Facts of skin dryness in winter
Tips for skin care in winter
The skin under the eyebrows.
How often do you use a moisturizing cream for the eye area? Sometimes we try to save him, or simply forget that we need to use a moisturizing cream twice a day. If you do not do this, then peeling and redness under his eyebrows could easily appear in the winter.
Cope with scaling will hypoallergenic formula creams containing retinol, glycolic acid and vitamin C. If peeling does not go more than 1-2 weeks should consult a dermatologist. Perhaps you have – not a simple scaling, and allergic reaction.
If your skin is prone to allergic reactions and hypersensitivity, is not recommended to pick up cream without first talking to a beautician, dermatologist.
Cuticle and skin on the tips of the fingers.
Our hands are constantly dealing with water, soap and household chemicals. In winter, the negative impact on our hands is intensified by the temperature difference between pomescheniiem and the street, and dry air during the heating season.
To protect your hands in the winter, do not forget to wear gloves for the street and gloves when you wash the dishes and cleans the apartment. Hand cream in the winter should contain more oil than water, be more nutritious and dense.
In the cold period we are more prone to colds. The skin on the nose suffers from constant blowing and friction. If you use the moisturizer during the day and at night, you can prevent severe peeling skin after a cold.
If you are insensitive and non-greasy skin, you can lubricate the problem area with petroleum jelly. Also, try rubbing your nose is less during a cold, use a handkerchief instead of a soft cloth. This will allow less traumatic skin.
Corners of the mouth.
A certain amount of yeast is always present in our body. However, they are not always activated, but only under favorable conditions. If you are constantly licks his lips, thereby maintaining the desired humidity for the yeast, then in the corners of his mouth begins inflammatory process, there are dryness and irritation.
Symptoms can appear and disappear themselves. If inflammation persists, there are special ointments and creams, about which you can consult a dermatologist.
Cuticle on the toes.
Differences of temperature on the streets and indoors, wearing closed shoes – all contribute to dry out the cuticle. To maintain the humidity is recommended to use a special oil, as it is better than the cream protects the cuticle from drying out.
Trim cuticles every week is not recommended due to the fact that it protects the nail and the skin from infection. To maintain a pedicure, you can push the peel and stick remove extra massaging it with a towel.