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Winter skincare dos and don'ts

Follow these dos and don'ts to keep you skin healthy in the cold weather

The winter season is here and it can take a toll on your skin. This weather can be harsh on the skin and can lead to dry and irritated skin. By following some tips and habits in winter, you can keep your skin hydrated, soft and smooth all winter long. Here, are a few tips you should follow to keep your skin healthy in the cold water.


Change your skincare routine
As your skin needs more hydration in winters, look for the right kind of skincare products to use. Avoid oil-absorbing face washes and swap them with hydrating cleansers. After cleansing your skin, use a toner and add a serum before using a moisturizer.


Drink water
Along with using a moisturizer, it's important to keep your skin hydrated from the inside as well. Keep yourself well-hydrated by drinking enough water throughout the day.


Avoid super-hot water showers
Bathing in hot water may seem tempting but it can strip moisture from your skin and even your hair. Hot water can strip away skin's natural oils, which can lead to dry and irritated skin.


Moisturize multiple times a day
Along with using a day cream in the morning, make sure to use one at night too. A night cream can help to moisturize your skin as you sleep and improve's skin hydration levels.


Exfoliate in moderation
Scrubs and exfoliants can be harsh on dry and sensitive skin in winters. Avoid using any such products in winters, especially if you're noticing dry and flaky skin. Look for gentler scrubs and indulge in face masks to keep skin hydrated.


Avoid powder make-up
If you're indulging in make-up in winters, it's best to avoid powder-based make-up, as it can be drying. Instead look for cream-based and liquid formulas, which don't dry the skin further.

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