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What are the best skin care tips in winter?

Srijana Pandey

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OF course, winter is coming and we have to do double skincare. The cold breeze of winter reminds me of the cozy holiday season, the quilted jackets, that pinkish glow on the cheeks wondering someone uttering ‘Googly Woogly Woosh’! Isn’t it that we all fantasize about this since we saw the Pond’s ads in our childhood?
Well, now wake up! Besides the many joys that winter offers to our souls, it poses a bit of a challenge when it comes to our body especially our skin. The dryness of winter robs the natural glow of the skin making it appear dull, flaky, and rough. Thus, it calls out for the need of hydrating the skin.
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In winter use a cream-based cleanser, and apply astringents and toners only sparingly, if ever. Astringents are often laced with alcohol, which may cause further drying of your skin. If your skin is dry and itchy Itchy and dry, the AAD recommends that you stay clear of cosmetics that are made up of alcohol or scents to aid in the retention of the natural oil it produces. After a night out, apply an oil-based moisturizer that is more nourishing on your face.


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You need to moisturize your skin on correct time for the extra care of the skin in winter days. Using moisturizer frequently after taking a bath while your skin is damp allows the moisturizer to get absorbed within skin properly that helps you to prevent dryness and the dullness of the skin.

Rachel Dowson

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Do not rinse under continuous water flow for more than 10 minutes. Otherwise, it will destroy the natural oils on the skin. It is also very harmful to skin care in winter. Choose warm water instead of very hot water, because it will be washed with hot water for a long time. Will accelerate the loss of skin oil.