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The coldest season of the year- Winter, is beginning from mid-November and lasts till February end. The chilly winds in the winter mornings refresh us from inside. Different beautiful flowers bloom in winter, and they enhance the beauty of this season. Various fresh vegetables and fruits are available in winter.

But the bad thing about winter is the dryness of the skin. Winter is harsh on our skin. It is essential that you hydrate your skin properly and provide it with the moisture that it requires.

Here in this article, you’ll read some amazing tips that’ll help you in keeping your skin healthy and glowing.

  • Use a good quality moisturizer

Use a good quality moisturizer to make sure that you keep your skin moisturized in winters all the time so that the skin does not lose its natural oils. Dry skin can easily be fixed with continuous moisturizing. 

Using a good moisturizer is very important. There are ample moisturizers to choose from, but opting for a natural one is always a better option. You can use coconut oil, castor oil, olive oil, honey, and milk to provide your skin with the moisture it requires. 

  • Consume a healthy diet

“You are what you eat”. The food you eat affects your health a lot. Here are top Indian winter foods, which we can find easily in our kitchens. Try to add these foods items to your daily diet to keep your skin healthy and charming in winter. 

  1. Honey
  2. Ginger
  3. Tulsi tea
  4. Dry fruits
  5. Cinnamon
  6. Jaggery
  7. Ghee
  8. Hot soups

Make sure to avoid fried, excess salty, packed, and processed food items in the winter. If you’re non-vegetarian, then you can also consume chicken and boiled egg (white portion only).

  • Drink plenty of water

Staying hydrated in winters is very important. We tend to drink less water in the cold season, which is harmful to both our bodies and our skin. It is imperative to refill our system with water even on cold winter days. Hydrated skin looks healthy and glows differently. You should drink at least 2-3 liters of water daily. 

  • Use warm water for bath

Always prefer washing your face and body with lukewarm water in winter. Cold water further makes your skin drier and flakier. Warm water moistens your skin and makes it look fresh. 

  • Exfoliate your skin

Exfoliating skin is a mandatory task to take off the dry and dead cells and helps to regenerate new ones. There are a number of exfoliates that can be used such as walnut, coffee, sugar, and oatmeal. Scrubbing the skin at least 2 or 3 times daily will keep the skin healthy and glowing.

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