Winter Care for all skin
The Winter Season which brings us the joy of fireside reading,
snuggling close to the pillows wrapped from head to toe with a comfy
quilt also hampers our body and hair with the cold winds.
Overexposure to dry, cold wind damages the skin. In addition to
their dehydrating effects, cold and wind put pressure on the
epidermis, the horny protective top layer of skin.
Before Going Outside
When the cold and pressure are extreme, the dead cells on the
epidermis desquamate-they burst-leaving the living, young cells of
the dermis layer exposed prematurely to the elements. As a result,
the unprotected cells become inflamed, causing a tingling sensation
on the skin. However, a little care will keep the wintry troubles
at bay. more...
As the winter season approaches we all find the hands begins to
dry up and appear scaly. The skin of our hands is thin, delicate,
and often dry, this is why it is the first to suffer from cold
winds, frost, and dry heated air inside our apartments. A simple
skin care routine made in the house can help work wonders in keeping
the hands comfortable. more...
The advent of winter brings about a lot of change in
nature-frigid air, snowflakes and gloomy skies. Just like our skin
gets dehydrated and wrinkled in winter so does our lips. With the
harsh winter weather even the softest of lips can soon dry out.
Winter lip care is a must in an overall lip care regime. Harsh
weather, wind, and cold turn the soft lips into chapped lips that
not only are visually unappealing, but very painful in some cases.
With the onset of cooler temperatures and the
diminishing hours of sun comes a new set of hair care demands. Hair
easily becomes dry during this time of year from the dry indoor
heating and the dry cold weather outside. Winter weather can wreak
havoc on your hair. During the winter months, hair turns dry, dull,
and brittle. The tips below will help you keep your hair more
healthy during winter months.