Winter brings more than just a rosy glow to the cheeks, They also bring uncomfortable dryness to the skin of the face, hands, and feet. Cold sores are one of the most frustrating, uncomfortable, The skin, targeting a number of biting cold. Hair, face, hands without protection, The problem is that in cold weather, the sebaceous glands idle: suddenly, they provide much less effectively their role as natural protector of the skin, which becomes fragile. However, following a few simple principles and precautions easy to implement overcomes without too much damage in this delicate period.
The part of the body most exposed to the cold, with the face. To complicate matters, the skin of the hands is relatively hydrated (less than sebaceous glands), even in normal times, when the skin is thinner. Constantly subject to many external influences, the hands are particularly vulnerable to drying out.
Wear gloves when you go outside. Solution coating the two to three times per day of glycerine-based cream or glycerol, having softening and moisturizing properties. Moreover, these products envelop the skin with a thin protective film. They apply from the fingertips to the wrists.
Some also advise, before going to sleep, cover the hand paraffin or petroleum jelly before sliding them into gloves that can keep the whole night.
In winter, due to “thermal shock” related to variations in temperature between the outside and inside homes, nails become brittle, and split or break easily. A course of vitamins and / or sulfur-containing amino acids may be considered (ask your pharmacist).
That said, the easiest way is to massage her nails with a specific product is commercially available, or simply by immersing them in a bath of warm olive oil.
The scalp becomes dry in winter too, which would also be a side effect to accentuate the formation of dandruff.
Regarding food supplements listed here, mention the B vitamins (B5, B8, in particular), sulfur amino acids and trace elements such as zinc, copper or iron. These complexes improve the quality of brittle hair, reduce irritation of the scalp while stimulating regrowth.
Furthermore, and in order not to increase the effect of drying (drier air, heating, shift between the external and internal temperatures), it is important not to drag in too hot showers, and don’t hesitate to use a conditioner after shampoo.
All intended victims, too, from drying out, causing cracks not only unsightly, but often painful.
It is therefore necessary to regularly apply a balm of healing and nourishing properties. Cocoa butter, vitamin enriched, thermal water is perfectly appropriate.
For women who wear lipstick during the day, most of them contain moisturizers. Under these conditions, the balm can be used at night before going to bed.
When a chilly wind gets up, the facial skin tends to tug and blush. It is essential to clean and moisturize morning and evening with products rich in concentrated active (more than the usual day cream). Note that if your skin is naturally oily, daily application surely suffice.
For cleaning of the skin, cleansing milk is recommended in case of normal or dry skin. For oily skin, it is best to use a cream or oil soap that rinses with water. Try an oil-free serum under a water-based moisturizer to balance the moisture that’s been pulled from your already oily skin.
“A dermatologist can help you find the treatment method that’s best for you and can also give you lots of useful tips for dealing with acne and caring for your skin type. Some salons and spas have trained skin specialists, called estheticians, who can offer advice and skin care treatments”.