Winters season is one of the most perilous for your face skin. Your face suffers from biting air, snow, frost and heating at home or work. Your facial skin becomes dry, sensitive and chapped. The winter season brings with it cooler temperatures and drier air, which can lead to skin dehydration, formation of fine lines and loss of nutrients. Dry skin can also lead to the formation of fine lines and wrinkles because of loss of moisture. On the face, this is first perceptible around the eyes and mouth. The hands and other areas of the body can be affected as well, and may feel dry, tight and appear scaly.

There are some tips and remedies to aid fight winter’s aging effects and keep the skin supple year-round. Drink plenty of water. Intake of at least 7-8 glasses of water a day is healthy. Exfoliate and moisturize to keep the moisture of the skin. Moisturizer is much more effective on properly exfoliated skin. Use a scrub in the shower and exfoliate facial skin with a mild scrub made for the face. People that suffer from dry skin year round may find winter an especially disconcerting time of year for their facial skin, leading people to increase their application of moisturizer.

When you are having a bath don’t disregard to manage waters temperature it can’t be too hot and also avoid rinse your face with hot water as well. Don’t use water-based moisturizers, because it has a lot of water in it and that might cause a freezing on your face when you are outside. You should use scent free soaps and washes also avoid colored or antibacterial facial skin produce. For better results apply your moisturizing cream immediately after you have a wash and while skin is still damp. Use moisturizing face cream which includes lecithin and vitamins. Daily use nutritional face cream enriched vitamins, fruity acid.

To protect chapped lips in winter season, always wear lip balm or lipstick with sunscreen. Choose lip balm which includes propolis. Do not lick your lips all the time because this causes our lips to be chapped. Choose milder cleansing products for winter. If you are using deep pore cleansers, foam gels, as well as cleansers based on soap ingredients, you need to stop for winter. Intensive cleansing strips your skin of protective lipids that are so vital for skin’s balance during the cold season. Oily and Normal types should try using light milk or gel cleansers. Dry types need to choose richer hydrating cleansing solutions such as milk or cream for dry sensitive skin.

Juliet Cohen writes articles for Makeup Tips. She also writes articles for skin care tips and fashion hairstyles.