Tips to keep your Skin Moisturized During Winter!


The best time of the year is about to come, get your skin ready for it!

Even though winter is a time that most of us love, there are some not-so-pleasant side effects about it.

During the cold months, dead skin cells can build up on the skin surface, resulting in the complexion looking dry and dull. To fight this, you need to do your best to protect your skin from exposure to harsh winds, hot water and the sun. Creating a daily routine to nourish your skin, also, not standing directly in front of heat sources and using sunblock. 

To keep your skin moisturized and glowing ensures to keep daily routines that provide you hydration and nourishment. We have for you an ultimate guide to fight dryness and get that glowy skin this winter.  

 

  1. Keep yourself hydrated 

Warmer months tend to keep you dehydrated and thirsty, but winter doesn’t have that kind of effect. This is why you might need a reminder that you need to drink water during the day, for we recommend setting an alarm every two hours to remind you to drink water, and ensure you consume your daily dose. 

By drinking moderate amounts of water, especially in a cold environment, you will cleanse your body and unclog pores to keep your skin moist, healthy, and with a healthy glow.

 

2. Keep your Skin Moisturized 

Ensure to use a body moisturizing that provides your skin enough hydration and nourishment, for it to stay soft and supple 

Once you’ve showered, quickly apply a moisturizing and nourishing body lotion, make it a simple everyday routine for dry skin to prevent the loss of glow from our body and improve the skin’s texture. Most body lotions contain essential oils that prevent any loss!

Our all Natural Lemon Hemp Butter Bar will give you that long-lasting hydration during winter. Ensure to apply it on your dry patches like elbows, knees, heels. This skin jelly can reach the deepest layers of the skin and also forms a protective barrier, which is ideal to use during harsh cold seasons.

 

3. Avoid Extremely Hot Water when Showering 

We know that there might nothing more comfortable than a hot shower during the winter season, but that comes at a cost. The fact is that taking a long shower will make your skin feel dry and itchy. So ensure to take a shower that doesn’t last for more than 5-7 minutes, and keep the temperature of the water at lukewarm, anything higher than that will take all the moisture from your skin and deplete its natural protective barrier.


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