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How to Keep Your Skin Moisturized in a Cool Climate

by Khirol HazwanOctober 26, 2016

The Philippines essentially has a very tropical and humid climate all year long. People who live in the country often have to live in mild to extreme hot temperatures, except of course for those lucky enough to acquire homes for sale in Tagaytay or even in Baguio City.

Those individuals who live in these areas have been exempted from excessive sweating, but not every problem can be solved by merely living in a cool place. Those that do actually face another set of problems like moisturizing their skin in spite of the cold weather.

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Here are some tips for you to follow to make sure your skin remain moisturized while staying in such environments.

  1. Avoid Taking Hot Showers or Baths

It may be very hard to resist, but as much as possible do not use super hot water whenever you wash your skin. According to Dr. Rajani Katta, hot water is not good because it can suck up the moisture from your skin which will then leave it dry.

Katta also recommends for people to use ointments and creams instead of lotion as a moisturizer for your skin after you shower. She says that they are more effective because lotion do not lock in moisture as well as they do.

  1. Eat Healthy

Lipids, as well as other natural vitamins, that can be found in fruits and vegetables are vital when it comes to preventing dry skin. This is why Amy Newburger from the St. Luke’s Roosevelt Medical Centre is urging everyone to eat healthy to keep their skin smooth and glowing.

Aside from fruits and vegetables, fish and corn are also good for your skin because they contain Omega-3s and Omega-6s.

  1. Wear Sunscreen

It is important to apply sunscreen on your skin even when it is not bright and sunny outside.

Sunscreen after all does not only offer protection from the sun, it also makes sure that your skin remains damage-free from the harmful effects caused by UV rays which may include dryness.

  1. Exfoliate Once a Week

Exfoliating at least once a week will literally remove all the dead cells that can be found on your skin. These cells will make it hard for you to add proper moisture on your skin because they are basically blocking your pores. This is why it is important for you to exfoliate at least once a week so you could remove them and properly treat your dry skin to make it healthier.

  1. Consume Lots of Water

Skin experts would agree that drinking water is the best way for you to hydrate your skin. It can instantly become dry if you do not consume enough water.

Your body will work well if you drink lots of water, making sure everything is properly hydrated and that includes your skin.

  1. Coconut Oil

There are a lot of benefits that you can get from coconut oil and these include having a fair and moisturized skin.

If you are planning to shop for one, be certain to look for an extra virgin coconut oil that is not refined, bleached, or hydrogenated to make sure you are getting the good stuff.

Always keep these tips in mind in case you need it whenever you go visit cool places for an extended amount of time!

About the Author:

authorimage_justinestorJustin is a digital marketing specialist for SEO in the Philippines. He loves staring at large amounts of data while trying to figure out what to do with it. He attempts to write and blog during his free time while watching anime and TV series. Usually goes out just to play Pokemon Go. The internet is his playground while the world is his bedroom. He’s still trying to figure out what to do with data.

 

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