Tips for Healthier Hair and Skin this Winter Time

Skin and hair are not simply for appearing good and pretty-they are required for some specific bodily functions as well. Humans lost their body fur while ago, yet we still have some hair on our heads so as to keep our brain toasty and well protected from possible occasional impacts.

Tips for Healthier Hair and Skin this Winter Time - It is wintertime and it appears that living is not easy-for our skin, hair, and nails. Whipping winds, chilly temps, and dry air can really do a number on hair and soft skin. Cold air outdoor and the central heating system indoors may strip the moisture from pores and strands, which eventually makes skin itchy and dry and hair rough. However, you can no more endure cracked hands: items which hide in the back of your kitchen cupboard can just be the perfect solution.

Tips for Healthier Hair and Skin this Winter Time

Body Talk: What You Need to Know

Skin and hair are not simply for appearing good and pretty-they are required for some specific bodily functions as well. Humans lost their body fur while ago, yet we still have some hair on our heads so as to keep our brain toasty and well protected from possible occasional impacts. Skin is not only a barrier between our insides and the environment—it is a living organs which is responsible for keeping our body cool, which protects it against germs and possible invaders, and a great number of metabolic processes. It is essential to keep the tissues in good condition and functioning well all year round so they can carry on their jobs and keep us safe and healthy. Flaky, cracked, inflamed, or irritated skin is normal during the winter months, even though it is not really fun. If scaly, red, itchy skin lingers or is triggering unpleasant discomfort, you need to be sure to visit your doctor; that may be a much worse dermatologic condition, such as eczema, dermatitis, or even athlete’s foot. Barring even more serious problems, there are several strategies which can get your body a break as the mercury plunges into your skin. 

Keeping it Cool

To keep your skin cool, you should have a twenty-minute long boiling-warm shower, which may feel perfect on a cold weather, yet stick to warm or perhaps lukewarm water for about five minutes or less. Long exposure to hot water can strip the moisture from your skin and hair. 

Dressing Up for Success

When you head into great outdoors, you should dress for the weather with scarf, a hat, and gloves to prevent windburn and extended exposure to cold air from occurring. 


Sticking to Healthy Fats

At nearby grocery store, you should fill up your cart with foods which are full of healthy monounsaturated fats and also omega-3 fatty acids, such as nuts, fish, olive oil, flax, avocados, and sardines. 


Remaining Hydrated

It is indeed a good idea to drink a lot of water during the winter, yet there is no scientific evidence that guzzling water can rehydrate skin which appears scaly. 


Getting some Vitamin C

While you are at the market, you should also pay attention to the stock of vitamin-C laden products. There are a number of foods and drinks which may help you to meet the required intake of vitamin C, such as dark leafy greens and citrus fruits. Vitamin C will help you to boost your body’s production of collagen, which is a protein that ensures skin and other connective tissues’ health. For more specific cures and measures to battle woes during the winter, which range from itchy scalp to even frozen fingers, you should keep scrolling on.

 


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Dry Skin

To deal with the issue of dried skin occurring all over your body, you should go home or go big. First, try to mix just a few drops of grape seed oil or olive oil in bathwater and plunge in, or you can also apply thin layer of oil to your body after showering and perhaps put on some old pajamas to bed. Well, as odd as it may sound to you, adding several cups of whole milk to the bathwater will moisturize your skin. The fats, proteins, and vitamins in milk-juice can help you to soothe your rough skin. If you feel lactose-averse, the chicken pox standby of oatmeal bath might cause red, irritated skin to feel much better. Soon after a milk, oil, or oatmeal bath, you should apply a lot of thick cream or even Vaseline or Crisco for any damaged areas on your skin and then crank up humidifier prior to hitting the hay. Slathering on your lotion in just 3 minutes of stepping out of your bath or shower is proven to be the most efficacious for trapping in skin moisture.

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