Everyone has different complexion or skin type. In winters, people are more concern about their skin safety and smoothness. So you need to treat your skin depends on your habits, lifestyle, skin tone and type. Never used anything on your skin you are not sure about, because it may damage your skin and may lead to serious skin problems such as rashes, dryness, dark complexion etc. Instead look your skin type and the product you are going to use. It would be better if you consult with any skin expert and ask them how to use the product effectively and safely. This article will demonstrate 10 common skin conditions appear in winters and the ways to deal with them:
In winter, people with dry skin feels parched, as winter air is become very harsh for them. This is because of the less sebum (natural lubricant of skin) produces by dry skin. Hence, you need to use a best moisturizer that can keep your skin moisturized for long. Slather your face in night cream as well as during the day, as these creams contain oil which is required by the dry skin due to the minimum amount of sebum.
Chapped skin is the result of bitter cold weather that you spend outside. It’s a painful blend of windburn, sun exposure and dehydration. The skin becomes worst and painful so you need to take extra care to avoid having chapped skin and should use best prevention method by consulting with your dermatologist.
Unlike dry skin dehydrated skin always feel itchy or flaky even feel oily and effectively stripped of the sebum that let your skin feels extra greasy and tight. So you need to avoid the harsh cleansers and exfoliation and use gentle products match your skin type. Again, it would be best to check with your dermatologists to find the suitable cream.
Your glands start overproducing oil, whenever natural sebum cleansed away from your skin. The skin become oiler and show dark complexion. People with oily skin need to use gentle hydrating products that can keep the skin balanced instead of just removing oil from your skin.
Keratosis Pilaris breakouts:
The changing temperature can wreak havoc on your skin if you have KP and your arms and legs can be covered in lumpy, red “chicken skin”. Whenever you feel like this then immediately go for the doctor or try to keep your skin Moisturize and be cautious with your usual gentle exfoliation.
It is the most common problem in winter, in which your scalp becomes dry and flaky and lead to dandruff and hair fall. The best way is to consult with your doctor or use an-anti dandruff shampoo and be highly focused on your scalp.
Some people’s Nose gets red in winters that make face unattractive and repulsive. So you need to apply some lip balm to those areas of your nose, as it will keep them moisturize and give a normal look to your face.
In winter your lips may convert into painful peeling lips and take away the beauty of your lips. Hence you need to keep them moisturize by using chip sticks or lip balm and make them soft and smooth.
Dry hands and feet:
As compared to the other parts of skin, your hands and feet have minimum sebaceous glands, means that they will be drier in winter. Keep getting manicures and pedicures regularly and use a hydrating lotion to treat your appendages every day.