Looking for ideas how to prevent dry skin during cold weather? how to protect your skin during winter season? Natural remedies for a glowing skin in winter season? Outfit trends brings answers to all these question in one infographic for you(courtesy Pureskintone).In the last post we talked about 6 Simple Skin Care Tips For Glowing Skin Every Girl Must know . In winter season we understand there are lot of precautions you got to adopt to protect your skin.
Style isn’t only about your wardrobe and your hair and makeup routine. It’s also about your physical health, which includes your skin. Skin is one of the first things people notice about you, so you want to make sure it stays beautiful, even in winter when lower temperatures and humidity make dryness a major possibility.Luckily, there are several ways you can combat the symptoms of dryness, which include peeling and flaking, cracking and soreness, redness and itching. Pureskintone offers ten excellent approaches, which if you follow regularly, should lead to significantly better skin in no time.
When outdoors, wear gloves to protect your hands and sun block to protect delicate facial skin from UV rays, which can penetrate cloud cover and cause sun damage even when it’s cold. At home, switch out your regular beauty products with winter-friendly alternatives, such as mild cleansers, hydrating face masks instead of clay ones, and mild soaps. Avoid over washing, using soap only when necessary, and moisturizing after every wash. Keep thermostat and water temperatures low to avoid stripping even more of your skin’s natural oils.
If these steps don’t work, it is time to set up an appointment with a dermatologist to figure out more extreme steps to take. You deserve beautiful skin, so don’t wait to get it!
Caz, aka Vixen, has been freelance creative writing for several years. She has a lot of experience in different fields including high street fashion, tattooing art, and even the gothic and historical costumes. Caz has a Diploma in Fashion and Textiles and also a Bachelors Degree in Historical Costume and Corsetry. Her passion lies with gothic design, corsetry and any other styles considered to be taboo or unusual. Style-wise Caz has a love for Vivienne Westwood and her take on the punk era. Although Caz loves the weird and wonderful, she has a deep love for all fashion and allows this to show through her work.