Here are some quick tips for fighting the winter blues.
Winter is the time when we inadvertently reduce our water intake. Please drink a lot this winter. The best way to feel better is to stay hydrated inside and out. Modern science has established a link between a healthy gut and the immune system. Support your gut flora by eating prebiotic and plant-based fermented foods.
skin care hacks
As temperatures drop, you need to take extra care of your exposed skin to keep it hydrated and healthy. Exposure has been shown to have carcinogenic, hormone-disrupting and allergenic effects, causing irreversible damage.
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Lip balm: It takes seconds for your lips to dry out in the winter, so always keep a moisturizing lip treatment on hand.
Turn on the humidifier. Using a humidifier by your bed can significantly reduce dry skin in the morning.
Moisturizing, moisturizing, moisturizing: There’s nothing worse than feeling dry, cracked winter skin. Apply generous amounts of body lotion and face cream to retain and enhance skin’s moisture. For best results, use twice daily.
Massage often: In the coming season, it is a must to massage the scalp and body with oil before showering. The fatty acids in the oil help create a protective fence around the skin and help replenish the skin’s nutrients.
Deep hair conditioning: Don’t skip conditioner during the winter months. Deeply hydrate and nourish with rich, creamy conditioners containing natural oils like coconut, olive, and shea butter. is.
Don’t forget sunscreen: Finally, liberally apply sunscreen to all exposed areas such as face, neck, and hands. Most people associate sunscreen with summer, but it’s essential to use it in winter as well Sunscreen protects your skin from harmful UV rays and prevents skin discoloration.
The author is the Group Head of Brand, Community and Digital at Fabindia.