Winters are not as pleasant for our skin as they are to us. So, we need to specially care for it. Scan for some cool tips to get a glowing skin in winters.
Dry and dull skin is a common problem faced by people during winters. The cold and windy weather along with exposure to drastic temperature changes tend to leave skin drier than usual.
This article brings to you some useful tips for clearer skin in winter.
Get at least eight hours per night to sleep. Your skin, hair and nails show signs of sleep deprivation by becoming dull and dry, and your nails can become brittle. Hence, retire early, and remember to increase the ability to fall asleep by relaxing your mind at least an hour before you retire; this includes skipping evening caffeine and turning off electronics an hour before bedtime.
Do not hang on with your cosmetics until the metal bottom surfaces, especially if you don't use them often. Replace old cosmetics from time-to-time to keep your skin healthy.
Our skin constantly renews itself, but during winters, the dead cells cling to the surface of the skin. As a result, the skin looks dull, flaky and lifeless.
Cold and short winter days can make you feel sluggish and busy. Don’t make winters an excuse to be lazy. Make sure that you hit the gym at least three times a week; this will help you maintain the hard earned fit body and make your skin healthy. When you exercise, your body starts to sweat and your skin will thereby, look the way you want it to i.e. clear and healthy.
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