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Monday, October 2, 2023

“Healthy skin is a reflection of overall wellness.”

The skin is the enormous organ of your body, and it works hard to save your body from hurting elements. Skin cells are always rejuvenating. Every facet of our life puts a ripple effect on our skin and matters what you eat and how many glasses of water you drink in a day and whether you live. Everyone has a different skin type, so it is essential to know about your skin type. The cold wind of winters badly affected our skin because our skin gets dry and cracked and starts bleeding due to low humidity and moisture. If you don’t care about your skin, it will be dried and gives you an aggressive look. In this article, I wrote some tips, and you can get beautiful and glowing skin from them. Let’s have a look at the following skincare tips.

Drink plenty of water:

Water is the world’s first and foremost medicine. Drinking water has too many benefits, which flush out toxins and give us glowing skin. When we drink enough water, our body gets hydrated and improves our skin tone. You should drink eight glasses of water a day and get rid of skin toxins. Water is a supernatural ingredient that resolves your skin issues.


Rosewater is a natural cleanser, and soaking rose petals in water creates it. It is used for centuries as a beauty tool or has many benefits for hair and skin. Rosewater lightens skin pigmentation, and it removes dirt and oil from the skin. It’s a good moisturizer and makeup removal too. In irritation, redness, and inflammation of the eyes, rose water is beneficial in this situation.

Keep your skin moisturized:

Moisturizing is one of the main steps to get glowing skin in winters. When we moisturized our skin, the chances of skin problems are reduced and maintained its balance. Moisturizing skin fights against wrinkles, and our skin stays young for long. We should moisturize our skin after washing our face and bath because dry skin looks dull and old. We are using a moisturizer daily that gives us glowing skin and keep us hydrated.

Skin protection:

Winters are harsh for the skin. In winters, the humidity level becomes low, and the dry air draws out the moisture from the skin. It is necessary to know about your skin type if it is dry, oily, or normal skin. When we treated our skin wrongly, irritation, breakouts, premature aging can damage our skin badly. In the winter months, we should be used gentle and moisturizing products on our skin that result in a glow and healthy skin. We can protect our skin by using sunscreen lotion or non-cosmetic moisturizer/oil such as coconut oil or castor oil and wearing long sleeves or fully covered and protective clothes, or using gloves and caps in winters.

Avoid hot shower/ bath:

Taking a daily shower to cleanse our skin and dead skin cells removed. Hot showers dried out and damaged our skin surface. In wintery months we must try to limit our shower time to just five to seven minutes. If it is longer, our skin will dry and be irritated due to hot water. Whenever we take a bath with hot water, try to keep the water’s less 99-degree temp.

Take omegas:

Omegas and fatty acids are fundamental nutrients found in different foods like walnuts, seafood, eggs, and plant oil. Omegas play a vital role in safekeeping our skin and health. The usage of omega 3 and 6 reduces acne and protect from sun damage.  

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