It’s fair to say that most of North America will experience periods of extreme weather conditions. And the colder the weather, the dryer the skin.
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Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 28, 2014
Agein.com, the Internet’s premier anti-aging web site focusing on anti-aging tips, news, and advice from some of the foremost experts in the industry, is releasing its top diet and personal care tips for preventing dry skin this winter.
“The official start of winter is still three weeks away, but most of North America has already been hit with an icy blast. After one of the worst winters in decades last year, many are wondering if 2015 will usher in another brutal winter,” says Dr. Kevin J. McLaughlin, anti-aging and health and wellness specialist. “It’s fair to say that most of North America will experience periods of extreme weather conditions. And the colder the weather, the dryer the skin.”
Dr. McLaughlin explains that dry skin can be unhealthy. Skin cells die on a regular basis and if they are not cleaned off they can build up on the top layer of skin, which causes clogging in the pores. This can translate into breakouts, rashes, and other issues.
“While there are reactive steps people can take, when it comes to healthy skin, it’s much better to be proactive,” says Dr. McLaughlin.
An overall healthy diet can prevent and treat dry skin, according to the experts at Agein.com. “Coconut is rich in healthy fats that can keep skin moisturized and looking healthy. Olives are full of good fats and vitamin E; both of which are great for overall skin health. Avocado is fantastic as well, because it contains potassium, vitamin E, protein, and B-vitamins, and is a good source of biotin, which can help prevent dry skin. Applied topically, avocado can also hydrate dry skin,” says Dr. McLaughlin.
“In addition to a healthy diet, it’s important to have a daily personal care regimen. To help keep skin healthy and prevent the visible signs of aging, use a moisturizer with ingredients that have been clinically proven to improve skin tone and reduce fine lines around the eyes and the appearance of deep wrinkles,” Dr. McLaughlin concludes. This winter, Dr. McLaughlin and the experts at Agein.com advise people to look for a moisturizing anti-wrinkle cream that contains advanced, gentle ingredients, such as Alpine rose plant stem cell extract, and peptides like Matrixyl 3000 and Argireline.
For more helpful and proactive tips on dealing with dry and aging skin and looking beautiful anytime of the year, visit http://www.Agein.com.