Scrubz Body Scrub, Inc. Offers Its Best Suggestions for Gorgeous, Glowing, Cool Weather Skin
Dry, cool weather and dry indoor heat can wreak havoc on skin, depleting moisture and making mild skin irritations even worse. Scrubz Body Scrub, Inc. has some great suggestions to keep skin healthy and nourished, no matter the weather.
Plainview, NY (PRWEB) September 30, 2013
Cooler weather and indoor heat can make skin dry, dull and lifeless. Besides eating a healthy diet, with additional Omega-3's in the cooler weather, by following these simple steps, you can ensure a healthier, glowing complexion, year round.
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Use sunscreen. Choose one of the more natural brands like Sun Putty or Super Goop. It is one of the single best things for skin, year round. It offers a layer of protection from the harmful rays as well as adding extra moisturizing protection.
- Exfoliate regularly. Gently polishing the skin on a regular basis ensures fresher, healthier skin is always being brought to the surface. This is especially important during the colder months when skin gets drier and can peel unevenly. Regular exfoliation helps moisturizers work better, too, because they are being put on a healthier skin surface.
- Drink 8-12 glasses of water daily. Best with lemon for the added potassium and Vitamin C, which is great for your skin. Lemons also help balance the body's alkalinity.
- Moisturize! Moisturize! Moisturize! - Keeping skin hydrated is always important, but more so in the cold dry weather. Choose one that has no alcohol or very little, as this can be extra drying. Applying moisturizer on dampened skin, within 2 minutes of getting out of the shower, will ensure that more of the hydrating water is being locked into skin.
in Bethpage, NY proudly manufactures and distributes natural sugar scrubs and other skin care products. Everything is handmade in small batches, using the finest natural ingredients. Bases contain no alcohol, artificial preservatives, artificial colors, gluten, parabens, phthalates or petro-chemicals.