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Tips for Healthy Winter Skin

29th December 2021
"With winter the need for extra care and nourishment for the skin becomes a top priority, along with the need for an extra jacket and warm foods."

Winter brings freezing temperatures and weather that can be very harsh on all skin types. With winter the need for extra care and nourishment for the skin becomes a top priority, along with the need for an extra jacket and warm foods.

Here are a few simple tips that can help you keep your skin healthy and soft in winters:


The heater in your home and auto is very dry and dehydrating.

Placing a humidifier in your home, will put much-needed moisture back into the air and help prevent your skin from drying out during the winter months.

Using a humidifier in your home or office will add moisture to dry winter air and help keep your skin hydrated.

Run a humidifier in the rooms you spend the most time in, including your bedroom.

Limit Shower Time

A long, hot bubble bath or shower might seem wonderful when you've been out in the cold, but it strips your skin of much-needed moisture.

If you love your hot showers, try to keep them at a ten-minute maximum and not more than once a day.

You should also avoid using excessively hot water when washing your hands — if the water causes your skin to turn red, it’s too hot.

Washing your hands in cooler water appears to be as effective at removing germs as warm water and is less irritating to the skin.


Maintain healthy skin by moisturizing after washing up.

Moisturizing is one of the most important steps that one must do to have glowing skin in winters.

It helps in keeping our skin hydrated and makes sure that the skin does not lose its natural oil.

You can choose a plethora of natural moisturizers like coconut oil, castor oil, olive oil, buttermilk, cucumbers, etc.

Choose the right cleanser

Using the same cleanser all rounds? You might want to think about choosing a richer, more hydrating cleanser to see you through the winter months.

Oil-based products are gentle and soothing on dry winter skin while being equally effective at removing make-up and daily grime.

Apply Sunscreen

Not just for summer! UVB rays are weaker in winter which is why we don’t burn, but harmful UVA is always beaming down on us, penetrating the deeper skin layers and causing damage to skin cells.

Don’t forget to put some sun cream on when you’re out and about even on gray winter days.

Wear warm and Comfortable Cloth

Many cold-weather fabrics can aggravate dry winter skin.

Keep wool and rough clothing from directly touching your skin which can cause dry skin to get irritated and itchy.

Instead, wear light layers made from soft, breathable materials directly against your skin, and then pull on your heavier, warmer sweaters.

Be sure to protect your hands from cold winter air with gloves or mittens, remembering to choose a pair that won’t irritate your skin.

If you prefer wool gloves, put on cotton or silk glove liners first.

Drink Water Regularly

During winters, we tend to avoid drinking water as we feel less dehydrated; however, we lose water from our bodies in so many ways without realizing it.

Therefore, it is imperative to load up on water even during cold winter days.

Refill your system with water and get glowing skin without having to worry about dullness anymore.

Don’t forget your lips

The skin that covers your lips is thinner than that on most other areas of your body and can be very fragile.

Hydrating your lips with lip balm can help to strengthen your lips to help you avoid chapping, cracking, and other injuries.

Moisturizing your lips is a daily challenge, especially if you are prone to dry lips.

Cold and dry conditions can also lead to dry lips, so you may need to do even more to moisturize your lips depending on the weather.

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Tips to Prevent Hair Dryness this Winter

30th November 2021
"During the winter months, it is very important to look after your hair and keep it healthy."

During the winter months, it is very important to look after your hair and keep it healthy.

Healthy hair is known to be shiny with a smooth texture and clean-cut ends but sometimes during winter, we damage our hair which results in dryness with our carelessness and ignorance.

In this article, you will some solutions and tips to keep your hair smooth during winter.

Wear a Silk or Satin on your hair:

It is important to cover your hair during the winter months to shield it from moisture-robbing dry air, snow, wind, and rain. The elements dry your hair out, making it more prone to breakage.


Moreover, wool, cotton, and other fabrics can cause breakage as well, so make sure to line your hat with silk or satin to help prevent damage.

Lower the water temperature when you shower:

It’s cold and we all do is wash our hair with hot water. But do you know it causes damages to your hair?

Hot Shower

Even though a steamy shower might be just what you’re looking for when the temperature is below freezing, hot water can lose moisture from your hair making it brittle and causing split ends.

If is it really hard for you then wash your hair with lukewarm water and follow with a cool rinse instead.

Avoid Heat:

Winter is here and when we wash our hair our first choice is a blow-drying of a hair. Allowing your hair to air dry is best.

Avoid heat

Blow drying draws moisture out of your hair increasing the chance of breakage. Heat-free drying helps keep your hair safe, shiny, and healthy.

Even if you are short on time, try taking your shower in the evening so your tresses can dry naturally overnight. Embrace your natural hair and air-dry whenever possible.

Avoid frequent hair washes:

Remember over-washing your hair will strip it of natural oils that help to keep hair moisturized and protected. So if you’re someone who washes their hair every day, it’s time to switch things up.


This is especially bad in the winter when those oils are much needed. Try extending the time between your washes as much as possible.

You can also use dry shampoo because it opens up the hair shaft and brings life back to your hairstyle. It will also keep your hair smelling and looking fresh.

Use an oil treatment:

Restoring moisture with an oil-based hair treatment will be the best thing to do this winter.

Hair oil

Choose a lightweight leave-in formula with argan oil/ coconut oil to instantly remove dry, and damaged hair. Apply nourishing hair oil at the ends daily to help get back moisture and protect your hair.

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Dos and Don'ts for a Healthy Diet |Tips|

19th December 2021
"Dieting or Healthy diet is most commonly heard words these days especially by teenagers."

Dieting or Healthy diet is most commonly heard words these days especially by teenagers. Dieting to lose weight is recommended for people with weight-related health problems, but not for healthy people.

But these days we can see people being very body-conscious and running after diets and also a bad diet which causes even more problems.

So in order to help we are here with some dos and don’ts for a healthy diet:


Include whole grains in your diet

Whole grains are a healthy food option you must include in your diet as it keeps you full for long hours while providing you with energy to concentrate at work throughout the day.

When it comes to taste, the flavor and nuttiness of whole grains are superior to refined ones. So you can always prefer wholegrain bread, pasta, or brown rice when choosing your food items.

Combine lean protein and complex carbs at each meal

The combination of protein and complex carbs acts as a natural appetite suppressant, helping you feel fuller longer. It also decreases insulin spikes and maintains energy levels. Chicken with vinegar or olive oil can be taken as one of the examples.

Drink Water

Water can be taken as one of the healthiest diets. You need to drink at least four to six glasses of water every day to keep the body hydrated. Water also helps the stomach feel full, making you less likely to give in to unhealthy snack attacks.

Eat Fat to Lose Weight

Fat has been given a bad rap over the years, but not all fat is bad for you. In fact, some fats are essential for weight loss like flax seeds which are the richest source of omega-3 fats.

Eat more unprocessed foods

Include fresh ingredients like vegetables, eggs, milk, lean meat, etc. to prepare your meals, and try to avoid consumption of processed food as far as possible.

Also, make sure to include lots of fresh fruits, nuts, and legumes in your daily diet instead of fruit juices, instant noodles, or frozen food items.


Skip breakfast

Breakfast is considered to be the most significant meal of the day as it establishes healthy metabolism throughout the day.

Make it a habit to have breakfast every day as skipping this meal can adversely affect your health by causing obesity, irritated mood, and headaches.

Moreover, stick with high-fiber cereal, whole-grain toast, oatmeal, and fresh fruit in your breakfast.

Eat Too Much Saturated Fat

High amounts of saturated fats are found in animal products such as beef, milk, cheese, lunch meat, butter, and bacon.

Try to minimize your intake of food containing saturated fats as this can lead to the accumulation of weight in different parts of your body.

Instead of consuming, huge amounts of milk, cheese, butter, bacon, meat, etc. Switch to low-fat substitutes like white-meat chicken, reduced-fat dairy products, soy versions of traditional meat, etc.

Take Excess sugar

Excess sugar is linked to a higher risk of obesity, high blood pressure, and inflammation. Packaged and processed foods often flood the body with unneeded sugar.

Always satisfy a sweet tooth with natural sugars, like those found in a whole apple.

Drink too much alcohol

Alcohol offers only empty calories and no nutritional value. It is really bad for your health.

Whether it’s wine or beer, try avoiding it as much as possible.

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