1- Do not neglect to moisturize your skin If you dry
Dress and continue your normal routine as you get out of the shower, you will miss a very important step that will help your skin stay happy and moist in cold weather.
Instead, it’s best to apply your moisturizing body lotion right after getting out of the shower. Your skin is most moist when wet, and most moisturizers work best when the skin is not completely dry. Also, make sure to be extra generous on all areas with thicker skin, such as elbows and knees, as these stains tend to dry up more.
2- If you use soap in the winter, the pH balance of the skin may be disturbed.
During the winter months, soap may disrupt the sensitive pH balance of your skin and cause your body to lose the good bacteria it needs. Instead, try washing your favorite bar or liquid soap with something a little more delicate in the colder months of winter, such as a natural gel made with shea butter or coconut oil. These oils can help remove dirt and dead skin cells without breaking the skin barrier.
3- It is important to maintain the peeling balance in winter.
Gentle exfoliation will help you remove dead skin cells and bring new ones to the surface. Moreover, peeling is directly proportional to moisturizing. Getting rid of dead cells on the skin surface allows your lotion to have more effect.
Of course there is always a good balance in skin care. Likewise, harsh exfoliation at this time of year can be harmful, breaking the skin barrier you need.
4- Don’t forget your lips
The winter months are particularly harsh on your delicate lips because it dries 10 times faster than the rest of our skin, so using extra protection is really important. First, don’t lick your lips. This causes your lips to dry more in harsh weather conditions. Instead, you can use vaseline, essential oils or soothing ointments such as glycerin or balm.
5- Do not neglect to moisturize your
hands as well. If you make the mistake of ignoring them, your hands may get hit in winter. In addition to the dry heat inside and the cold weather outside, you probably wash your hands too much, which is causing problems. So the best way to get rid of lumpy skin this winter is to start using a moisturizer before your hands show signs of dryness. What’s more, you should moisturize your hands at least five times a day during the colder months. Finally, when going out, it’s a good idea to use gloves to protect your hands from the cold.
6- If you don’t drink enough water, your skin will dry out
While hydration is important to your overall health, it can also make your skin look and feel its best. Without adequate water intake, the skin looks dull and wrinkles and pores are more pronounced. Proper hydration levels help the skin to plump and increase elasticity. In other words, make sure you drink enough water even if you don’t feel hot. Your body and skin need this.
7- Pay attention to hair care
Like every part of your body, your scalp is affected by cold air and artificial indoor temperature in winter. If your scalp is itchy and dry, it is most likely due to the overproduction of dead skin cells due to pH imbalance. Fortunately, you can fix this problem without much effort. You can use a moisturizing conditioner with rich oils to moisturize and nourish your scalp, as well as apply some aloe vera or apple cider vinegar to your scalp with a cotton pad to help balance the pH levels.
8- Do not use the same foundation in summer or winter.
Tıpkı her yıl cilt bakım rutininizi değiştirmeniz gerektiği gibi, makyajınızın da kış aylarında yenilenmesi gerekir. Bu amaçla, yaygın bir cilt hatası yapmamak için yüz makyajınızı ve fondöteninizi değiştirme zamanı. Yapmanız gereken ilk ve en önemli şey, fondöteninizin tonunu değiştirmek.
Kışın, soğuk kuru havaya karşı, esnek, sağlıklı ve ışıltılı tutmak için nemlendirici etkili bir fondöten istersiniz. Bu, kışın fondöteninizin daha taze, daha doğal ve pürüzsüz görünmesini sağlamanın iyi bir yoludur.
9- Oily skin also needs moisturizing
If you have oily skin, you may be believing that in the winter you don’t need to add additional hydration to your routine. But when you don’t moisturize your skin, it can become even more oily. Instead, be careful to choose fat-free ingredients.
You may also need to change your skincare routine. For example, you can choose mild cleansers containing hydroxy acids and retinols while exfoliating your skin. This helps to control excess oil that accumulates on the skin without causing irritation.