The cold, the wind and the low temperatures put a strain on our skin, which due to the action of atmospheric agents can dry out, pull and get irritated. But protecting it is possible
The cold, the wind and the low temperatures put a strain on our skin, which due to the action of atmospheric agents can dry out, pull and get irritated. But protecting it is possible: just a few small daily actions that will help you keep your skin hydrated and frost-proof!
Protect your skin from the cold
The cold puts a strain on the beauty of the skin on your face, hands and lips. Who hasn't happened to have chapped lips, red nose or knuckles in evidence? This happens because due to the low temperatures, the body protects itself, producing less sebum with the consequence that the epidermis dries up, cracks and reddened.
Fighting these imperfections is very simple, some precautions and the right products with a protective moisturizing action are enough.
Facial skin: to protect the skin of the entire face and avoid fine lines, red cheeks and other anti-aesthetic defects due to the cold, always use a moisturizer. Apply it morning and evening or whenever you feel the need. Also, do not forget a serum for the eye contour so as to prevent the "crow's feet" from being highlighted.
Protect the lips: the lips are very affected by atmospheric agents and are one of the most sensitive areas of the face. To protect them, always use a moisturizing conditioner based on natural oils and butters. Also, avoid moistening them.
The hands: even the hands suffer a lot in winter. Besides always using gloves, often apply a specific cream. Apply it several times a day, always carrying it in your handbag, in this way you will avoid the unpleasant feeling of "skin pulling".
Other tips to protect the skin from the cold:
In addition to the right protection given by creams specifically designed for the winter, there are other small precautions that will allow you to overcome the cold season in all its beauty.
First, remember that hydration starts by drinking, so make sure you drink plenty of water, even if you are not thirsty.
Don't overlook the importance of taking the right dose of vitamins and minerals, so even in winter, eat lots of fruit and vegetables.
Finally, moisturize and pamper the whole body, using a fluid cream and performing weekly scrubs.