Pamper Dry Winter Skin: 6 Tips for Washing and Moisturizing


Pamper Dry Winter Skin: 6 Tips for Washing and Moisturizing

   

Cold weather and low humidity cause drier air and as a result, it can suck the moisture out of your skin. But with a little extra care, you can maintain a glow even in the winter time.

1. Wash with lukewarm water.

When it’s cold outside, it can be tempting to take a hot bath or shower. But hot water can suck the moisture out of your skin. Instead, wash with luke warm water which doesn’t leech moisture from your skin like hot water.

2. Moisturize immediately after bathing.

Make sure you moisturize your skin immediately after bathing to replace the moisture that you’ve lost. Additionally, you can coat your skin with coconut oil 5 minutes before bathing to add an extra layer of moisture protection.

3. Wear scarves to protect your skin from harsh winter wind.

The harsh winter wind can cause damage to your skin. That’s why it’s important to protect your skin by covering up. If you do get windburn, Zax’s Facial Redness Cream can dramatically reduce redness.

4. Use a humidifier.

In the wintertime, using a humidifier especially in your bedroom, is a great way to add moisture to the air while you sleep.

5. Wear moisturizer at night.

Choose a heavy duty night time moisturizer to protect your skin at night. It should be thicker than your daytime moisturizer because you won’t be wearing any makeup over it.

6. Try a DIY moisture mask.

Try this hydrating avocado mask. The healthy fats and vitamin E are great for smoothing your skin. In fact, vitamin E is an excellent ingredient to look for in your favorite topical creams because it reduces inflammation and rejuvenates aging skin.

Sara Novak is a Natural Health Care Expert for Zax Health. Follow her on Twitter at @sarafnovak