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Beauty,  Skin Care

Healthy Skin care tips to follow this winter

Winter is spreading its charm everywhere in the world. For many of us, winter is the name of the smell of warmth, snow, sweaters, ice skates, and fun. But for many women, the worldwide beauty of winter brings many other questions. For instance, how do I prepare my skin for winter? What are the most useful and proven skin care tips for winter? How to make skin glow these winters? Trust me some of them are right there in your kitchen.

Its’ a natural feeling when everyone wishes to looks beautiful and graceful and this is when they search whole day for it. In the summer season, usually taking care of the skin feels easy. People use sun-blocks, oil control creams, etc. but when its winter, we typically don’t know what do with skincare aspects – and before we start doing anything, we already have dry, dull skin. Even the complete skin care routine matters!

Winter skin care Tips

In this article, I’ll guide all about winter skin care tips and tricks that will help skin glow in winter like never before.

Drink Plenty of Water:

We drink water more in summer seasons because of thirst, but we hardly drink a glass or two in winter. It happens because we don’t feel much thirsty. And these habits can lead to dehydration its effects on our skin and health condition. Our body needs more than eight glasses of water in summers, and in summer, the minimum number is six to seven. Less than it may cause slow damage to your body and skin. This is why it is among the top leading skin care tips. If it is hard for you to remember, set the alarm on your smart phone. Many applications help track the water intake and guide you to the right number of glasses per day.

Luke Warm Water:

Winter means hot water baths – but stop hot water eventually leads toward acute dryness on your skin. Enjoy the hot baths but make it mild hot or Luke warm water. Hot water causes to wash away the skin-softening factors; if possible, go for Luke warm water. It keeps the beneficial elements intact, and you may be lesser prone to dryness.

Moisturize your skin:

Apply moisturizing creams and lotions on your face for the best results. Try to use moisturizers that are rich with oil than others. Also, you can go for some home remedies which will keep you moisturized throughout the season. Use a moisturizer immediately after taking a bath. Please keep in mind that moisturizers for the face and body are different. So use the relevant one on your body parts.

Stop using Soap:

Soaps are not suitable for our skin and in winters try to avoid them at maximum. Soap ingredients like alcohol, sulfate, and other harsh chemicals tend to leave skin dry. It is better to use a good quality cleanser. Choose the product which contains moisturizing ingredients like glycerin, aloe vera, honey, and butter. Products rich with vitamin E are useful to nourish your skin in winters.

Veggies and hydrating foods:

Munch on vegetables and hydrating food in winter. Cucumber, carrots, and pumpkin in vegetables and oranges and citrus in fruits are excellent nutritious food for your skin. Boost your consumption of vitamins iron and Omega 3 adds some iron with spinach. Make your plate rich with green, yellow, and orange foods, and enjoy healthy and glowing skin throughout the winters. Every fruit and vegetable-rich with water and vitamins are the best choices for the winter season.


Many people tend to wear sunscreen when they are going out in summer. Winter sun rays are equally harmful to our skin. Not to mention pollution – that alone is enough to cause pigmentation and dryness on our skin. Use branded and approved sun-block even the weather is cloudy. After your thirties, a sun-block with SPF 50 or above works best.


Exfoliating at least once a week is necessary to keep skin glowing in winters.

Natural home remedies:

To keep skin glow in winters, you can go for branded lotions and creams along with natural items that come right from the kitchen and make your skin glow like never before. Natural home remedies help keep your face look fresh, younger, and light for a more extended period. Few natural winter masks are:

Coconut oil:

Virgin organic Coconut oil is a miraculous ingredient to keep your skin away from dryness. It also helps to make you look younger and rejuvenates the skin. Apply coconut oil in your hairs and massage your face daily or thrice in a week to reverse any signs of skin damage and start looking young.

Face masks:

Numerous natural face masks help you stay away from skin problems in winter like

Almond oil & Aloe vera:

Aloe vera helps to rejuvenate the skin and make it smooth and clean. A face wash having aloe vera extracts is helpful, but this mask will give you short and long term results.

Take 8 to 10 drops of almond oil with on Tablespoon of aloe vera gel. Blend it well between your palms. Now apply and rub the mixture on your face. Rub it in circular motions for 15 minutes and then leave it overnight. Wash it the next day, and you will find your face incredibly soft, fresh, and glowing.

Honey and carrot pack:

This face pack will help you to lighten the dull and patchy skin signs. Carrot contains beta-carotene, which acts as a moisturizer for your skin. This face mask will also help to remove dead skin cells. To use, take one tablespoon of honey and mix it well with carrot (peeled and pureed). Apply the mask on your face and wash it after 15 minutes. You will instantly feel a soft and younger boost.

Raw milk with papaya:

Papaya is rich with minerals and makes skin soft. On the other hand, milk provides hydration and rich with Vitamin E that moisturizes the skin. To use – take half papaya rip and cut it, then mash with the help of a fork. Mix it with raw milk and prepare a thick texture. Apply on your face and neck and leave until it dries. Wash with Luke warm water and feel the difference.

Let’s wrap it up:

Skin needs care regularly. Glowing skin in winter needs hydration, moisturizer, and little care daily. Stay glowing!

Hey, everybody reading out there. This is me as mentioned above "Maira". I am not really a blogger, but a writer. My passion for writing has actually brought me here to start up with my own blog. So be ready when you intend to find out what's trending.

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