9 smart tricks to get silky smooth skin
Winter comes and brings with it skin problems like dryness and loss of radiance and beauty. Therefore, international dermatologist Sybil Fishman advises every woman to follow 9 tips or tricks to overcome winter problems and enjoy permanent hydration and smooth skin.
There are some simple tricks that will help you completely get rid of winter problems, the main ones are:
1- You can also get a heatstroke in the winter! Therefore, you should always protect your skin by applying sunscreen. Apply the cream with an agent that adapts to the area you are in, and if the weather is cloudy, you can only apply the day cream that has a low SPF.
2- Always use the right moisturizer for your skin to prevent it from flaking and drying out; It is best to use it right after showering to get the desired hydration.
3- Do not forget to drink at least 2 liters of water per day; Water is one of the most important factors that help prevent dry skin.
4- Maintain a daily routine to moisturize your skin by applying moisturizer to your hands, feet and skin daily before bed to get deep hydration of your skin while you sleep.
5- Wear gloves to protect your hands from cold and wind, as well as when doing housework to keep your hands always moist.
6- Make sure to eat foods that contain omega-3 fatty acids, which are abundant in fish, and the most abundant of omega-6 in apricots. These essential fatty acids make up about 20% of the outer layer of the skin and are responsible for preventing water loss from the skin.
7- Do not use soap on your skin and replace it with moisturizing products that contain glycerin and Vaseline to moisturize your skin from the inside.
8- When your lips are dry, use natural Vaseline to get rid of dryness. And don’t forget that your body from the inside also needs hydration.
9- Choose the appropriate scrub for your skin and do not use it excessively, as it removes the natural oils from the skin, so use it once or twice a week, and you should choose the scrub that contains natural materials.