Argan Oil for Dry & Winter Skin
In winter take extra care to protect your exposed skin.
Dry winter winds, overheated homes, hot workplaces dehydrate the skin.
This is where Argan Oil can help to provide a natural barrier to the weather.
It locks in moisture to prevent irritation that can develop into a bigger problem.
Winter Use of Argan Oil
A little Argan Oil goes a long way.
So it is economical enough to use for the whole body, for hands and lips.
It has a soothing, nourishing, and protecting effect on the skin. Argan Oil helps maintain hydration levels, stimulate cell renewal to heal damaged skin and calm blotchy, flaky, or unhealthy patches.
A little applied to lips should prevent them from cracking in even the harshest weather.
Top 10 Tips for Winter Skin
- Moisturising with Argan Oil
- Extra Vitamins for Skin
- Ex foliating Face Masks
- Drink More Water
- Avoid Harsh Chemical Soaps and Cosmetics
- Boost Your Immune System
- Avoid de-hydrating Drinks
- Keep Well
Moisturise more. Before setting out into the elements and last thing at night.
This isn’t going to make your skin oily but will support it without blocking natural sebum production.
Amino Acids ( Vitamin B ), Vitamin C & D are good for skin renewal and condition.
Use Zinc supplements to help prevent spots.
Gamma Linoleic Acid is know for its benefits for clearer skin. You can find this in evening primrose oil or Culinary Argan Oil.
Winter winds stir up dirt and dust. Dead skin cells and dirt build up.
In winter a gentle exfoliating face mask can clear pores and brighten the complexion.
Try completely natural Moroccan Rhasosul Clay or Calcium Bentonite Clay.
Blend a few teaspoons of Clay with mineral water and add a little powdered sea salt.
Next, combine some pure Argan Oil or Cactus Seed Oil. Apply this to the face and leave it for about 10 minutes to dry.
Rinse off with cold water and pat dry. Massage a little Argan Oil into the skin after.
Don’t’ wash your skin too often or with strong chemicals. This can easily upset the delicate balance of natural oils in your skin.
Winter environments lead to dehydration.
Homes and workplaces are heated and cold weather dries the skin.
Make sure to replace lost fluids by regularly drinking water throughout the day.
Most commercial soaps contain sulfates. These make some soaps and shower gels foam up, BUT remove your sebum.
If your skin feels tight after a shower, it’s damaged.
In this case, soothing Argan Oil to prevent irritation is the best cure.
Get extra Vitamin A / Beta-carotene into your diet. Food sources include Carrot Juice (fresh), Apricots, Asparagus, Beets, Broccoli & Green Peppers.
Cut down on de-hydrating beverages.
The most popular being Coffee, Tea, and Alcohol.
Replace them with fresh juices and water.
Colds and flu drain your resources.
This leads to pale or blotchy skin and an unhealthy complexion.
Take more care to dress warm, avoid crowded closed in areas – airports are the worst – and get more rest.
Some herbs and vitamins are said to help keep away or reduce the length of a cold or flu illness.
Echinacea’s when taken alongside vitamin C reduced cold incidence by 86% in studies.
Goldenseal is also often combined with Echinacea and can help beat chest infections.
Taking extra doses of vitamin C, 500, or even 1000mg is also said to be of help in the colds season.
Argan Oil for Winter Skin Protection
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