Blotchy skin and redness is common during the winters. Blame it on lack of hydration or your skin being super sensitive to the cold winds but truth is that your skin looks rather unappealing during this time. But that hardly means you can’t combat skin redness during this season. Here are a few ways to do so…
Lock in moisture
 

Lock in moisture

When you have skin redness, it just means your skin is trying to tell you how dehydrated and irritable it is. This is when you might also suffer from spots and scars because of the dryness. Hydrate your skin by using the Pond's White Beauty Winter Anti-spot Moisturiser that works as a skin lightening treatment along with a cold cream to give you smooth and hydrated skin.

Cleanse gently
 

Cleanse gently

Being gentle is all that is required of you at this time. Remember that your skin is so irritable that just about anything can end up causing more skin redness. But because you need to cleanse your skin daily to give it ample hydration, make sure you’re extra careful while doing so. Don’t scrub or rub your skin while you’re at it. Once you’re done, pat with a soft towel and let your face dry on its own.

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Wear SPF

Your skin is extremely sensitive and blotchy. You can easily make matters worse for yourself with sun exposure. Remember that the sun can penetrate glass and you absolutely don’t want those harmful UV rays to burn your skin, do you? Hence, winters or not, make sure you wear sunscreen at all times.

Don’t forget your body
 

Don’t forget your body

If you have redness on your facial skin, chances are that the skin on your body is sensitive too. For that, we suggest using the Vaseline Deep Restore Body Lotion that’s formulated with glycerin, pure soya extracts and stratys-3 multi-layer moisture. Apply this twice a day for optimum results.

Consume antioxidant rich foods
 

Consume antioxidant rich foods

This is when your immunity can get rather low and the health of your skin can take a beating. So make sure you include plenty of antioxidant rich foods like beetroot, berries and carrots that’ll reduce the ill effects of free radicals thereby improving the condition of your skin.