How to cope with Winter and Dry Itchy Skin

How to Deal with Skin Dryness and Rashes in Winter | Lionesse
Are you dealing with itchy skin problems like I used to ?

With the winter season fast approaching, I wanted to share some tips on helping your skin cope with the harsh weather, and decrease any problems with itchy skin during the winter and dry weather conditions.

Taking good care of your skin is always important, but it is particularly important when it is subject to extreme climatic conditions.

Winter skin care and summer skin care may need to be different from the care you give your skin during milder months.

Cold and windy weather can produce winter dry skin. The skin may lose its moisture and be more prone to flakiness and itchiness.

Winter Skin Damage

Cold temperatures and windy conditions can be very damaging for the skin. The air in winter is usually drier than in other seasons, and this dry air can result in dry itchy skin.

People with dry skin, skin disorders or sensitive skin need to pay special attention to winter skin care during the cold months.

Here are some of the skin problems that can occur during winter.

  • Dryness.
  • Flakiness.
  • Redness and irritation.
  • Trigger for skin problems, like eczema and psoriasis.
  • Wrinkles.
  • Thinning of the skin.
  • Rashes.

Coping with Extreme Climate

The effects of extreme weather conditions can be damaging, but there are steps you can take to limit the amount of damage caused by extreme weather conditions and treat problems that are caused by extreme weather.

Here are some tips for dealing with cold weather, and for providing cold weather skin care.

  • Protect yourself from UV rays. Sunscreen should be worn even in winter.
  • Wear a moisturizer.
  • Choose a moisturizer that is right for your skin type and put it on every morning (and night if need be).
  • Avoid frequent changes of sudden temperature. Don’t come home from the cold air into a very warm house.
  • Keep your heating down low and turn it up as your body gets used to it.
  • Protect your skin from the cold wind by wearing suitable clothing and keeping under shelter as much as possible.
  • Give yourself some nourishing moisturizing masks. Good natural masks can be made with fruit or herbs, along with yoghurt and honey.
  • Look after your immune system. A good immune system will stop you catching so many of the colds that are prevalent in winter.

Sick people are more likely to develop skin problems. Include plenty of vitamin C in your diet and get adequate rest.

The most important thing to remember in winter and summer is that extreme conditions do harm your skin. In summer and winter, dry skin is very common, which can cause other problems.

Protect your skin from cold wind and UV rays as much as possible.

By avoiding exposure to harsh elements and providing the right summer and winter skin care, the problems associated with extreme conditions will be minimized

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To Your Health Always,