Dry skin always comes with fall and winter. Luckily, Alpessence has great moisturizers for you to deal with the feeling of dry skin.
But, don’t rely on the skin care alone.
There are a lot of other things you can do to make your skin feel smooth and baby soft – and there are also things you can do that will prevent the dryness from happening in the first place.
1.Use a humidifier in your bedroom
The heat in your house can be very drying. Use a humidifier to add moisture back in the air, esp. in your bedroom while you sleep.
The additional moisture it provides is invaluable and will not only improve the tone and texture of your skin, it also decreases sinus sensitivity and keeps hair and nails hydrated too.
2.Apply sunscreen daily
Just because the sun isn’t shining, doesn’t mean you’re not getting harmful UV radiation. Even if you can’t feel the heat, the UV rays are still present. Use a sunscreen when going out, especially on your lips, it can protect your skin from aging- while aging, you skin lose it’s ability to keep hydration.
3.Eat more hydrating foods for dry skin
Try loading up on foods that will actually do some good by way of hydrated skin and shiny, healthy hair.
- Green juice: a great way to have your intake of fresh unprocessed fruits and veggies.
- Salmon: loaded with protein, fish oil and selenium- a trace mineral that is great for the skin, eliminating toxins.
- OMEGA-3: the proteins and fatty acids in Omega-3s helps to repair cell membranes and have anti-inflammatory effects, which can have a dramatically positive impact on the skin.
4.Use an overnight moisturizing mask
Try Alpessence moisturizing refining mask after your daily night skin care routine. Apply a thin layer and leave on overnight. It’s easy absorbed and not greasy at all, so you can actually wear them overnight without creating a mess on your pillowcase. Besides being crazy moisturizing, it also contains super effective anti-agers (Malachite and rose stem cell). Therefore it boosts skin’s ability to hold on to moisture and reverses the signs of aging.
During the summer it’s important to scrub away dry skin, but during winter your skin will be too sensitive to exfoliate. Use a gentle exfoliator every one to two weeks.
6.Avoid frequent and long hot showers and baths
A long, hot shower in the cold winter weather, this can dramatically lower the moisture content in your skin. To reduce skin dryness, try to keep your exposure to water less than 5 minutes per day and avoid using very hot water.