6 Ways to Protect Your Skin During Cold Weather

Cold weather is tough on the skin. Cold temperatures and low humidity levels result in dry air that draws moisture away from the skin. Harsh winter winds and dry indoor heat can make the problem worse and lead to cracked and even bleeding skin. Skin conditions such as eczema or psoriasis may also flare up during these cold, dry months. While additional moisture helps, you can do more to treat your skin. Here are some tips to help reduce chapping and redness and keep your skin healthy and comfortable until spring arrives: Avoid long, hot showers. While a hot bath or shower can feel great in the winter, it can strip your skin of important oils. When possible, use warm or lukewarm water instead

Seeing Red: The Lowdown On Rosacea

For many people, redness in the skin is a problem. It's often exacerbated by overheating, irritation or alcohol consumption. For nearly 16 million people, this constant concern is due to a vascular skin condition called rosacea. Symptoms of rosacea include visibly dilated capillaries close to the surface of the skin, severe redness (particularly on the cheeks and nose), little bumps that look like blemishes but never go away and a persistent blush. While the exact cause of rosacea is unknown, it's generally attributed to: 1) Poor circulation 2) Genetic predisposition (those with Irish, Scottish, English, and Scandinavian heritage are all more susceptible) 3) Digestiv

DIY Skincare Methods

Skincare doesn’t need to be complicated. Find out how you can have that beautiful, glowing complexion with these simple DIY skincare methods. The secret to clear, healthy, glowing skin does not lie in It is all a matter of treating your skin with respect. Gentle products, a common-sense skincare regimen and a couple of simple tweaks to your everyday lifestyle and hygiene habits can make a big difference. These are the only skincare rules you need to worry about: Sleep – It matters. Lack of it is a kind of stress and promotes premature aging as well as migraines. Try to get at least seven hours of good quality sleep per night Not Too Hot – Too hot a shower leaches skin of its natural moistu

10 Skincare Resolutions For 2019

Even the most beauty-wise woman still occasionally sleeps in her makeup, skimps on sunscreen or forgets to make a yearly appointment to see a dermatologist. Here’s how to recharge your beauty routine for 2019. Moisturize After Showering - We all know a warm shower strips skin of oils. Face creams and body lotions are excellent substitutes, as long as you apply them correctly. But how tedious. One easy fix: Keep body lotion right in the shower. Seeing it will remind you to apply it when your skin is damp, within ten minutes of turning off the water. Wear Sunscreen Every Day - Doctors have long advised wearing sunscreen daily (at least SPF 30) and reapplying it often. The challenge is finding

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