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Winter Skin Care Routine - Step By Step

Winter Skin Care Routine - Step By Step

Essential Winter Skin Care Routine - Step By Step

Winter is here, and so are the holidays. But as we turn our attention to vacationing, we might forget to take care of our skin. And winter is notorious for being a dry skin nightmare. Winters impair the fragile skin barrier, resulting in dryness, sensitivity, and lacklustre-looking skin. You need protection and therefore, we have curated a winter skincare routine step by step just for you.

Some common skin care issues are:

1. Eczema

A very common condition that leaves the skin inflamed, and itchy with red patches. Eczema is caused by various factors such as environmental, issues in the immune system, and stress. Winter weather can trigger eczema.

2. Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a condition that causes itchy, scaly patches on the skin. It is long-term and needs a dermatologist's visit for treatment.

3. Rosacea

It is a common skin condition causing blushing or flushing in the face and eyes. If it is not treated, it may cause permanent damage to the skin and eyes.

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Here are some winter skin care tips by dermatologists:

1. Cleanse Your Skin

If you are frequently facing dry spells on your skin, then you need to keep it hydrated. Choose an oil that works best for your skin and apply it every alternate day. Wash it off with a gentle cleanser such as Hi9 Fusion Penta Fruit Face Wash For Skin Renewal & Skin Lightening. This also helps wash away dead skin cells, increases blood flow, and eliminates toxins. So, you have clear and hydrated skin without dryness.

2. Moisture is Your Saviour

You begin to lose your skin barrier in the winter months. Hands and feet are especially vulnerable, so wash them and keep them moisturised at all times. Moisturizers generally should have SPF to protect your skin from UV damage. Hi9 Hydra Gel Moisturizer for the best skin care for the winter season.

3. Retinol for Your Skin: a necessity

Retinol has huge benefits:


● removes dead skin cells
● improves skin collagen, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
● increases skin cell production.
● improves the appearance of pigmentation
All this creates healthy, smooth, and plump-looking skin. What else do you need?

4. Exfoliation

Exfoliating your skin during the winter is a must. Using a gentle exfoliating facial scrub like the Hi9 Gentle Exfoliant Face Scrub For Black Heads And Dead Cells will remove dead skin cells, leaving the skin soft and supple. Although, experts recommend that you limit the exfoliation to twice a week, massage the skin gently for a few minutes every day, especially after exfoliation. You can use coconut oil, rosehip oil, or aloe vera gel. It will help with the deep conditioning of the skin, and you can later rinse the face with lukewarm water.

5. Sunscreen is Your Friend

Shield your skin from UVA and UVB rays even when the sun is not out—that means on cloudy days as well as on winter days. Use a mineral-based sunscreen of at least 30 SPF for light coverage, breathability, sustainability, and ease of use. Your biggest mistake will be skipping this step.

6. Vitamin C is all for the win

Vitamin C is the cherry on top with multiple benefits such as brightening, boosting collagen production, reducing hyperpigmentation and the appearance of dark circles, and helping prevent skin sagging. It also protects against sun damage, supporting sunscreen. Add this to your routine and see the results. Use Hi9 Vitamin C Face Wash for a winter skincare routine for glowing skin.

7. Add Body Butter to Your Regime

Your body needs some love too, so add body butter to your winter body skincare routine to keep your skin hydrated for a long time. Look for ingredients like shea and cocoa oils to protect your skin barrier from breaking down further.

Here are certain things to consider if you want to know how to take care of your skin in winter naturally

1. Hydrate Yourself with Water

This is the most natural (and obvious) step of all. Your body does not feel the need to drink water, especially during the winter. However, they are an essential part. If you want to keep your skin hydrated from the outside, you have to keep it hydrated on the inside as well. And water is the best moisturizer. Experts suggest a glass every couple of hours is sufficient. It will help your skin combat acne and keep it wrinkle-free. So, develop and inculcate this habit into your lifestyle.

2. Aloe Vera: A Natural Hydrant

It is a natural moisturiser and fights acne. Aloe Vera is also infused with antioxidants that can fight wrinkles. Apply aloe vera whenever necessary, and don’t worry about washing it.

3. Applying Honey

Honey is an ingredient that will work on the inside and outside. It is edible but also works as a skincare product. Apply some honey to your face and wash it off after leaving it on for 10–15 minutes. Your skin will glow naturally. Honey works on all kinds of skin, protecting it against some microbes.

4. Wash Your Face with Milk

Kings and queens have been using milk for bathing for ages. Milk is a natural toner and has lactic acid that acts as a cleanser. Milk will remove dirt, eliminate dark spots, and leave skin soft and supple. Use milk as a cleanser during the winter to act as a double agent for your skin. And what’s interesting? It's available all the time!

5. Fuller’s earth or Multani Mitti

Multani Mitti is a purifier and a cleanser that restores your skin's glow. And that it can be combined with a wide range of ingredients. If you have oily skin, Multani Mitti will absorb excess oil from your face, preventing pimples.

6. Applying Yoghurt

A staple like milk is available. It acts as an exfoliator as well as a moisturiser to fight off the acne on your skin. To reap the benefits of yoghurt, incorporate it into your routine.

7. Drink Pomegranate Juice

Pomegranate juice has antioxidants that protect your skin and fight age. It also has other health benefits, such as increasing RBC count and being good for the heart.

8. Using Eggs on Your Face

An egg is a magical ingredient. Again, good on the outside as well as on the inside. They have healing properties, work as a moisturiser, and absorb excess oil from the face. It contains vitamins and minerals that improve the appearance of your skin.

9. Following a Nutritious Diet

In the end, it is always about following a healthy diet. It is always best to eat what nature gives us and follow a skincare routine at the same time for a lasting benefit. Fruits, vegetables, and nuts aid cell renewal and regulate skin function.

Before you decide on skin care, it is good to know what your skin needs and what its problems are. And know whether you have dry or oily skin or whether your skin reacts to certain substances. Ultimately, it's about keeping yourself healthy by sticking to a routine and maintaining a healthy diet.