Even if you love all the winter marvels from snow-skiing to ice skating or just simply traipsing in some snow, you undoubtedly do not like what winter weather does to your skin... And even if you may have endured the holiday season, you still may have a couple months of cold weather left. So, how should you care for your precious skin system throughout the remainder of the winter season?
Well, you should really have a focus on restoring moisture and should be using masks which are highly moisturizing. Stay away from glycolic peels, and implement hydrating cures with mild enzyme-based exfoliates. For irritated skin, for chapping, for itchy skin, try lipid level repair cures that work with vital fatty acids in as many layers of your skin as possible, and focus on collagen-based ingredients and importantly- peptides.
As far as masks are concerned, these are the versions you should focus on:
With facials focused on hydrating, the skin’s natural moisture is effectively retained and you do not have to be concerned with dried-out skin sticking around... Additionally, a hydrating mask relaxes your layers of skin by decreasing finer lines and helps to make your skin look plumper and restored.
Masks made from avocados are perfect for drier cold weather skin which tends to be highly irritated in the cold months. It is simple to make at home in addition to your normal regimen, simply by mashing a couple of avocados up, adding a small amount of olive oil then applying the combination onto the face. This beneficial treatment will infuse your skin with a wide-range of essential vitamins, softeners, vital minerals and anti-oxidants that will fight winter aridness.
Dehydration during wintertime is the predominant cause of skin irascibility, so this calming form of mask works well with most all skin types... The fragrant oils resolve skin issues by eradicating the pollutants, thereby sanitizing the skin in the cold-weather months.
This sort of mask is great for oilier skin with larger pores... Put a mixed-up egg white [no yolks please] on your face, let it sit for a 30-minutes then rinse with warm water and pat your skin dry. This form of face mask will restore and tauten your skin leaving it looking much healthier.
For combination-type skin which usually gets shocked by cold weather, use a banana-based mask to soften it up... Simply fuse a well-mashed-up banana with organic-honey then smear this mask on your face and leave it for half-an-hour. It will smooth-out, soften-up and condition your skin repairing the different forms of damage produced by winter weather.
About the Author: Thai Morrison, superstar esthetician and founder of her very own day spa & skin care collection, understands that ideal skin is seldom attained with a “universal approach.” Thai’s 20 years as a luminary esthetician and as one Dallas’s favorite skin care professionals, has generated a “real life” answer — products & services that are geared towards each of the different, individual skin types so you get precisely what is needed to look and feel your best.
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