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Winter Skin Solutions

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Moisten More

You may have found a moisturizer that works just fine in spring and summer. But if the weather conditions change, so, too, should your skin care routine. Find an “ointment” moisturizer that’s oil-based, rather than water-based, because the oil has a protective layer on the skin that will create more moisture than a cream or lotion reserves.

But choose your oils with care because not all oils are suitable for the face. Instead, look for nonclogging oils such as Argan Rain Argan Oil, mineral oil, evening primrose oil, or almond oil. Shea oil is controversial because it can clog facial pores.

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Sunscreen

Sunscreen is not just for the summer. Winter sun can still damage your skin. Try applying sunscreen to your face and your hands about half an hour before going out. Again far too often apply if you stay outside for a long time.

Hook Up The Humidifier

Central heating systems (as well as space heaters) blast hot dry air in our homes and offices. Humidifiers get more moisture in the air, which helps prevent your skin from drying out. Place several small humidifiers throughout your home; they help disperse the moisture more evenly.

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Lubricate Your Feet

Yes, those minty foot lotions are lovely in the hot summer months, but in winter, your feet need stronger stuff. Try finding lotions that glycerine or petroleum jelly in place thereof. And use exfoliants to get the dead skin on a regular basis; that helps any moisturizers you use to sink in faster and deeper.

 

Peeling

If your facial skin is dry, then you should avoid doing harsh peeling and using alcohol-based toners or astringents, all of which can strip vital oil on the surface of the skin. Instead, the finding of a cleansing milk or mild foaming cleanser, a toner without alcohol, and masks that are “deep moisturizing,” rather than on the basis of clay, which is the tendency to attract moisture from the face. And use them a little less often.

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Tips For Scalp Problems

Shampoos

Fragrances and preservatives in shampoo irritates the skin of some people. Not rinsing shampoo well can also result in itching.

What helps: switch to a new shampoo. Look for an organic shampoo. ArganRain is totally natural and avoids itching of the scalp because it doesn’t irritate the scalp because of its natural ingredients.

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Weather

Winter weather can make the scalp flake and itch, especially if you live in a cold, dry climate. This usually goes away during the summer, unless it is very hot and humid. Hot and humid weather may make the scalp worsen more.

What helps: Try to keep the interior temperature “just right” – not too hot, not too cold. Wash your hair less in winter in order to to maintain the oils and moisture that protect your scalp.

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Sunburn

Yes, you can make your scalp burn, too. If your hair is thin or you are bald, the sun can also damage top skin over time, making it rough, dry and scaly. This condition, keratosis, poses the risk of skin cancer.

What helps: Wear a hat outside. Use sunscreen spray where yoou part your hair, or apply sunscreen on your head if you are bald, even on cloudy days. Make sure it is SPF 30 or higher and broad-spectrum.

Dandruff

If the scalp’s dead skin cells shed at a super fast speed, you get itchy flakes.

What helps: Shampoo often to get rid of dead skin cells. Leave the foam on your scalp for a few minutes before rinsing. You should not make your drier by using a market shampoo. Your hair is special for us. That’s why we developed 100% natural ArganRain Shampoo. Suphate-free shampoos are the best to avoid an itchy scalp, So, ArganRain is a perfect choice. Do not avoid shampooing to control itchy scales – that is a myth that does not help. You can easily get rid of your itchy scalp with ArganRain. If you are African-American, you can make better not washing your hair every day.

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