During the winter, your skin needs much more attention in order to maintain a healthy look.
Any woman needs to properly spoil her skin in this season. Today we are going to present you with the perfect recipe for your skin, during the colder months.
The recipe is based on a few simple steps that will take you a long way if you respect them.
Regenerative skincare treatments.
Regenerative facial treatments are ideal for any time of the year, but especially for the cold season. During winter, the skin dries out more quickly, and the dead cells will block your pores and lead to the appearance of pimples and rashes.
A regenerative treatment, used after you have properly exfoliated your facial skin, will help you rebuild your natural skin collagen. Thus, your skin will be protected throughout the cold season, while keeping its shine and glow!
Constant and consistent hydration.
You should choose moisturizers and creams that will provide your skin with a high level of hydration. In the cold season, hydration is more important than ever. If your skin doesn’t get the hydration it needs, it will get dry quickly, and will start to crack and peel off.
Do not hesitate to exfoliate your skin!
If you want your skin to be fresh, you need to properly exfoliate it on a frequent basis. Exfoliation helps you remove dead cells from your skin and will give your skin the shine it needs, while making it soft and smooth!
Cleansing. Moisturizing. Nutrition.
Especially during this season, you need to be careful about these aspects. Experts recommend to use special masks that will provide your skin with these effects.
You can apply masks especially during the weekend when you have some free time. Take a few hours to spend time with yourself: get your manicure and pedicure done, exfoliate and apply moisturizing masks for your hands and skin!
Vitamins are very important for eye area!
Eyes need a lot of attention, so do not hesitate to use creams and snakes created specifically for this area! It is recommended to go for products containing vitamins K, A, C and E, but also extracts of Ginkgo Biloba and Aloe vera.
Natural masks with skin nourishing effects.
Masks with natural, nourishing ingredients are a good and healthy solution for the skin. You can usually prepare such masks with ingredients that you could find in your kitchen, such as honey, orange juice, yoghurt or cinnamon. Your skin will look fresher, and it will be healthier if you apply these types of masks every once in a while.
Facial massage, a great DIY ritual.
A facial massage is always a pleasure, and it can replace the need to use products such as retinol. Do take advantage of your free time and massage your skin before bedtime! Your skin will be extremely thankful you did.
If you follow these steps, you will prevent some of the negative effects the cold season can have on your skin, such as dryness of the skin or even cracking. Stay tuned for more awesome tips for this winter!