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Freezing temperatures and winter winds can take a toll on your skin and devoid it of all the moisture if you are not taking good care of it. Gentle cleansing and deep moisturizing should beĀ  very important parts of your skin care regimen if you want to keep your skin healthy and radiant all winter long. Here is what you can do to make your skin stay moisturized, healthy and glowing when the temperatures drop. WSKT_1 Drinking enough water is the most important thing when it comes to preventing dry #skin, but limiting your caffeine intake and avoiding alcohol can also help.

A #body scrub is another way to keep your #skin #healthy as it helps remove dead #skin cells. Opt for a paraben-free scrub and apply it in gentle and circular motions. A #skin brush is an excellent alternative - it also removes dead skin cells and it is very #healthy for your circulation. Dry-skin Although long hot showers might feel amazing, hot water actually strips all the #natural oils from your #skin, so opt for a lukewarm water in order to keep your #skin moisturized. A quality moisturizing cleanser can also help, so avoid deodorant soaps and choose cleansers with essential oils. face-washing3-300x184 Never skip the moisturizing step in your #skin care regimen in order to lock in moisture. Balms and oils should be used at night, but lotions are a better solution for the day. Your #lips and the #skin around them are very sensitive, so you should moisturize them regularly. Use an excellent lip balm, but if your lips are already dry and chipped, look for medicated lip balms. lip-balm When it comes to your face, cleanse it once a day with a gentle cream cleanser and always apply a moisturizer afterwards. In the morning, use only lukewarm water to wash your face and use a facial water or rose water throughout the day. Exfoliate once a week and use a facial lotion with sunscreen. im3age3s