Does a smooth, fresh and rosy complexion feel like a dream in the February cold? Make it a reality with five simple but important tips.
During the winter cold, it is not always easy to keep the skin soft and healthy.
Drink a lot of water. The old classic tip that we all know about but which is still easy to forget. Clean, fresh tap water helps your body “rinse clean” on the inside, keep your skin clean and make your whole body feel better. About 1.5-2 liters of water is just enough to drink for a day. One trick for you to really get all the water you need is to fill up a 1.5-liter pet bottle in the morning which you then drink out during the day.
Dump caffeine and cigarettes
A cup of black coffee and cig for breakfast? Sorry, to get and maintain a nice complexion, you should break these habits faster than lightning. Caffeine works dehydrating and is therefore negative for your skin, cigarettes cause wrinkles and cause the skin to age prematurely. In addition, smoking is known to be harmful to your entire body.
Peel the right way
To get maximum results from your exfoliating cream, take some time and massage it firmly over the face, preferably for a minute or more. Then the peeling grains can sink into the depth and dissolve dead skin cells. Rinse with lukewarm water and finish with cold to close the pores and freshen up.
Sleep your beauty sleep
An old, well-tried classic just like drinking lots of water. It is during the night that the skin cells repair and renew, so it is important that you give them time to do this. How much sleep you just need is personal but in about an adult person needs about 6-8 hours of sleep per night. Try to find exactly your perfect sleeping hours. It’s not because it’s called beauty sleep!
Use products tailored to your skin type
Many women unfortunately use the wrong products for their skin today, a common example among many is that you think you have oily skin even though you don’t have it.
Cost yourself a visit to a skincare salon and ask for a consultation and examination of your skin. Also remember that your skin changes over time, you probably do not have the exact same skin type today as you had a couple of years ago. Work in a good skincare routine that you follow daily.