How to Prevent Dry Skin on Face in Winter

by neha on November 15, 2013 · 7 comments

How to Prevent Dry Skin on Face in Winter

With the winters just round the corner,dry skin would like to snuggle deep inside some moisture treatment, while moisturizers work fine for summer and monsoon, dry skin needs a protective layer on the skin rather than some moisture, so you need to look for something like an ointment with an oil base to prevent dry skin. Apart from that there are many steps you can inculcate in your routine to prevent dryness on the face this winter.

winter skin care

Winter air that is so cool and dry, really is the main cause of dryness on the face. Sunscreen helps a lot in winters too, apply it before 30 minutes of stepping out into the sun, this will prevent dryness related to sun damage.

Choose your face oil like avocado oil, mineral oil, primrose oil, or almond oil. If you love to pat oil on the face skip shea products or butter since it would sit on the skin and clog the pores.Start reading the labels carefully for these oils in your products as well.

face oil

Your face cleaners should contain extra amounts of fatty substances or oil such as lanolin, cocoa butter, or coconut oil during the winters. Soaps with fragrance will cause dryness, regular soaps will rip your skin off moisture.

We all know what excess heating system indoors can do to the skin, it will not only cause moisture deficiency but also cause excessive dryness, use a humidifier if you are in a dry climate in winters.

facial soap

Do not take prolonged hot water showers, this will cause dryness, limit your shower time in hot water and keep the temperature comfortable not too hot.

Choose your products carefully, anti-ageing products, toners etc need to meant for dry skin or else regular ones will cause more dryness.

When using your dry skin cream or moisturiser, it works better on mildly scrubbed skin, use a sugar scrub regularly to make your creams work faster and better.

moisturiser

For very dry skin, apply extra virgin coconut oil on cleansed face. Use a warm, wet washcloth to massage the oil into the skin. Wipe off with the washcloth, oil cleansing method works great for dry skin in winters.

Use purified water to cleanse and rinse your face, tap water might be loaded with chemicals that further dry up your skin in the winters, I am all for purified water for hair and face rinsing.

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Rati November 15, 2013 at 9:58 pm

just awesome awesome post neha!!my clarins oil is pretty much getting over. need to pick a new one soon. thanks for the reminder *happy dance* *happy dance* *happy dance*

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Mayuri November 15, 2013 at 11:52 pm

Amazing post Neha *powder* *pompom*

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Neetu November 16, 2013 at 2:46 am

Great tips neha.. *clap* I swear by putting oil on face for all skin types all thru year, it gives natural glow and softness.. *haan ji* currently using argan oil.. *haan ji* never used primrose oil.. hws dat on oily skin any idea? *waiting*

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Megha November 16, 2013 at 10:32 am

Had never thought of using purified water for face and hair rinsing *shock* , great post…

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Dhara November 16, 2013 at 10:50 am

Great post Neha *clap* , will try using oil on face in winters :)

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saloni..!! November 16, 2013 at 11:05 am

Waahhhhh what a timing post *woot* *woot* my skin has started to trun dry from oily and needed a backing of what exactly to do *hihi* *hihi* *thankyou* *thankyou* a lot for sharing this wonder post *pompom* *pompom* *pompom*

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Jyoti November 16, 2013 at 1:32 pm

lovely post Neha *clap* *clap*

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