In winter, falling temperatures and strong winds rob your skin of moisture, leaving your hair dry and brittle, and your skin dry and dull. To counter the effects of winter, you need to strengthen your skin and hair care.
If you think you don't need to protect your skin from the sun in winter, think again. Make sure to apply Nivea lotion for dry skin before you go outside, as sun exposure causes blemishes and increases pigmentation in winter than in summer.
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Moisturizing. Use a mild detergent that does not contain detergents, and remember that you should try to avoid soap and non-detergents as much as possible. It is recommended to use the cream on dry to normal skin.
Keep your hair well-conditioned to prevent breakage. Use a mild shampoo and conditioner twice a week. You can make your own balm at home. Take half a cup of cottage cheese and mix it with two teaspoons of honey, rub it on your scalp after washing and leave it for five minutes.
As an alternative, you can use a glass of milk, which is an excellent natural conditioner. Include foods high in vitamin E, B, and minerals in your diet for healthy hair. Walnuts, raisins, and almonds can do wonders for your curls. Follow these simple tips and keep your dry skin and hair happy during winter.