Winter skin care remedies

The chill of winter has returned, accompanied by bouts of dryness, allergies, itchiness, and redness on our bodies. So, how does one approach this beauty snafu in a wise and long-lasting manner? While we usually rely solely on moisturizers and creams, we completely overlook other factors that can also help to combat winter dryness and other skin issues.
Here are a few tips for people of all ages to help them deal with dry skin this winter.

1. Instead of using chemical moisturizers, use natural moisturizers such as butter, olive oil, coconut oil, and honey to pamper your skin.
2. Avoid cosmetics that cause dryness, such as matte drying lipsticks and powder blushes.
3. Fill your cosmetic bag with tinted lip balms and hydrating foundation. To keep your skin soft, use a cream based blush and a hydrating mist.

4. Learn how to make your own toners and scrubs. Dry skin would benefit from a mask made of a few drops of lemon juice, milk powder, and glycerin. These masks can be used once or twice a week to add glow and shine to your skin.
5. For dry and patchy skin, use Aloe Vera gel, which has deep moisturizing properties and helps to draw moisture from the environment to the skin.

6. In addition to topical products, a few oral supplements can help with dry skin. Collagen, sodium hyaluronate, antioxidants such as coenzyme Q 10, beta carotene, astaxanthin, glutathione, zinc, and selenium are among them. Oral supplements of essential fatty acids, such as flaxseed oil capsules, primrose oil capsules, cod-liver oil capsules, and omega 3,6,9 supplements, can also help improve skin hydration.

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