Protecting Your Skin In The Winter

How To Look After Your Skin And Hair In Winter

Cold winter air can create havoc for your poor skin and hair. Here are some tips for taking care of yourself during the coldest season of the year. This will not only help you to look good, but will prevent your skin from early signs of ageing.

Tips To Prepare Your Skin For Winter

As the seasons change, so does your skin -- and doctors say now is the time to prepare your skin for the winter weather ahead.

10 Winter Skin Care Tips

For many people, the cold clear days of winter bring more than just a rosy glow to the cheeks. They also bring uncomfortable dryness to the skin of the face, hands, and feet. For some people, the problem is worse than just a general tight, dry fee...

Top Natural Remedies To Fight Dry Winter Skin And Hair

Dry winter air and harsh temperatures zap moisture from your skin, leading to chapping, irritation and dryness. An estimated 81 million Americans are impacted by dry, scaly, itchy skin in the winter, with the worst coming between the months of Nov...

Protecting Skin From Winter Weather Damage - Agingcare.Com

Seniors are particularly prone to skin issues. Over time, a person's skin becomes thinner, drier and more fragile. Shingles and senile purpura—skin that bruises easily—are two ailments that often strike the elderly, regardless of the season. Acc...

10 Winter Skin-Care Secrets

The days are cold, and we've just started to see snow. Unfortunately for some of us, we'll be experiencing a completely different kind of flake -- flaky, lacklustre skin that has replaced that dewy glow of summer. Kristen Ma, aesthetician and co-...

19 Tips For Healthier Skin And Hair This Winter

It’s wintertime and the livin’ ain’t easy—for our hair, skin, and nails, that is. Whipping winds, dry air, and chilly temperatures can really do a number on soft skin and hair. Cold air outside and central heat indoors can strip moisture from stra...

Winter Skin Care Tips - Home Remedies For The Winter Dry Skin Problem

During winter, our skin tends to get dry due to the wind blowing outside. We human being need to take different types of precautionary measure of our skin and health when weather and climate changes to protect us. During winter, we suffer from dr...

Home Remedies For Winter-Hair Repair

Dry, cold, winter winds and blasts of indoor heat mean that you need specialized hair repair during this time of year. While curly or chemically treated hair can suffer the most, all hair needs special care to avoid frizzy, flyaway tresses. Salon ...

Protect Your Skin From Winter Weather

Winter is a thief -- a moisture thief. Cold winter air has an extraordinarily low moisture content, to the point where it steals moisture from the skin. "Add to that any type of wind at all, and the molecules of water in your skin are stolen even ...

Skin-Protection Tips For Winter's Dry, Chilly Days

Weather forecasts for this winter are looking chilly, but that doesn't mean your skin needs to suffer. Here are our seven tips for how to keep a warm glow during the bitter cold.

Essential Outdoor Sun Safety Tips For Winter

Winter sports enthusiasts are at increased risk for overexposure to the sun's ultraviolet (UV) radiation. The combination of higher altitude and UV rays reflected by the snow puts skiers and snowboarders at an increased risk of sun damage, and ult...

Protect Your Skin In Winter

As the holiday song goes, “Baby, it’s cold outside.” And that cold weather can wreak havoc on your skin. Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center dermatologist Amy McMichael, MD, recommends a proactive approach to winter skin care. Here are her top tips.

9 Simple Winter Care Tips For Oily Skin

Having an oily skin means high level of irritation; because the greasy feeling on the face and the shiny oil patches is not something any girl would like to have. Some of us think such a skin type in winters is easier to manage because the dry wi...

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Protecting Your Skin In The Winter

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It’s winter time and the living ain’t easy—for our hair, skin, and nails Well there are ways we can protect ourselves and our skin.