Hydration is the key!
Dry skin is often a result of dehydration in the whole body, which easily reflects on the skin. By drinking a good amount of water during winters, brides can avoid dry skin and also improve their overall health.
Exfoliate once a week
If you keep noticing dry skin, then exfoliating once a week can help to get rid of the dead skin cells. As they accumulate on the skin, they can cause a rough and dry texture. Hence, it’s important to scrub once a week and hydrate.
Avoid hot showers
Taking a shower in too hot or too cold water during the winters can aggravate the skin related problems. In order to avoid dry skin, bathe with lukewarm. Also, make sure you don’t wash the face too many times in a day.
Use bathing oils
While taking a bath, applying essential bathing oils on the wet skin can help to lock in the moisture. Brides must apply these oils while bathing to ensure that their skins have optimum moisture.
Try body butter
If you still feel your skin is too dry, you can moisturise it further with body butter. As they are thicker, they can help to moisturise really dry and rough skin. Brides with really dry skin can swap body lotions with body butter for a hydration boost.
Don’t forget the sunscreen
Tanning is a possibility even in the winters. For the same reason, the brides must not forget their sunscreens. Exposing dry skin to sun exposure can harm the skin and cause uneven skin texture.
With inputs from make-up artist, Samaira Sandhu