Winter sun can also damage your skin, so put on some -sunscreen to your face and hands while going out during winter. The skin on your hands has fewer oil glands, and has the thinnest skin layer than in any other part of the body.
During winter season, to avoid cracking or itching of the hands wear gloves while going out. Having a hot bath during winter season does feel great, but the intense heat of a hot bath or shower can lead to loss of moisture in our skin.
Lukewarm water is much better for a bath during winter.
During winter season, most of us have experienced extreme dryness in our skin no matter how much we take care of it. Drink plenty of water daily to stay healthy always.
Since the skin on your face is more sensitive, use an oil-based moisturizer, rather than a water-based moisturizer so that the oil forms a protective layer on the skin and retains moisture on your face.
Moisturize your skin several times in a day Use various body oils or body lotion products containing avocado oil, primrose oil, almond oil, tea tree oil, mineral oil or glycerin daily to reduce the dryness on your skin.