Home Remedies for Skin Care in Winter

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Mumbai: In winter our skin needs extra care so that it remains healthy and glowing.  We face skin problems like itching, redness and dullness due to lack of moisture. In order to get rid of these problems we usually use cold creams and moisturizers.

In this article, we will tell you some home remedies to keep your skin soft, smooth and healthy in winter.

  1. Glycerin

It is a natural moisturizer and helps in getting rid of dry skin problems.

Benefits of Glycerin

How to use?

Apply it gently on your face with the help of a cotton ball. Avoid eyes and the lips. Do not wash it off.

  1. Honey, Papaya and banana Face pack

Face pack made with honey, banana and papaya will make your skin firmer and younger looking.

Home Remedy for Skin Care  in winter

How to use?

Mash a piece of ripe papaya and a banana. Mix two tablespoon of honey. Apply this mixture on your face and other dry areas on your body for a better result.

  1. Coconut Oil

Coconut oil prevents moisture loss and keeps your skin soft. During winter, apply it at night before going to bed.

Benefits of Coconut Oil

How to use?

Apply coconut oil on the affected area and massage until it gets absorbed into the skin. You will surely get rid of dry and dull skin because it is rich in fatty acids.

  1. Lemon and Honey

Lemon is known for Vitamin C and honey has anti-inflammatory properties which keeps your skin healthy and glowing during winter. It helps to soothe itchy and irritated skin.

Benefits of Lemon and Honey

How to use?

Add two tablespoons of honey in a lemon juice (half lemon). Mix it well and apply in on your face. Leave it for at least ten minutes and then wash it off and apply a good moisturizing lotion.

  1. Petroleum Jelly

It has skin moisturizing properties and can be used for getting rid of skin problems like dry skin, dry lips and cracked heels.

Benefits of Petroleum Jelly

 

How to use?

Apply petroleum jelly all over your body and massage gently for at least two minutes so that it gets absorbed into the skin. If your skin is prone to breakouts then avoid using petroleum jelly.

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