In the winter months, I have noticed that my skin feels quite oily and it feels very dry.
The last time I was wearing moisturiser I found that it made my skin feel much more oily.
The skin in this article is my son’s, who is about six months old.
It feels very sensitive and itchy, but it does not have any signs of eczema or other skin conditions.
Skin Care Tips to Treat Acidity and Fluid Loss during the Holiday Season The trick is to maintain your hydration during the holidays.
In addition to avoiding all forms of sun exposure, such as the long and harsh summer sun, keep your skin moisturised, but avoid the harsh winter sun.
The best way to maintain hydration is to drink lots of water during the day and in the evening.
Your skin will respond to your daily hydration by producing more skin hydration.
Use moisturisers and conditioners to keep your body’s skin hydrated during the winter season.
The good news is that hydration helps you maintain your skin’s natural balance and helps to reduce skin inflammation and redness.
To avoid irritation, wear sunscreen.
For extra protection, apply a mask to the face or the neck during the evening and wear protective gloves or masks during the daytime.
Wear protective clothing that covers the body and the face.