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Caring for your skin during weather change



Caring for your skin during weather change
Here's what you need to follow...

Do you feel your skin becoming excessively dry and itchy? Or too oily and acne-prone? This is because your skin is trying to acclimatize to the seasonal change. To ensure that your skin does not break out more often, here's what you need to consider...

Change your cleanser
When climates change, the first and the foremost thing that you need to pay attention to is your cleanser. For example if you have oily skin, during the winters it can become dry, thus if you have using a cleanser for oily skin during winters, it may make your skin even drier.

Up the hydration level
During the winters, your skin requires a certain amount of moisture, as compared to summers. No matter what your skin type is, remember to moisturise your skin well and also keep it hydrated at all times. Drink at least seven to eight glasses of water on a daily basis.

Reduce exfoliating
As seasons change you should remember that too much exfoliating can damage your skin and make it rough. Stick to doing it just once every week so that the natural oils from your skin don't evaporate. Also alternatively you can use a mix of gram flour and milk and apply it as a thick paste on your skin to remove the blackheads.

Skip hot showers
One of the best ways to ensure that your skin is not damaged is by reducing the number of hot baths you take in a day. Instead take a bath with lukewarm water so that you don't feel cold. Taking a bath with cold water is also not advised. Not only can you catch a cold but your skin might also become dry and flaky.
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