Arrival of winter comes with the notion to save your precious skin from getting dry and damaged.
You must have known the very basic tips to look after your skin in winters for a very long time from applying moisturizers, to not to use too hot water and going out fully clothed.
Let’s familiarize you with a different set of three key techniques to look after your skin this winter.
Each one of you knows how important it is to drink 8 glasses of water each day. Just drinking gallons of water is not enough for the dry skin in winters.
You have to put a little effort and treat yourself with other drinks like herbal tea and lemon juice. Have your morning coffee as per routine, and then make a cup of herbal tea during midday.
Imagine the sip of delicious mint, ginger, peppermint or chamomile herbal tea. It won’t only nourish your damaged skin but warm you up too.
Start your day with a glass of warm water mixed with few drops of lemon juice. It sort of detoxifies the skin.
You’ll be relieved to notice your skin glowing in no time.
Altering your overall diet when the seasons change makes complete sense. If you genuinely care about your skin in the cold season then bring in the seasonal fruits and vegetables.
Devour heartwarming hot vegetable soups filled with celery, broccoli, spinach, lettuce and tomatoes. Stock and the water content of these veggies will keep your skin fully hydrated.
When hungry, go for juicy fruits; pineapple, pear, orange, blueberries, cantaloupe and grapefruit. Also, you can take hot porridge for breakfast.
Tasty tender and rich in water content food will keep your body warm and the skin protected from turning red, itchy and dry.
You may have not read this tip to look after your skin in winter anywhere else. But here it is now.
The truth is it is difficult to stay active during winter. The morning are cold and evenings are chilly.
What you have to understand is that the more your keep your body cozy and warm, the less your skin will get affected from cold.
There’s no need to do workout daily. Just a couple of moves for 15 to 30 minutes three times a week for the sake of your skin would be more than enough.
Eat whole, drink water, stay active, love your skin!
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