“I wonder if the snow loves the trees and fields that it kisses them so gently? And then it covers them up snug, you know, with a white quilt; and perhaps it says, ‘Go to sleep, darlings, till the summer comes again.'”
- Lewis Carroll
Winter is so beautiful and everyone has to go through it. But it is up to you that how you spend days on winter.
The most important thing is to make your skin bright like a morning sunshine which is pure and good. Today I am here to give you many tips about skin how you can glow and feel fresh.
TYPES OF SKIN
There are mainly 3 types of skin and I am going to talk about them it doesn’t matter whatever skin you have just treat it in a positive way because there are also many advantages
so now the question arises….what type of facewash we should use in winter.
believe me, I also have a oily skin and you know I am glad to have it
in winter oily skin is the best one because we don’t need any moisturizer cream because our skin works itself as a moisturizer. and about facewash, I should prefer you to use foam facewash Foaming cleansers are satisfying. Foaming cleansers can make your skin feel squeaky clean. Foaming cleansers can give oily skin types a welcome oil-free break.
tips: clean your face with warm water it will open your pores and then splash normal water on your face it will clean your pores then clean your face with a soft cloth and don’t rub your face just press and dry your skin.
HOW TO CARE
- Don’t use much moisturizer.
- Don’t use too much facewash.
- use sunlight protection cream.
This skin type is not too dry or not too oily with this skin you should not have big pores on your face
You can also make decisions based on your personal preference. You may like somewhat more enriched or creamy-feeling products while others with normal skin may prefer weightless fluid-textured products. Or you may want a lightweight daytime moisturizer but are fine using a richer cream at night. When skin is normal, texture preference is more about options than necessity.
Mostly what you want to avoid are products that will cause problems, creating a skin type you don’t want. If you’re using products that contain skin-aggravating ingredients or you’re using abrasive scrubs or stiff-bristled cleansing brushes, you will be damaging your skin. This throws your naturally normal complexion into a state of disorder you definitely want to avoid!
HOW TO CARE
The best possible way to care for normal skin is to follow the basics every skin type needs, including daily use of a gentle, effective cleanser, toner loaded with skin-replenishing ingredients, a non-irritating hydrating AHA or BHA exfoliant, sunscreen with SPF 30 or greater that also includes antioxidants, and a beautifully formulated moisturizer with skin-restoring ingredients and skin-soothing ingredients.
Whether it is caused by ageing, an underlying skin condition, or environmental factors, having dry skin can be uncomfortable and itchy
Dry skin, also called xerosis, is skin that lacks moisture in its outer layer. If left untreated, dry skin can crack and become infected. Keeping dry skin moisturized is important, but some store-bought treatments can be expensive or ineffective.
Various studies have found honey to be:
These are all qualities that suggest honey is an ideal at home treatment to relieve dry skin. It is completely natural and can be applied directly to the skin.
Aloe vera gel may help provide relief from dry skin, according to a 2003 study.
A person with dry skin on their hands or feet can apply aloe vera gel and cover the affected area with a sock or glove. People may prefer to do this before they go to bed and leave the gel on all night.
If dry skin is on another area of the body, applying aloe vera gel liberally and allowing it to soak in may achieve a similar effect.
Applying emollients and moisturizers regularly after bathing helps prevent dry skin. People can also prevent dry skin by avoiding things that may trigger dryness or irritation, including:
- scratching their skin
- excessive air conditioning
- shaving using a blunt razor or without shaving gel
- bathing or showering too often
- rubbing skin too hard when towel drying
- bathing or showering in water that is too hot
- using lotions that contain alcohol
- wearing clothes that rub the skin
- frequent contact with detergents
- sitting under direct heat from a heater or fire
- staying outside in windy conditions without covering the skin
WHEN TO SEE A DOCTOR
If environmental factors or ageing is not the cause of dry skin, a person may have an underlying skin condition. If a person suspects this is the case, then they should speak to a doctor.
If home remedies and store-bought moisturizers do not alleviate the symptoms of dry skin, a person may also wish to speak to a pharmacist about over-the-counter treatments.
It is important to keep skin moisturized and to treat dry skin as soon as possible. If left untreated, dry skin can lead to:
- red patches
- bacterial infection