Winter Skin Care
The winter months are once again upon us and with the winter comes
dreadful skin irritation and dryness. But this winter instead of
just watching your skin lose its shine and lustre, why not try
combating the effects of winter weather on your skin.
The cold, dry air is harmful to your skin's natural oils. So by
getting enough sleep, moisturising and hydrating
with a great moisturising day
a exfoliating face polish and an
cream, we can stop the winter weather skin breakdown.
Not only do our bodies need sufficient amounts of sleep, so does our
skin. Sleep in general allows our body to
rejuvenate. Without enough sleep, the skin will grow dry and
haggard. So six to eight hours restful sleep, can and will improve
the look and
our skin, as well as, all other body functions.
Rest can rehydrate the skin but moisturisers are great for keeping
moisture in the skin. It is
important to also use a body
exfoliant as well as a body moisturiser
all over the body after showering or
bathing. The oils in the lotion will trap water in the skin,
naturally increasing the skin's hydration.
Our skin naturally sheds layers constantly. Due to low humidity
levels during the winter months, this shedding becomes more
prevalent and noticeable.
While this is not harmful to the skin, it can lead to scaly and
pealing patches, especially on the face. A weekly
of the top layer of facial skin, will help to bring back
lustre and radiance that the winter months take away.
While moisturisers work wonders for skin hydration, nothing is as
good as hydrating the skin tissue from within. During winter months,
consuming plenty of water during the day will bring back new
life to the skin. We must remember that water is hydration for skin
The winter months are usually barren and cold, and sweating is one
of the main irritants to the skin during the winter months. To stop
the skin from sweating, try dressing in multiple layers of clothing,
this will allow you to peel off layers when needed and reapply as
Taking care of your skin during the winter months, is as important
as summer skin care with it's wrinkle prevention. Low humidity
levels cause skin dryness and peeling, while sweating may irritate.
Follow these simple five tips for winter skin care and you will jump
into spring with lustrous radiant skin.