5 Top Tips For Dry Skin


When the mercury dips, so does your skin’s moisture level. Winter dry skin is as common as it is bothersome — in fact, 86% of women with dry skin say it impacts the quality of their lives.
Remember men are also affected by the moisture level in their skin.

 

How can you rescue yourself from dry skin? Here are some winter-weather tips:

Protect Yourself
Wear vinyl or rubber gloves when you do chores around the house like washing dishes, mopping, cleaning the bathrooms, and doing yard work. And never leave the house without warm winter gloves — cold air and low humidity can make dry skin even worse.
Keep Things Moist
Lock in moisture by applying moisturizer daily after showering, and right before going to bed. Use a cool-mist humidifier at night to combat the drying effects of indoor heating systems. 

Not So Hot
The more water your skin is exposed to, the more moisture is lost. That’ especially true for the hot water many people turn to in the colder months. So try to keep showers and baths under 10 minutes, and use warm water instead of hot. 

Cleanse Wisely
In the shower, use a natural mild body wash that doesn’t strip skin of its natural oils. A small amount of a creamy, nonfoaming cleanser is best for people with dry skin. 

Say No to Certain Foods, Yes to Others
Foods high in salt and caffeine have a diuretic effect, which means they take water out of your body, including your skin. To promote circulation and fight dryness, enjoy foods that are high in omega-3 fatty acids, like salmon and certain other fish, walnuts, and flax seeds.
To assure that you are getting exactly what your body and your skin needs go to www.mygenewize.com/lifestyles to have your Whole Food Supplements and Skin Serum Customized just for YOU based on your DNA!
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About thelifestylechanger

Glenda De Luca has spent over 25 years in the Beauty Industry, and has transitioned from the temporary beauty fix to permanent health and well-being, helping others transform their outer beauty based on nutrition and movement. She has also spent two years doing extensive research on the effects of pH levels in the body, and its profound impact on your health and well being. THE LIFESTYLE CHANGER Orange County, CA, USA 949.215.5701 Office 408.398.8043 Cell E-mail: thelifestylechanger@live.com Glenda has a Bachelor of Science degree in Para Psychic Sciences as well as a Level 2 Reiki Certification and is currently studying for her Masters in Holistic Nutrition. She lives a healthy lifestyle where she incorporates what she loves to eat based on a pH balanced diet, food combining, and customized supplementation based on her own personal DNA. She also incorporates movement into her Lifestyle to achieve the perfect weight and health. She is passionate about helping others achieve their Health and Wellness "Desired Results" in a manner that is fun, easy and sustainable.
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