Winter Dry Skin Tips!

Now that we are moving in cold weather, dry skin becomes more serious problem. If we turn the heat in our homes, dry air in winter plays havoc with our skin. In more severe cases, skin cracking and bleeding. We hope that after reading this advice may be to avoid any problems with a dry "skin in the winter. May-pronged approach system is designed so that on the eve of the game and help you keep more of the skin throughout the year.

When it comes to skin, usually starting with the NLC (essential fatty acids). As for dry skin, or you can use vegan foods containing flax, borage and evening primrose oil or fish oil use, as I am. As for dry skin, I believe, or work as effectively as others. There are many other health benefits, fish oil, you will not get from vegetarian sources, but for dry skin alone or in a row. My favorite veggie oil refined mixture is Udo (Flora). Since this is a mixture of many different plant seeds, I think that gives you the best balance of omega-3 and 6C. Fish oil products by Coromega ® (my personal favorite) can also give you the EFA, essential for healthy skin. Other brands such as Nordic Naturals and Carlson give you a big advantage, I just prefer the packaging and manufacturing practices Coromega.

On a personal note, many of my friends and family have used EFAs to eliminate winter dry skin, and not surprisingly, it works better than anything I've done in previous years. I think it is sometimes necessary to take more than the recommended dose produced in the winter. If you decide to take more, please consult your doctor for a dose that will be for you.

Another important addition to healthy skin is water. (Why do you think they use the phrase "dried up old man?") This may sound funny, but most of us do not consume enough water, so I call the water additive. How much depends on you and your activity. Minimum is ½ of body weight in ounces of water a day. Example: £ 150 x ½. = 75oz water / day. If you are an active person, you will need more. Since your body is mostly water, it is important to make sure you are well hydrated. I've seen many people, wrinkles disappear simply by consuming more water alone. Give it a try, your body will thank you.

In winter it may be necessary to use a good moisturizer to the skin several times a day. I suggest using a humidifier body twice a day. As for the hands to be applied after washing and before / after being exposed to cold. Fortunately, there are tons of products to help you beat the blues of winter dryness. Many of these products containing topical moisturizers, such as palm oil, almond oil and shea butter. They even taught us about this in my program, School of Pharmacy. Often in the herbal extracts are added to these types of ingredients to achieve other benefits. I usually recommend adding calendula, lavender and chamomile if you have itching and skin irritation. 

Addition of antioxidants such as coenzyme Q10, green tea, E, alpha lipoic acid, and even berry extract has become popular at the moment. Belief that their application directly to the formation of free radicals damaged skin (sun, chemicals, perfumes, etc.), you can attack damage at the contact point. So far there is limited research showing that it will work effectively. Having said that, I still firmly believe in the use of topical antioxidants to help fight free radicals.

More popular brands of natural products for the treatment of Aubrey Organics, Kiss My Face, Jason Natural Cosmetics, Burt Bees, Avalon Natural Products and Tom Maine. He can not even be fair to dwell on this short list, but you can consult an expert shop for more details of the line products for topical application which will be right for you.

Finally, to take an active roll in the fact that the skin is exposed throughout the year. Chlorine and other chemicals in your tub / shower water will help dry skin. Installing the shower water filter is easy to make and will have a direct effect on the skin. Other useful ideas to avoid the heavy soap, harsh chemicals and use a humidifier during the cold months.

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