How To Keep Your Skin Moist During Winter Season

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Have you ever wondered how some people can keep their skin smooth and silky during the harsh cold winter? Well here are some helpful tips to keep people wondering how you keep your skin flawless.
1. Get a humidifier. A humidifier will help bring back healthy moisture levels to the skin. You may want to try this at work if your office is dry.
2. Try to take warm, but not hot showers. Your skin and your hair will show great improvements. Water that is too hot only makes skin feel more dry and itchy. Hot water will also make your hair look dull and dry.
3. Use a good lotion to help heal dry skin and keep it feeling comfortable. Skin needs this extra protection from dryness in the winter. The best time to apply lotion is right after a shower, when your skin is still moist. The moisturizer helps lock in the moisture from your shower and protect your skin in dry conditions. Moisturizing once a day is not enough, sometimes apply lotion 2 or 3 times a day. Try a second application of moisturizer at bedtime.
4. Drink a lot of water–it’s important in all seasons and helps keep us healthy. In the winter, the water you drink contributes valuable moisture to your skin, make sure the water is a little above room temperature. You may find that if you drink six to eight glasses of water a day, your skin isn’t nearly as dry as it used to be.
5. Don’t forget about good nutrition. A balanced diet with healthy types of oils and fats will help you to retain moisture in your skin for long periods of time.

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