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Winter Skin Care Tips for University Students


Winter brings about all kinds of great outdoor activities, but with the drop in temperatures our skin can start to rebel to say the least. It’s unlikely that your typical summer skin care routine will be adequate in the winter, as your skin tends to need extra moisture and care.

Students who are currently studying for their masters in business administration online are likely to be putting in long hours of study time, which adds even more stress to your skin. So what can you do to ensure your skin looks and feels smooth and radiant all winter long? Here are some simple tips you can follow.

Reintroduce Moisture in the Air

In order to combat those cold outside temperatures your furnace will need to go into overdrive, working much harder than any other time of year. While you’ll feel warm and toasty, that warm air is actually drying out your skin. One of the best ways to fight the dryness is to pick up a table top humidifier to add moisture back into the air. You can keep it at your desk while working on your online MBA degree, and then move it to your bedroom at bedtime. They are usually very reasonably priced, and don’t take up much space.

Start Layering Your Cream

In the summer you can probably get away with a light moisturizer, but this won’t be the case in winter. In fact it’s best to layer your moisturizers during the winter months. You may want to try out moisturizing oils and serums meant for your face. These can be used at night time allowing you to wake up with soft plump skin. For daytime start with a heavy texture cream, then add your lightweight one.

Chill Out on the Hot Water

Likely you enjoy those hot baths and showers in the winter, as well as washing your face with nice hot water. While it feels great on the skin, it’s actually incredibly drying. You don’t need to use cold water, but try to turn it down a few notches so it’s not quite so hot. When you are finished washing your body or face, pat yourself dry with a towel rather than rub, and then follow up with moisturizer while you are still a bit damp. This is a great way to lock in moisture.

Moisturize from the Inside Out

You can purchase the most expensive moisturizer out there and use it daily as instructed, but unless you are moisturizing from the inside out, then it won’t create the effect you are looking for. Drinking plenty of water is just as important in the winter as it is in the summer months. It keeps your body and skin hydrated, which keeps your skin looking and feeling better.

Healthy Skin Can Be Yours

There’s no need to spend a fortune on creams, serums, and skin treatments. Instead it’s about being consistent and taking a few extra steps to ensure your skin looks and feels healthy all winter long.

Kelly Everson is MA in English Literature and an American Author. Her work comprises of articles appearing or forthcoming in over a dozen websites covering beauty skin care, weight loss, diet and overall men’s & women’s health. When she’s not educating strangers with her writing, she’s most likely researching about new discoveries in health, fitness and beauty industry. Connect with her on Facebook and Twitter

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