idea than a spa treatment this winter season to not only pamper but also to protect your skin. Rough, dry skin and cracked heels are common in winters. The best way to get rid of these problem is a rich oil massage. Go for ULTIMATE AROMATHERAPY is highly recommended this will help in better circulation reduces tension, moisturize and nourish your skin.