Beauty Tips – If you want deal with issues comes with winter then you actually need to understand the main and root issues of the weather, it is too cold to handle for our skin, the oil of our skin start getting frozen which make our skin dry and cranky and when our skin get dry and cracks it feels like some itchy thin pin pinch our skin and it feels horrible and irritating and then soon we start noticing the rough edges of those cracks and tan Tara! Rough skin, itchy layers, dry scalp and what not:( let’s learn how to deal with that, simple as line, restore the moisturizer level in your skin and in your body and you will be just fine and will be enjoying the weather without getting dry and dehydrated.
Here are some simple tips for you to enjoy winter with better ways.
Start your day with honey-lemon drink and it will not only help you get in better body, but it will maintain moisturizer level in your body too, you just need to take half-a-cup of warm water and add two spoons of honey in it and squeeze half-a-lemon and stir and drink it.
Wash your face wisely generally and it would be better if you use a bit colder water, you can use worm water to clean your face and then splash some chilled water over your face and tab dry your face immediately, don’t let the cool breeze of winter dry out your face cause when it dry your face it dry out the oil of your face too and you need to your moisturizer to keep beautiful face and skin.
Creams and oils are must-haves, but it would be better to use natural things and I always use a homemade moisturizer that you can use from head to toe and it work and for that you need to take one cup of glycerin, half cup of lemon juice and half of rosewater and shade well and it will work for all kind of moisturizer need for winter season.
If you don’t like bleeding and itchy painful ugly looking lips then just keep it moist and I would say use lip balm for that, carry some sort of pocket size petroleum jelly or Vaseline with you all the time and apply it over your lips and keep it on all the time.
Last but not least, drink lots of water.
Happy winter galls.