This is a necessity for winter skin care...
Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) November 27, 2013
Online beauty supply store NewVo Beauty shares five tips for winter skin care as detailed in an article by Recess.
According to the article published by Recess on November 13th titled “Easy Winter Skin Care Tips,” the winter can be harsh on the skin. Keep your skin radiant by using a few of these tricks in your winter skin care routine.
The article shares these five tips for keeping skin healthy all winter long:
- Moisturize your face: Argan oil is a great facial moisturizer and also has healing properties. It can be used on any type of skin, including oily, and can help treat rashes.
“Argan oil is a great product to keep on you at all times,” says Sara Greenstone, representative for online beauty supply store NewVo Beauty. “Not only can it help moisturize your skin in the winter, it’s also great for your hair. Just a dime sized amount can help tame flyaways and prevent static.”
- Use a body moisturizer: Make sure to moisturize after a shower for the most absorption.
- Exfoliate: “This is a necessity for winter skin care,” says Greenstone.” You want to make sure that you exfoliate to remove dry and dead skin cells so that you can expose healthy cells.”
- Heal chapped skin: Moisturize all problem areas like cuticles, elbows and knees. Try a lip balm on these areas for soothing hydration.
- Vitamins: “Vitamins are vital to caring properly for your body. Fish Oil is one of the best supplements you can take for your skin because it will make the skin plump and moist from the inside out,” says the article.
- Protect your skin: Try protecting your skin when you can. Wearing gloves is an example or protecting your skin from elements like the cold air.
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