5 tips to protect your skin when the weather gets cold


Itchy, flaky, dry and red skin are all part of the cold winter months, but they don't have to cause any trouble for you this season. There are many ways to avoid the effects of cold weather on your skin. And most are easy to implement and continue to do during the long winter.

First, check out reneerouleau.com for information on all the beauty. Then read 6 more tips to protect your skin when the weather gets cold.

1. Continue using an SPF

Many women feel that they do not need to use an SPF cream during the long winter months. However, you must continue to use an SPF every day during the year. The sun's harmful rays can and will break through even the coldest and darkest days.

Protecting your exposed skin with an SPF lotion is easy and best for the long and cold winter days. Even if you are only going to be outdoors for a few moments, it is best to be protected from the sun.

2. Stay hydrated

Keeping your skin moist by drinking more water helps keep dry skin at bay. Most people do not drink as much water during the colder months. This causes the dry, flaky skin to appear, irritate and stop during the season.

If cold water is not your taste, try herbal tea, which is moisturizing and delicious during the cold weather months. Aim for eight ounces of glass of water and hot teas per day, just like in the warmer weather months.

3. Turn off the heat

It can be tempting to take a hot shower every morning, but when you do, you remove your skin from much-needed moisture. Try to take a hot shower or bath in the evening to avoid going out in the cold with damp skin.

You may also want to switch to a moisturizing or moisturizing body wash to keep moisture in your skin.

4. Invest in a humidifier

An humidifier will provide moisture to the dry air produced in your home when you use central heating or other types of heaters. Your skin needs extra moisture during the winter months and a humidifier will provide it by putting moisture into the air.

Just be careful with a humidifier and make sure you change water as often as the manufacturer's instructions say. This will keep the device clean as well as keep the air clean and fresh.

5. Change soap soaps

During the long winter months you may want to change the laundry soap for one without scents. You can also use one that does not contain dyes or other irritants. Wearing clean, soft and irritating clothing against the skin helps keep the skin soft and not itchy.

You should start your winter skin routine as soon as the leaves start to turn colors and the air starts to get crisp. Do not wait for the first cold button. Treat your skin with kindness now.

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