Is your Skin Ready for Winter?- Winter Skin Care Regimes

Hey! Winter is just a few weeks away and I am sure that you have a lot to do to get ready for this glorious season.

While most of us would think about shopping to get ready of the seasonal change (not to mention the holiday season) we also need to take care of our skin in order to look gorgeous.



It’s not difficult to take care of your skin in winter; all you need to do is prepare it for the change and you will have flawless skin throughout the season.

In order to prepare your skin for winter you need to take care of it before the cold winds begin to blow. Avoid long hot baths when the winds get cold; the hot water will strip the oils from your skin and thus a warm bath or shower will prove beneficial.



Don’t use a loofah or a scrub too often on your skin in winter as your skin will bruise easily in this season. Avoid using exfoliating bath scrubs too often; use moisturizing bath gels and scrubs instead. This will help to add extra moisture to your skin and help to keep your skin nourished and healthy.

While it is important to moisturize your skin externally nourishing it from within will help too. Drink plenty of water in winter in order to keep your skin well hydrated; water will also increase the elasticity of the skin and prevent signs of aging from creeping on your skin.

Drink plenty of fruit juices too; it helps to increase hydration and also loads your body with vitamins and minerals that prove to be beneficial to your skin.



You must pay keen attention to your feet in winter. This is the season when your feet tend to get cold and thus you need to pamper it in order to prevent the skin from getting dry and dehydrated.

One of the easiest ways to take care of this condition is to use a rich moisturizer on your feet before you jump into bed at night; wear socks to lock in the moisture and you will have gorgeous feet every morning.

It is very important to take care of your skin in winter else you will suffer from rashes and bacterial infections.



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