Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Guest Post :: Basic Face Care Tips To Follow During The Winter

I kind of love this guest post for the simple reason that it is pretty vestile and even though it is aimed at for the brides-to-be- anyone can implement these tips and tricks that Georgia Selih, from the highstylife.com, is going to share today. Between the heat, cold air, hot showers, I for one definitely get dry skin from time to time during the winter months and will definitely be using some of these tips!
As a bride-to-be, you need to make sure that you look perfect for your big day. So, what can you do to keep your skin healthy, radiant and moisturized if you’re preparing for a winter wedding? Obviously, you really need to improve your skincare routine if you don’t want the cold winter weather to dry out your skin. With that in mind, the following tips can definitely help you make little changes in your routine that will make a world of difference for your skin’s health, look and feel.

Don’t neglect exfoliation!
Some ladies would stop exfoliating their face during the winter time because of the misconception that exfoliation is not necessary when it’s cold outside. That can’t be further from the truth. Of course, you should never go overboard with exfoliation regardless of the season. Still, gentle exfoliation once a week will keep your skin clean and radiant thanks to the improved blood flow. Basically, this is a must for your wedding beauty prep.

Change your cleansers
In general, we tend to stick to the products we’re used to. And when you do that with your cleansers during the winter time, your skin can easily become dry. Remember, you don’t need to use harsh cleansers to remove makeup in the evening or clean your face in the morning. Oil cleansers are perfect for removing makeup and you don’t have to use anything aggressive as a second cleanse. Also, cream cleansers are great for the morning use – they’re gentle and won’t strip away your skin’s natural oils, but will clean your pores effectively.
Moisturize properly
In order to keep your skin moisturized before your big day you need to know what products suit your skin first and use them properly. Applying a moisturizer in mornings and evenings is a must, but you don’t have to apply the same one. Use something that’s more hydrating for the night but won’t clog your pores. During the day you need something light that your skin can soak up quickly but still forms a protective layer from the cold.

Opt for the best ingredients
When choosing your skincare products, you should always look for ingredients that are great for your skin. In that respect, organic products such as the KORA Organics line can make a huge difference in the appearance and quality of your skin. For example, try to choose products that have plenty of skin-loving ingredients such as Aloe Vera, vitamins and natural oils, because they help your skin fight free radicals as well as prevent any dryness.

Keep yourself hydrated
It’s not all about your skincare. If you want to look and feel your best for your wonderful winter wedding you also need to take care of yourself from the inside. Therefore, make sure to drink plenty of water on a daily basis and enrich your diet with fruits and veggies. Fruits and vegetables also play an important role in hydrating your body from the inside as well as making your skin radiant. Moreover, they are full of vitamins that will keep your immune system strong during the colder winter months.
Use masks when you can
You don’t have to use face masks every day, but once or twice a week can be really beneficial for your skin. Not to mention that the whole ritual can be quite relaxing. You can opt for sheet masks with hyaluronic acid and/or Aloe Vera to get the necessary hydration, and/or play with the natural ingredients you already have at home to make your own face mask that will revitalize and rejuvenate your skin.

Even though your wedding preparations take a lot of your time, you should never neglect the time you have for yourself. In that respect, don’t treat your skincare and proper diet like some kind of a chore. Make a true “me” time out of this routine so that it can actually help you de-stress and organize your wedding worry-free.

Author Bio:
Georgis Selih is an author at highstylife.com. By nature an artist, by profession a journalist. An irreparable print lover who is enjoying this hot digital affair.

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