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Protection of skin & hair in winter

Discussion in 'Body Care' started by AGR, Nov 24, 2005.

  1. AGR

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    Hi all

    Can u give me tips as to how we can protect our skin and hair during winter (cold) season.:confused:
     
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    Hi......

    I dont know if anyone had ever known about this simple tip earlier or not but this has been given to me by an Ayurvedic Doctor for my MIL.She has got an extremely dry skin and has been following this simple procedure.I have noticed a tremendous difference in her skin these days.

    If you have a dry skin, just apply a thin layer of ghee on your face and leave it over night. Next day wash it off with curd besan mixture. You feel your skin will be noticeably smooth and soft within no time. I have not personally used this as I have an extremely oily skin and my skin really behaves well in winters. Try it out!! :thumbsup

    I don't know much about hair....... looking forward if someone helps.


    Prema
     
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    Start preparing for winter by protecting your skin

    Beauty Tip
    Start preparing for winter by protecting your
    skin. Here are some tips to keep your skin soft.

    Alcohol, Nicotine and Caffeine act as diuretics, avoid
    them as much as possible and drink lots of water to
    stay hydrated.

    Add oil to your bath. Add a tablespoon or so of almond, jojoba, olive, or
    hazelnut oil to your bath water after you’ve soaked for about 5 minutes. By
    soaking first, your skin gets plumped up by the water, then by adding the oil,
    it will seal in the absorbed moisture

    Limit hot water contact. Avoid long, hot showers and baths, especially during
    cold weather, as they dehydrate the skin. Warm showers and baths for a short
    duration, though, are beneficial to dry skin.
     
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    I apply ghee or yogurt at knight to my kids,it protects his skin in winter
     

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