We all want flawless skin, but factors like stress, pollution, wrong skin care products can take a toll on your skin.
Having a skincare guide can help you choose what is best for you and what you should avoid.
1.Clean your body with creamy washes:
Fruity body washes are perfect for the summer, but if you use them now, your skin will dry out.
Hold the shower gels aside in this cold season and get a luxurious body wash.
They will hold the moisture, and the skin will breathe.
2. Use the oil-based scrub:
1 cup of raw sugar
1/4 cup coconut oil
1/4 cup ground or even whole oats
1/4 cup pureed strawberries
In a bowl, mix all the ingredients with a spoon.
Damp your skin and use it in small circulation motions.
Remember to be gentle, and avoid using it on the face; it is for the body.
This scrub is perfect for treating skin loss as a result of premature aging.
Purée strawberries are a beautiful and yummy home-made scrub for aging skin;
rich in antioxidants and vitamin C that help combat free radicals and improve the development of collagen.
Strawberries also contain AHA exfoliating acid, which allows an effective yet gentle exfoliator for your natural deodorant an extra boost.
Adding a mixture of ground oats is calming, and coconut milk is a good place to start hydration.
Oil-based scrubs will do the best job for the fall and winter and for people with naturally dry skin.
It’s like killing two birds with one stone. You’re going to get exfoliating benefits along with hydration and decent moisture.
3. Moisturize Your Skin Everyday:
DIY Honey And Glycerin Moisturizer For Dry Skin
1 teaspoon honey
2 teaspoons glycerin
1 teaspoon lemon juice (diluted)
2 teaspoons green tea
Mix all the ingredients together well.
Kindly rub the mixture on your skin for a few minutes.
Only leave it on the night.
Washing it off the next day.
Glycerin and honey are moisturizers that keep the skin moisturized and hydrated.
Lemon brightens your skin while green tea soothes the skin and holds the infection at bay.
Note: Lemon juice can not suit everybody, so take a patch test first. You can avoid adding lemon juice if you want to.
There is no need to emphasize this point; everybody knows that if we want to keep our skin dry, we need to moisturize it every single day.
To make the most of moisturizing, apply it after bathing or washing, which is the moment you can seal the moisture for a long time.
Keep moisturizing anytime you wash your face or hands. Don’t forget to moisturize your elbows until they become scaly.
4. Stop taking a hot water bath as it dries skin and scalp:
Hot water can help alleviate stress and anxiety, but bathing in hot water in autumn or winter is not a good idea if you love your skin and your hair.
To pour hot water directly onto the skin, it may dry out, giving birth to wrinkles and fine lines.
Similarly, washing hair with hot water dries the skin, resulting in hair loss and dandruff.
A cold shower is good for your skin and hair, but in cold weather, you need to keep your balance; water isn’t too hot or too cold.
Consume healthy levels of vitamin C, omega 3 fatty acids, and fiber:
Vitamin C (found in citrus fruits, papaya, etc.) is an antioxidant that slows down free radical damage-preventing wrinkles and fine lines.
Omega 3 fatty acids (found in peanut butter, fish, salmon, etc.) prevents hair from dropping and
Fiber (apples, pears, herbs, etc.) boosts the protection against fever.
To be remembered, kale is a superfood that incorporates all of these important elements to make the most of it.
5. Treat Chapped Lips:
Chapped lips are a common issue in the winters and autumns.
Cold extracts the moisture from the lips, leaving them bitter and broken.
Apply Petroleum Jelly, Coconut Oil, Shea Butter to soothe chapped lips, or you can select the lip balm of your choice from our set.
You can also use ghee on a regular basis to keep the lips soft and plump.