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Winter will be over in a few weeks, but it’s never too late to start protecting your skin.  Keep reading to learn five helpful tips you can start now.  

Start Exfoliating Regularly 

This might mean every day. Exfoliating your skin is the ideal way to eliminate dead skin cells, which are typically coarse and dry. It also lets moisturizer better penetrate your skin. By exfoliating, you promote cellular renewal by letting the new, hydrated skin cells get to the surface. This will aid in maintaining skin hydration longer.  

Moisturize 

Protect your skin from the harsh effects of winter by using a daily moisturizer that has ingredients like shea butter and vitamin E. They are natural ingredients that are among the least expensive you can get and they will help trap in moisture all day, since they contain essential fatty acids that the body requires.  

Use A Hydrating Facial Night Cream 

You might want to begin using a night cream for your face if you have skin that is uncomfortably dry. Night creams are made with ingredients that help repair and regenerate, such as avocado oil; they penetrate the skin slowly whilst you are sleeping and moisturize deep below the skin’s surface to give moisture the next day.  

Wear A Scarf 

pretty woman, curly hair outside on a snowy day, dancing and twirling in the snow

Windburn may irritate and dry out your skin. The greatest way to protect your skin from the extreme cold is to cover it. So, wrap yourself up with a scarf, covering your cheeks, chin, and neck. Use a hood or a hat to provide protection to your forehead.  

Get Enough Water 

It may seem simple, but hydration begins from the inside out. If you want your skin to have enough hydration, you need to hydrate your body as well. Aim for approximately nine to 13 cups of water a day.  

It’s not too late to start healthy winter skin habits now! 

Post Author: Dr. Mirza