Eat healthy: Adding foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids can improve the condition of your skin remarkably, often in a matter of just a few weeks. That’s because omega-3s are responsible for keeping skin cells well lubricated, thereby contributing to a rejuvenated appearance. Add foods like salmon, walnuts, olive oil, soybeans, navy beans and kidney beans.
Drinking water is more important than ever during the winter. It keeps you hydrated internally and helps the rest of the body in many of its functions.
Avoid Hot Water
After an afternoon on the slopes or an evening of making snow angels, you may want to soak in a hot bath or stand in a hot shower to get warm. Doing this warms you up but may also dry you out.Taking warm or lukewarm baths and showers are best for preventing parched skin.
During the summer, it is important to scuff away dry skin by exfoliating it regularly. While you still need to exfolilate, in winter you need to ease up on the process. Try exfoliating your face and body just once a week or once every two weeks.
Add Moisture Back
Moisturize immediately after showering by patting the skin dry with a towel so that it is left slightly damp. Apply the body oil all over, massaging gently.If your skin is exceptionally dry, you can apply a coat of a rich body cream after a few minutes.
Use Facial Moisturizers
Apply the lightweight product first so it penetrates deep into the skin and leaves it supremely soft and supple. Wait five minutes, and then follow with your regular moisturizer.
Apply a sunscreen of at least SPF 30 every day, no matter what the season might be, and reapply it often.