10 Tips To Keep Your Skin Looking Radiant And Blushing This Winter

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12:00 pm 23 Jan, 2016

With temperatures dropping bit by bit every day, winter is now finally in full swing. It is important to keep ourselves protected from the biting cold but pampering and fondling our skin is also equally essential. Wintertime is the worst for skin, particularly for those who have dry skin. Here are some tips for you on how to take care of your skin this chilling season to keep it plump and baby-soft!


1. Never forget to moisturize

Irrespective of whether you have a dry or oily skin, keeping it moisturized is a must at two occasions – first after bath and second at bed time.

2. Do not take a shower in boiling-hot water

The higher the temperature of the water, the more dryness and damage it will cause to your skin. Just keep it soothingly warm and enjoy your shower.


3. Apply an after-bath oil

Immediately after you take a shower/bath, apply a body lotion or body oil while your skin is still a little damp. It will help to lock the moisture in your skin.


4. No summers doesn’t mean no sunscreen

So these days you might be feeling pleasant under the sun but do not forget that skin exposure to sun is detrimental even in these chilling days! So make sure you apply a sunscreen 15 minutes before every time you step out.


5. Haven’t you tried glycerin yet?

A product with multiple benefits, glycerin is perhaps the best savior for your skin in these freezing times! You can apply it in pure form or in the form of various face packs easily available in the market.


6. Don’t forget to moisturize hands

The chilling water has been doing a lot of damage to hands and making them rough. Pamper yourself with a manicure and always apply a moisturizer to them every time you expose them to water.


7. Hot oil massages are a must

Tickle your scalp with a hot oil massage at least once in a week. Coconut oil would be the best for this season.


8. Heal your heels

Skin on feet and heels tends to get even more parched during winters and night is the best time to heal it. Dip them in warm water for a while and apply a heel repair cream or a petroleum jelly on them. It would be even more wonderful if you wrap them in some cotton cloth or bandage overnight. Do this every once in a while.


9. Water should still be your best friend

Oh its too cold! Yeah we know it is!! But doesn’t mean that you will skip that supremely important water diet you had been running after all summer. Drink 8-10 glasses of water each day.


10. Don’t be lazy! Get up and exercise

Even if a little bit, but exercising everyday will help to boost blood circulation and keep your skin (besides your body) in good health. It’s not necessary to go out in those chilling mornings. Just a little bit of indoor workout would be equally good.


11. Food plays a vital role

Markets are flooded with huge variety of fruits and vegetables in winters. So what are you waiting for? Also grab a few nuts and dry fruits along. Trust me it is a wonderful way to plum and pink cheeks.


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