Do’s and Don’ts during winter holiday

October 04, 2017 Venoma 0 Comments

Skin care during the winter can be quite tricky. A lot of women wish for colder climates to have less oily skin, but end up noticing that extremely weather may have a way of drying up your skin. It is very important to keep your skin moisturized and healthy during the dry winter. During this period, you need to make daily efforts to ensure that the frosty weather does not take a toll on your skin.
There are a few steps you can take to ensure that your skin is fresh all through the winter. These do’s and don’t’s would ensure your skin remains glowing even through the dry weather.


1.       Switch your skin care products from time to time: Switching up your skin care products during the winter is always a good idea. If you have dry skin, the moisturizer that you apply during the winter should not be the same one that you’ve use during the summer. It is okay to switch your skin care products and routine as the weather changes on you. A lot of skin care professionals recommend that once the weather changes, your skin care routine changes along with it. Make use of different exfoliating products and collagen moisturizers to get the best balance for your skin during the winter.

2.       Drink Water and speak to a specialist: You are not expected to know everything about your skin. It is alright to search for some help when the weather conditions change during the winter. One thing that every specialist would tell you though, is that you should drink a lot of water during these periods. Your skin needs as much moisture as it can get, so it is your job to provide what it needs.


3.       Don’t take very long hot showers: Hot water on your skin during the winter can feel like pure bliss. There are few things better than a warm bath when the weather is freezing outside, but the extended exposure to extreme temperatures will strip your skin of its natural oil and remove the moisture. Lukewarm water is the best for your skin, and you should also ensure not to take longer than 15 minutes in the shower.

4.       Don’t let the stress of the holidays get to your skin: Very few people realise that external stress has a way of damaging your skin. You tend to look older and have more wrinkles when you are stressed out. Take some time out during the hectic winter period to relax and pamper your skin. Specialize in giving your skin the care that it needs.