Winters are the times where your skin has the highest chance of getting damaged. Yes, you read that right. Because of the cold weather and the harsh winds, your skin becomes dry very easily and fastens the process of aging. Your skin needs special attention and care when it comes to the winter skincare routine.
So come on and read further to find out what exactly it is that your skin needs and just how simplified and easily you can take care of your skin in the best way possible with all the home remedies. Let’s go!
Moisturize at All Times
As you know and as you have read earlier, winters make your skin dry and blotchy and can make you look one shade darker than you already are. The winds that blow during winters are dry and have no water content which results in even more irritated skin. So make sure that no matter what you do, you always moisturize your skin. Be it morning or evening or even at night before sleeping. A light gel-based moisturizer is a must.
Don’t Forget the Sunscreen
You would think that because it’s winter and the sun rays are not at all that strong, it is okay to skip your sunscreen routine. But let me tell you, you are wrong. Sunscreen is a vital face protector that will save your skin from the harmful UV rays that do affect your skin even at the time of winter and chilly December.
Keep the Aloe Vera Gel Handy
Because of how much your skin becomes dry and sensitive in winters, Aloe Vera gel becomes your go-to product. It has the power to soothe your irritated and dry skin and would hydrate it deeply. It will prevent the cracks on your skin and would allow it to breathe freely.
Turn Towards Home Remedies To Make It Work
With all the expensive products lying around in the market, we sometimes forget to look at the homemade pastes and remedies, while those are the ones that actually work better. In winters, you will find your kitchen stocked with products that are naturally so good for your skin that it will just up your game and make your skin glow even in the dry weather. Be it the curd, the milk, lemon, sugar, milk powder, coffee, Multani mitti. All of these would help you to get what you really want.
Don’t Forget Your Lips
We get so busy looking after our hands and feet and face that we forget to take care of our lips. But let me tell you, the lips are the most sensitive part of your face, especially in the winters. It gets dried up easily and also cracks up and draws out blood. So always remember to Moisturize your lips with a good lip balm at all times to maintain its real softness and color.