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For many people, the cold clear days of winter bring more than just a rosy glow to the cheeks. They also bring uncomfortable dryness to the skin of the face, hands, and feet. For some people, the problem is worse than just a general tight, dry feeling: they get skin so dry, which results in flaking, cracking, even eczema (in which the skin becomes inflamed). If you go out, this situation will become more serious. So how do you protect your skin in winter? What do you need to prepare in your personalized cosmetic bag when you go out? This article will introduce the great use of the items in your cosmetic bag in winter.
First, know what is going on with your skin. Due to the reduction of skin oils called lipids, dry skin is normal at age 50. In winter, the skin becomes drier and may feel rough, flaky, itchy or tight. Dry skin can cause moisture loss, which can be temporary if managed. It even looks sagging, more lined and even inflamed. Your skin may be dry or dehydrated, or both. Wrap the skin with humectants (such as hyaluronic acid and glycerin) and emollients (such as shea butter or coconut oil, ceramide and fatty acids in your large cosmetic bag) that attract and lock moisture to strengthen the outer barrier layer and make water does not escape, both of these conditions are favorable.
If you have always wanted to use creams for dual purposes, or do not use eye moisturizers at all, now is the time to make eye creams a daily habit. The skin in the eye area is ultra-thin and dry, so exposure to extreme temperatures can cause more damage. Look for soothing gel or gel cream formulations that contain hyaluronic acid. These will not interfere with your makeup, will not move into your eyes, and will not irritate your eyes. The benefit is that the moisturizing eye area makes your entire face look fresher. If you need to use puffs and bags, keep these products in the refrigerator with a small cosmetic bag-a cold can help reduce puffiness.
Adding serum and/or oil to your daily work can enhance the effectiveness of moisturizers. Choose a suitable skin product that addresses your biggest concern, which is that the skin now absorbs more moisture. The oil will work when you apply a small amount of oil to the moisturizer in the dry area. This skin serum, moisturizer and grease "sandwich" is a seasonal changer for many mature faces.
By the age of 50, you know that skin flares are caused by wind, biting cold, and baking indoor heating. Although every tip on this list will help you keep your skin seasonally healthy, it is best to prepare some special solutions (especially if you are prone to eczema, psoriasis or rosacea). Of course, in emergency situations, classic petroleum jelly ointments in your cotton bag like Vaseline and Aquaphor can also work well.
Now, removing dead cells has become the daily routine of weekly facial care, right? But I bet you are not paying attention to the hands and feet that are about to become flaky. And what about the crusty elbows and knees we hide under the sweaters and leggings? The only way to keep everything silky smooth is to increase body polishing. Shower lovers can try a liquid body shower gel. Bath lovers may prefer varnishes. This is a friendly warning: never use body scrubs on your face. No matter how delicious it looks, it's too harsh.
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