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Common winter skin problem

1st February 2022
"Skin can easily become irritated and dehydrated, causing itching and flakiness, due to the dry air outside and the lack of humidity inside"

It's not easy to keep your skin healthy in the winter. Skin can easily become irritated and dehydrated, causing itching and flakiness, due to the dry air outside and the lack of humidity inside.

Here are some of the most common causes of being exposed to cold air, as well as how to treat them:


Eczema makes the skin itchy, dry and irritated. The elbows, knees, hands, and face are the most commonly affected areas.

The best way to treat irritated skin is to use a fragrance-free moisturizer and to avoid bathing more than once a day, as water can aggravate eczema.

Some steroids can help relieve symptoms if the breakout is severe.

Chapped Lips

Due to the dry weather and drop in temperature, chapped and cracked lips are very common in the winter.

Lips have a very thin and delicate layer of skin, which is why they are the most vulnerable to the elements.

If not treated quickly, they can cause severe cracking, which can serve as a breeding ground for infection.

Moisturize your lips frequently to heal chapped and cracked lips. Keep a herbal, hydrating lip balm on hand and use it to soothe your lips at regular intervals.

Winter Itch

Winter itching refers to dry, itchy skin that occurs during the colder months.

When you touch your skin, you can feel the harshness; this is a symptom of winter itch. Winter itch can be caused by not only the cold but also the artificial heat we use to keep warm.

How to get rid of it is as follows: Using a moisturizer regularly will keep your skin soft and hydrated.

It helps to relieve itching by increasing the amount of water in the body.


This is the most common skin condition that occurs throughout the year.

However, while the winter season sees fewer acne breakouts, it is far from zero. Acne can be triggered by dry skin, as well as excessive oil production.

Acne on the face, neck, arms, chest, and back can all be seen in the winter.

Acne is more likely to occur in people who shower less frequently during the colder months.

The importance of keeping the skin clean and moisturized cannot be overstated.

To keep your skin hydrated, use hydrating face creams and body lotions.

Irritation and Redness

Irritation and redness of the skin can be caused by a variety of factors, one of which is the cold winter weather.

When the skin is exposed to too much cold air, it loses its natural moisture and oil, resulting in a dry appearance.

It can cause irritation and redness if left untreated. Winter rash is easily treated at home.

To soothe the skin, use a lot of moisturizers all over it.

To lock in the skin's natural hydration, use natural oils like coconut and almond oil.

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Skincare myths you wish you knew it before

5th January 2022
"The fact is that a lot of skincare advice just doesn’t work, and some skincare myths can even cause harm."

Everyone wants a clear, radiant complexion. But getting there might depend more on your ability to recognize fact from fiction than how much you follow a cleansing regimen or how much you spend on products. The fact is that a lot of skincare advice just doesn’t work, and some skincare myths can even cause harm.

Let’s have a look behind common skincare myths you should stop believing:

Drinking water keeps your skin hydrated

There is no evidence that drinking more or less water is helpful or harmful to your skin.

While drinking more water can be beneficial for other health conditions, water does not automatically get absorbed by your skin when you drink it.

It hydrates our cells as it is absorbed by the bloodstream and filtered by the kidneys, which does help hydrate our bodies overall.

The best way to keep your skin hydrated is to avoid dry air (or use a humidifier), use a gentle cleanser, and use a moisturizer daily or ingredients that help keep moisture locked in your skin barrier, like hyaluronic acid

Not washing your face causes acne

Hygiene doesn't play a role in the development of acne.

Acne involves oil production, bacteria, clogged pores, and inflammation, with hormones and stress playing a significant role and diet for some people.

Not washing your face doesn't help your situation but it certainly doesn't cause acne.

You Don’t Need Sunscreen If It’s Not Sunny Outside

While we know that SPF isn’t only a necessity for long days hanging out in the sun, it turns out that broad-spectrum SPF is even necessary when the skies are gray.

You can get burned even on cloudy days. Spending time out in the suntans protection can lead to damage over time and can show up down the road as visible signs of aging, such as wrinkles and dark spots.

So yes, you need to wear sunscreen year-round no matter your skin tone.

You Don’t Need Moisturizer If You Have Oily Skin

No matter what your skin type—oily and acne-prone or dry and dehydrated—you need to be using some kind of moisturizer to keep your skin balanced and nourished.

The differences lie in the type and amount of moisturizer your skin needs.

While oily skin requires the least amount of moisture, a moisturizer is still vital for nourishing and hydrating the skin.

There’s No Such Thing as Over-Exfoliating

Yes, exfoliating does have its benefits, including helping to slough away dead skin cells—which could be responsible for your dull-looking complexion—that have built up on your skin’s surface over time.

But you can overdo it and irritate your skin. The answer to how many times a week you should exfoliate varies from person to person.

Some can handle daily exfoliation, while others may only need to do it once or twice a week.

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Is your skin winter-ready?

10th January 2022
"Rashes, dry and flaky patches of skin are some of the most prevalent skin issues during winter."

Rashes, dry and flaky patches of skin are some of the most prevalent skin issues during winter. The dryness of both the outdoor air and indoor heat can draw moisture away from your skin if you’re not properly prepared.

Here are tips for getting your skin winter-ready:

Look for the right moisturizer

Beating the chilly winter air is equally as tough as escaping the summer heat.

You have to find the right moisturizer that locks in the essential oils in your skin for a longer period.

Ensure that you are applying that moisturizer twice a day. If you have extremely dry skin and hands, you can opt for an oil-based moisturizer during the winter.

Water-based moisturizers are great for summer, but in winter they are not effective as they dry up your skin too often.

Use a softer cleanser

When it comes to taking care of your skin in preparation for winter, choose the type of cleanser that cleans and moisturizes.

Since winter is notorious for drying out your skin, the last thing you want to do is choose a harsh cleanser that will further rid your skin of its natural moisture.

Harsh soaps and cleansers contain various types of chemicals that strip your skin of oil. Use softer soaps that contain natural ingredients.

A good rule of thumb is, if you can’t pronounce the ingredients on the label, odds are that the cleanser contains chemicals that can be harsh to the skin.

Wear sunscreen daily

Many people believe that you only need to wear sunscreen in the spring and summer months, but it’s just as imperative to wear it in the winter.

Year-round, the sun emits harmful UV rays. These UV rays can significantly damage the skin by drying it out, causing wrinkles and sunspots, even causing you to develop skin cancer.

Luckily, various types of sunscreen double as a moisturizer.

Lip Scrubbing

Winters affect your lips as well. They get dry and chapped.

To avoid it from happening, start using lip scrubs in advance. It will nourish your skin and also remove the dead chapped skin.

Also, drink more water to help get rid of this problem.

Short Showers

There are a few changes that you need to do in your shower routine as well.

Taking long hot showers can be tempting but hot water damages your skin and makes it dry.

Opt for a lukewarm shower and make it quick. Also, switch from soaps to shower gels. Soaps make your skin dry.

On the other hand, shower gels are more nourishing and moisturizing.

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