5 Tips To Banish Dry Skin This Winter

 In ExeSkin, Health & Wellness, Skin Conditions, Winter Tips

As the seasons’ change, so should your skin routine. You may find that moisturizers that work perfectly fine in the summer and spring months, do not serve their purpose as well during the harsh winter months. This article will provide you with all you need to keep your skin hydrated this winter.

  1. Add more moisture

This is a no-brainer. In order to survive the severe elements, your skin needs more moisture. Ditch the water-based products and go for a product that is rich in essential oils to lock in moisture and keep skin hydrated. Our Naked Belief products such as Naked Belief Tissue Oil, Naked Belief Tissue Oil Lotion, and Naked Belief Body Cream are perfect for keeping the skin supple.

  1. Protect against the winter sun

Sunscreen is not just for when you are lazing by the pool on a sunny December day, as the winter sun has been found to be just as harsh on the skin. Waxy’s Original Sun Protector Balm is a great soft and natural way to nourish the skin and the SPF ensures that your skin is protected from harsh UV rays.

  1. Drink more water

It is essential to hydrate from the inside, to see the results on the outside. If your skin is looking dull and dry, you may just need a glass of water. It can be especially tough to drink water on those extremely cold days. We suggest spicing up your H2O by adding lemon and honey to a cup of hot water, for a warm winter treat.

  1. Love your hands and feet

The skin on your hands and feet is generally thinner, with fewer oil glands, which makes them especially susceptible to becoming dry and cracked. Our Naked Belief Hand Cream is excellent for sealing in moisture on the delicate skin of your hands. The Propolis Care Heel Balm should be used daily after a bath to keep dry cracked heels at bay.

  1. Avoid hot water

It may be tempting to crank the hot water on full blast when taking a bath or shower, but this is especially damaging for your delicate skin as excessive hot water strips the skin of its natural moisture. Lukewarm temperatures with a few drops of essential oil will help to retain moisture and destress your body.


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