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Here's All You Need To Know About Your Winter Skin Care.

Your skin may be accustomed to the various products you use, but it can never get used to the seasonal changes. As winter begins, so does the season of itchy skin, chapped lips and flaky locks. But don’t worry, we’ve got your back! Here’s how you can tackle the common skin conditions that pop up in winter:

Dry skin

Winter air can be harsh on your skin and make it dry and flaky. Dry skin produces less sebum, a natural lubricant for the skin which in turn leads to parched, itchy skin. Therefore, make sure you moisturize your skin at regular intervals to retain the limited amount of sebum your skin creates in this season.

Dehydrated skin

Skin dehydration is a common phenomenon in winters wherein your skin is stripped of its natural oils thus making it look dull. If ignored, dehydration can become the root cause of many skin related issues like redness, irritation, flaky skin, etc. Moisturize your skin with a gentle product to keep it soft and healthy.

Chapped skin & lips

This is a common problem for those who spend too much time outdoors in winter. Chapped skin is a combination of dehydration, extended sun exposure and windburn. To sustain this, make sure you are hydrated and use a rich moisturizer. Don’t forget to apply a moisturising lip balm at regular intervals to keep your lips lubricated.

Oily skin

If too much of your skin’s natural sebum is cleansed away, your glands could start over producing oil to compensate, which could make your skin look all the more oily.

In that case, a gentle, hydrating face wash can help your skin to remain balanced.

Dry cuticles

Nails often bear the brunt of cold weather. And nothing feels worse than a handful of peeling, painful cuticles. Vitamin E is a good source to help repair your fingertips. It moisturizes fingertips and doesn’t leave a greasy residue behind.

Cracked Fingers and Toes

Sometimes, your fingers and toes can also become dry and cracked because of the winter. Soak them in a bowl of warm water for 10 minutes before bedtime and apply some moisturizing cream. Follow the same routine for your feet.

Sun Damage

It may not be hot, but the sun will continue to affect your skin even in winter. Hence, it’s equally important to apply sunscreen with a high SPF to prevent skin damage and redness.


Winter affects your scalp as much as it affects your facial skin. And the cold, dry air could be another reason for your dandruff problems. So keep an eye out & use an anti dandruff shampoo for a quick repair.

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