With the winters finally here, the thing that you probably must be fretting over the most is the health of your skin. The chilly winds and the cold harsh weather of the winters tend to drain our skin’s moisture, making it appear really dull and dry.

There’s also the possibility of things becoming extremely difficult for you, especially if you already have dry skin. Well, it’s time you stopped worrying and read on because we’ve got your back for sure. Here’s a list of a few tips that might help you deal with your dry skin issues during the winters.

#1 Moisturise Like A Pro
 

#1 Moisturise Like A Pro

We just cannot stress enough on the importance of religiously maintaining a skincare routine. Make sure that you moisturise your face and body at least twice a day, particularly if you have really dry skin. Don’t let the weather take a toll on your skin. Instead, keep your skin heavily moisturised all the time. Also, CTM daily!

#2 Avoid Taking Long Hot Showers
 

#2 Avoid Taking Long Hot Showers

Hot water, hands down, is your skin’s worst enemy. No matter how tempting and relaxing it might feel, avoid taking long showers with hot water. Hot water baths basically suck out the moisture from your skin, leaving it dry and flaky. You could opt for showering with lukewarm water instead.

#3 Watch Your Diet
 

#3 Watch Your Diet

Your diet plays a crucial role in keeping your skin healthy and hydrated. Stay away from oily and fried food as it will only make your skin drier, along with adding those extra pounds. Instead, include more of fruits and healthy salads in your diet.

#4 Exfoliate Twice A Week
 

#4 Exfoliate Twice A Week

In the winters, dead skin cells accumulate on your skin considerably, making it appear rough and patchy. Get rid of them by exfoliating your face at least twice a week. Not only will this clean up your face, it will also boost your blood circulation levels, making your skin look healthy. Use a gentle scrub and make sure to apply the least amount of pressure so as to not damage your skin.