How to Look After Your Skin in the Winter

Winter weather can be harsh on your skin, leaving it dry, flaky, and dull. But with the right care and protection, you can keep your skin looking and feeling healthy all winter long. Here at HNB we believe naturally healthy and radiant skin is a blessing, so here are five ways to look after your skin in the winter:

Hydrate from the inside out
Drink plenty of water to keep your skin hydrated from the inside out. Aim for at least eight glasses of water a day, and more if you are spending time in cold, dry weather.

Moisturise regularly
Moisturising is key to keeping your skin soft and supple. Look for a nourishing moisturiser that is suitable for your skin type, and apply it after cleansing, and throughout the day as needed. Dry skin in the winter is very common, so a little more moisturising than usual is suggested.

Protect your skin from the elements
Wear a hat, scarf, and gloves when you go outside to protect your skin from the cold, wind, and sun. This will help to prevent dryness, flaking, and redness.

Exfoliate gently
Exfoliating helps to remove dead skin cells and improve the look and feel of your skin. Use a gentle exfoliant, and exfoliate once or twice a week, depending on your skin type. We suggest speaking to an expert about a recommended skin routine to do the best thing for your skin!

Keep your skin nourished with a healthy diet
Eating a diet rich in vitamins and minerals is essential for good skin health. Include plenty of fresh fruits, vegetables, and nuts in your diet, and choose foods that are high in vitamins A, C, and E, and essential fatty acids.

In conclusion, taking care of your skin in the winter is all about keeping it hydrated, nourished, and protected. Incorporating these simple steps into your winter skincare routine will help to keep your skin looking and feeling its best. Why not visit us here at HNB for a skin pamper to get you feeling fabulous? Give us a call on 01202 707113 to book in.

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