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Tips to protect your skin in cold weather

It also protects other organs under the influence of ultraviolet rays in sunlight. Cold weather in the last months of the year, coupled with relatively low humidity, can seriously affect skin health, causing conditions like dry skin or eczema (itchy, dry, red patches of skin).

Tips to protect your skin in cold weather

With the following tips, you can protect your skin during cold weather like now:
1. Daily moisturizing.
Oil-based moisturizers (petroleum) or creams are more effective than lotion formulations for normal or dry skin conditions. If you have sensitive skin, choose a moisturizer that is fragrance-free or lanolin. Apply moisturizer to the skin immediately after bathing so the moisturizer can help lock the moisture in the skin's surface.

2. Clean the skin, but do not overdo it.
Using too much cleansing products will strip the skin of its natural moisturizers. Just washing your face, hands and feet once a day is enough. You can shower, wash your hands and feet with only clean water, it is not necessary to use soap or cleaning detergents repeatedly.

3. Limit the use of extremely hot water and soap.
If you often experience dry or itchy skin in cold weather, take a short warm bath (about 42-45 o C) for a short time. Immediately after, apply a layer of moisturizer or oil-based moisturizer, followed by gently patting the surface for dry skin.

4. Use a humidifier.
Dry air can draw moisture from your skin. A room humidifier can be very beneficial. However, be sure to clean the device and change the water according to the manufacturer's instructions to reduce mildew.

5. Protect the body from cold wind.
Cover your face and use an oil-based lip-balm. Protecting the body with oil-based moisturizers and creams with ceramides is also effective.

6. Use sunscreen.
Remember to always use sunscreen even in cold weather, as the skin is still affected by ultraviolet rays in sunlight. If you are out in the sun for a long time, apply sunscreen every 2 hours to maintain protection. Remember that UV rays age your skin and increase your risk of skin cancer.

7. Take a vitamin D supplement.
Under normal weather conditions, your body naturally produces vitamin D from daily sun exposure, but in cold weather that amount of exposure is reduced (as the body wears clothing). warm, covered a lot). Taking a vitamin supplement can ensure that you get the recommended amount of vitamin D each day.

8. See a dermatologist if you have skin problems.
If you have persistent dry, scaly, itchy, rash skin that worries you, see a dermatologist for the health care you need.

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