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5 Effective Ways To Keep Your Skin Moisturized

5 Effective Ways To Keep Your Skin Moisturized

Skin shouting winter dryness is not a new thing. Colder climate, harsh soaps, and aging woes can cause skin dryness. But to think of parched skin in summers is not a healthy sign. Dry skin occurs when your skin cannot keep the required moisture.

Accepting the loss of skin moisture because of weather changes or aging is not a sensible approach. There are several ways to treat a dry skin condition, and moisturizers are one of the key hints to put an effective barrier between the cold wave, dry air, and your skin. Here are five promising ways to help you accomplish skin moisturization in summers and winters.

1.  Choose The Right Moisturizer.

The cosmetic market has plenty of moisturizers from head to toe. Yet, there is a need to reapply moisturizer after every few hours. The richer and creamier texture does not justify a cold cream or lotion. Look for skin-hydrating ingredients like aloe vera in your skin lotion and cream.

Consider using a retinol or hyaluronic acid moisturizing serum for your face care regimen. Invest in a broad-spectrum mineral sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or more for day application and a night serum or cream suitable to your skin type in the evening. These products are beneficial for skin hydration and reduce fine lines’ appearance. Slather an aloe and vitamin-enriched body lotion after your shower to plump your wet skin with natural nourishment.

As for your frizzy curls, use the shea moisture mongongo to get silky-smooth hair. Pamper your dry hands, elbows, and feet with cruelty-free moisturizing creams and lotions. Reapply as necessary.

2.  Use All-Natural Cleanser And Toner.

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Face cleansing and toning are the first of many steps in skincare. Though cleansing and toning are essential in the evening and night, they may leave a dry feeling on your face. Look for facial cleansers and toners planned for dry skin that are less harsh on your face. Choose milk, saffron, honey, aloe vera, and coconut oil for face cleaning and rose water for astringent properties.

Skipping cleansing and toning can deposit debris on your face and lead to open pores and acne. Use warm water for cleansing. Stay away from using hot water as it can aggravate skin dryness and strip your face of natural oils. Avoid harsh cleaning of your face as it can also remove oils.

3.  Take Skin-Loving Drinks For Inside Hydration.

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Water goes a long way beyond just quenching the thirst. Drinking adequate water in a day keeps your inside system hydrated, which reflects on your dewy skin. Stick to drinking H2O or water-infused drinks like detox water, lemon water, coconut water, and more.

Coffee, soda, and juice are artificial fluids that may cause acidity and gastric problems. Switch to drinking herbal drinks like green tea, mint tea, or chamomile tea for a refreshing and rejuvenating health sip. You may also include CBD drinks to nourish your skin inside out.

4.  Include Serum In Your Skincare.

5 Effective Ways To Keep Your Skin Moisturized

Treat your face every night to face serum. The active ingredients in it leave a hydrating effect on your face and help seal moisture. Serums have concentrated nutrients and antioxidants to plump up your skin and are a morning-to-evening essential.

Most women skip applying serum because of a lack of time and insufficient knowledge of its benefits. Although serums are optional, they are an excellent initial step in making skincare more effective. Invest in vitamin C serum during the day to shield your skin from free radical damage and inflammation while also lightening skin spots. At night, use a hyaluronic acid-infused serum to keep your skin hydrated while you sleep.

5.  Exfoliate For Moisturized Skin.

Exfoliation might seem conflicting with moisturization, particularly for dry skin. Contrary to popular opinion, dry skin exfoliation helps hydrate the skin after scrubbing away the dead skin flakes. This helps improve upon several skin issues such as hyperpigmentation, clogged pores, wrinkles, and fine lines.

Regular exfoliation in summers can help clear clogged skin pores and prevent acne flare-ups. With higher air humidity in summers, you may not need steady exfoliation as in the winters. Chemical exfoliation gives better and consistent results than physical exfoliation. Think glycolic acid to shed away dead skin cells, revealing a brighter and even-toned complexion.

Lifestyle Changes Can Get You Healthy Skin.

Skin is a watertight organ that protects from outside forces like heat, humidity, and cold waves. It glows when you are healthy from within and puts on a dull look when you ignore your wellness. Balanced skin health requires self-and-guided attention on scrubbing and moisturizing to fitness and diet. Change your lifestyle through the following ways to get healthy and vibrant skin.

Eat a balanced diet: Water is nutritious to health, so also are your food choices. Vitamins and minerals are crucial for skin wellbeing. Include lean protein, colorful vegetables and fruits, nuts, whole grains, and heart-friendly fats. Add eggs and avocado to your diet for their biotin content.

Stay away from simple carbohydrates: White bread, white rice, processed sugar, and pre-packaged chows can burden your skin health and appearance. Sugar in any form can spike up insulin levels causing inflammation that can further cause skin breakouts like acne, eczema, and premature aging, Substitute carbohydrates with green products to refine your skin clarity and texture.

Drink Green Tea: A potent antioxidant, green tea is rich in polyphenols that have potential health and wellness benefits. Green tea not only helps in burning body fat but also protects your skin from UV damage. While healthy vitamins promote cell regeneration, topical application of tannins in green tea has astringent properties to fight excess skin oil. Use dried green tea leaves for skin exfoliation.

Exercise to benefit your skin: Regular exercise not only strengthens your body and reduces your risk of ailments and diseases; it also boosts your blood circulation and removes body toxins for healthy and beautiful skin. 

Get Good Sleep: Sleep deprivation not only affects your health but also your skin. Dark circles, puffy eyes are side effects that affect your skin appearance. Sleep satisfactorily to improve your skin moisture and reduce breakouts.

Invest in a Humidifier: A humidifier helps combat dry skin effects. Get a cool-mist vaporizer for your living space to help your dry skin. As an option, you can place a pot of boiling water on your kitchen oven to produce the same result.

Final Thoughts

Skincare is simple to pursue. Be selective about your product choices, depending on your skin type, to get the best results. Keep checking product innovations, but adopt tried-and-tested home remedies as well to get moisturized skin. What you use and how you use it truly matters.

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Rebecca Smith is a writer for numerous health and fitness publications. She has been working with many challenged clients for some time now. She can be reached via email at .

This article was submitted exclusively to CrystalWind.ca by Rebecca Smith 

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