Winter Beauty Tips

Winter reeks heck on not just your hair but your entire body! The harsh winds and dry air make our skin and hair dry out, making conditions like eczema and psoriasis worsen. Try our winter beauty hacks to make life a bit easier on your body!winter beauty tips

It all starts with what you put in your body! Amp of the amount of water you drink to keep you hydrated and to keep your eyes from looking puffy! Next, eat food products that have natural fats in them to keep your skin supple and prevent it from drying out. No, those new cronuts will not make the cut. Instead, try apples, avocados, and nut products.

There are so many gadgets these  days that can make life a whole lot easier! One of them being a humidifier! Not only will this help relieve winter sinus problems, your dry skin will be soothed during the night by sleeping with a humidifier on. Not only will your face look more supple but your hands and lisp won’t feel dehydrated either.

Relieve dry skin by moisturizing your body from head to toe after showering. Start with your hair and use a great butter or oil to lock in the moisture. Move to your face and apply a great day time moisturizer with SPF. Yes, you still need SPF in the winter because the sun can still cause damage to your skin. Next, use a light but moisturizing lotion or body butter over your entire body, paying attention to typical rough areas like elbows and knees. Finish off your routine by adding your favorite lip balm to your lips to prevent them from chapping. For extra preventative measures, it’s also a good idea to carry a hand cream with you during the winter to freshen up after you wash your hands.


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