Fall and Winter Natural Skin Care Tips
The harsh conditions from the fall and winter air can really do some damage to your skin. The cold air, frigid winds, and dry conditions can make your
skin chapped, flaky, and very dry. During the fall and winter months, people with eczema may experience really bad flare ups because of the weather
conditions. It is important to take care of your skin even if you don't suffer from eczema. Following these natural skin care tips will ensure that you have
healthy, beautiful, moisturized skin during the cold seasons.
The first tip is to moisturize more often than usual; moisturize and moisturize often. This is especially important for people who have eczema. Using
eczema oil often and whenever you feel dry will help keep your skin healthy and moisturized. If you are using lotion to bring moisture back to your skin,
use a natural product that doesn't have any harsh chemicals or synthetic ingredients. If you normally use lotion in the morning, be sure to also
moisturize during the middle of the day and at night. During the cold months, thicker set lotions tend to work better so I would suggest using a natural
body butter cream such as cucumber or plumeria body butter.
During the fall and winter, be sure to stay hydrated. This will keep your skin healthy and beautiful. Drink lots of water and hydrate often throughout the
day. You can also use water in another way to keep your skin looking great. You should buy humidifiers for the rooms in your home. Having a
humidifier will keep the cold air out and will keep your skin moisturized. Also, heaters in your home blow out hot dry air which makes your skin dry or
itchy. Having the humidifiers will bring back moisture into the air. However, do not soak in a tub of warm water because that will actually do damage to
your skin. Follow the drinking water tip, but don't soak in water. Taking baths is bad for your skin because the water on the exterior dries you out.
Another great skin care tip for cold seasons is to exfoliate your skin a couple times a week. Exfoliating will help to remove some of the dry skin that
may be irritating you. Use natural products on your skin. You can find body scrubs that are made with plumeria or cucumber that are great for helping
to take the dry skin away. Body scrubs relieve itchy, dry skin, improves circulation to new skin,
enables new skin to receive more nourishment, and makes skin feel soft and silky.
Following these natural skin care tips will keep your skin looking and feeling great during the cold seasons that would normally dry you out.
About the Author
Melanie Nader is the founder of the Homestead Company which makes premium quality natural skin care products including eczema oil and diaper
ointment made with the finest 100% natural ingredients. For more information, visit http://www.homesteadcompany.com/.