Take Care of your Skin with Best Health Tips
The harsh winter climate and dry indoor air can leave your skin dry, dull, and itchy. This is because the cold wind causes a lack of moisture in the air when humidity levels fall. According to Akanksha Sharma, CEO & Co-Founder- CITTA, the combination of cold weather and the drying effects of indoor heating can leave anyone’s skin feeling dehydrated and more prone to dryness and peeling.
Treat your skin well and keep it Moisturised
Regaining your glow and winning the battle against dry, dull, lifeless skin should be at the top of your priority list. It’s no secret that winter is a beautiful season. But if you treat your skin well and keep it moisturised, nourished, and healthy during the cold months, it will be much more delightful. Maintaining a winter skincare regimen is simple. However, it is also important to be mindful of the skincare products you use and how consistently you use them.
“An excellent moisturizer is one of the essential components of your winter skincare arsenal since it replenishes the skin with essential lipids and restores hydration. Stay hydrated. Drink a lot of water every day. Also, look for natural hydrating ingredients like rose water, aloe vera, honey, coconut oil to lock in moisture and keep your skin moisturized and nourished,” said Akanksha Sharma.
Things to keep in mind during winters
- A face mist is a quick trick to bring in more moisture to the skin.
- Never forget your sunscreen.
- Moisturize your chapped lips and dry hands.
- Keep your body moisturized with the goodness of shea butter and nourishing oils.
- Avoid long and hot showers.
Keep this in mind while taking a warm bath
“Nothing beats a warm bath or a hot shower on a chilly winter morning, yet nothing can dry out your skin more than these baths. Try to keep the temperature between 37°C and 38.5°C. Follow a nutritious diet and exercise daily to boost natural radiance. Happy Winters!” the co-founder of CITTA said.