Tips for Treating Winter Skin

If your clients are anything like me, this winter has done a number on their complexions. Freezing temps, dry indoor heat, and steamy commutes have pretty much ravaged my skin, and I’m doing everything I can to whip it back into shape for spring. When I received these tips for soothing sallow, flaky, itchy skin from Sella Skincare, I was thrilled and wanted to pass them along. Share these simple solutions with your clients and help them achieve a gorgeous face before the ground thaws.

  • Don’t Let Your Skin Get Thirsty. Hydrate your skin from within by drinking lots of water. Carry a bottle with you when you go outside, sip at your desk, and keep a glass next to your bed at night. Herbal tea is also a great way to give your body and skin an antioxidant boost during cold winter months. Drink up—your skin will soon have a healthy glow!
  • Think Like the Rain Forest – Humidify. Another good option is to put the moisture back into the air. A humidifier (placed in your bedroom, living room, or office) can help your skin remain supple instead of cracked and dry. Even the inexpensive drugstore models can change the air quality of an entire room.
  • Glove Love. It’s simple but it works! Why expose your hands to the cold? Choose a good quality pair that does not irritate the skin and moisturize before heading out the door.
  • You Are What You Eat. Both flaxseed and fish oil can moisturize your body from the inside out. The oils are rich in vital fatty acids and work wonders for healthy skin, as well as promoting shine and growth of nails and hair. They’re each available in liquid and capsule form.

And don’t forget to encourage your clients to step up their skincare regimens. Looking for an ideal option? Check out Sella’s all natural skincare products, which lock the moisture in the skin to keep a healthy glow. For more information, visit www.sellaus.com.

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