Winter Skin Beauty Tips with Rebekah George

It won’t be long until cooler and dryer weather conditions wreak havoc on our skin. Beauty expert Rebekah George is here to talk about tips for keeping your skin beautiful this season!

Why should we avoid long hot showers?

woman taking a steaming, hot shower

Steaming hot, long showers may feel good, but the reality is they dry out your skin. Keep them about 5 minutes or less with the temperature warm. As soon as you get out of the shower, apply your lotion while your skin is still wet. This helps lock in moisture. Using the right lotion is also important.

What can we do to hydrate our skin?

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Can clothes affect our skin?

Green Works

This is true. In the colder weather, avoid itchy fabrics like wool, which can irritate skin. Instead, look for breathable fabrics like cotton to prevent dryness and irritation. Washing your clothes in a gentle detergent also helps to reduce irritating your skin.

What’s better this season, a powder or liquid foundation?

Switch to a liquid foundation. They are more hydrating and won’t accentuate dryness like a powder can.

Some final tips.

humidifier

When you sleep, plug in a humidifier to pump moisture into the air.

Glass of water and bottled water

Finally, don’t forget to drink plenty of water.

* Content sponsored and provided by Curél

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