6 Best Winter Skin Tips



1. Make sure you're taking your vitamins, ESPECIALLY OMEGA's


A lot of people don’t realize the importance of these to skin health, but there is significant evidence that omegas can even improve eczema. Their role is to maintain a healthy cell membrane, which is what allows a cell to hold water. This healthy barrier will support softer more supple skin."


2. Double Up on Moisturizers


Avoid alcohol and fragranced products. They tend to dry out and irritate the skin, causing sensitive skin/eczema prone folks tend to break out into hives even from product like these.


3. Moisturize your hands.


Put your moisturizer on your hands, then slip on those gloves. I enjoy cooking and I'm almost a crazy neat freak and germaphobe (if that's a thing) but I'm constantly washing my hands. Wear gloves if you’re cleaning or washing up to protect your hands. Frequent washing of hands in winter will also help keep cold and flu germs away, so always use a hand moisturizer afterwards.


4. Avocados are your friend. Omega's ;)


Eating healthy fats such as avocado has been proven to help maintain supple, spring-y skin," says Dr. Rekha Tailor, medical director and founder of Health & Aesthetics. "Healthy fats are essential for keeping your face and hands looking healthy and prevent them from drying out in the cold winter months." (Plus, eating avocados can help your hair, too.)


5. Avocados are your friend. Omega's ;)


Eating healthy fats such as avocado has been proven to help maintain supple, spring-y skin," says Dr. Rekha Tailor, medical director and founder of Health & Aesthetics. "Healthy fats are essential for keeping your face and hands looking healthy and prevent them from drying out in the cold winter months." (Plus, eating avocados can help your hair, too.)


6. Exfoliate! Exfoliate! Exfoliate!


Try to keep up the habit throughout winter. Using a nifty exfoliating tool stimulates the lymphatic system and supports detoxification. I like to use shower gloves. Lather up the gloves with your favorite natural soap, and massage in small circles all over your body. Hang to dry when you're done. This helps remove dead skin cells to unclog and decongest skin, which will help it absorb more nutrients.



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