Vital skin nourishing tips to follow

Beauty Tips for Teenage GirlsYou always need to protect your skin from the cold. There are all sorts of ways to keep your complexion clean and clear from switching to moisturizing natural soap to increasing your water intake. Your skin can suffer when it is exposed to the elements and needs the highest quality skin nourishment.

These are some of the best ways to take care of skin.

Using soap
Soap is great for cleansing the hands, face and body but some types of soap can dry out your skin. Sometimes, skin to dry out more quickly, and washing strips away the natural oils produced to protect and moisturize your skin. It is no surprise, then, that you probably find your skin suffers more in winter than at any other time of the year.

Taking cream
The chapped hands are a common winter complaint that can cause discomfort and exacerbate skin conditions like eczema. After washing your hands with a non-drying natural soap, try applying some hand cream and letting the lotion soak in to soften the skin and provide essential moisture. If your hands are particularly chapped, it can be helpful to cover them in a high-quality hand cream or emollient before bed and wear a pair of cotton gloves overnight to give your hands some concentrated moisturization.

Having water
Always  make sure you are getting enough water and other healthy fluids to top up your skin’s moisture levels. Research has shown that water is necessary for the skin to make the collagen responsible for cell regeneration, so by consuming healthy amounts of water you could be slowing down the aging process.

Exfoliating skin
The dry, dead skin can make complexions appear dull and worsen the appearance of wrinkles; regular exfoliation helps to slough away dead cells, revealing brighter skin beneath. As dead skin cells mount up, your skin can become dry and irritated, as it fails to absorb moisturizers and other products you apply. Maintaining an exfoliation routine once or twice a week means you can keep your clear complexion and absorb the moisture necessary to keep dry skin at bay.

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