Winter Skin Care Tips

Hello my Lovely Honey dukes :* :)
Winter's all set!! and so are the skin woes!! Your otherwise amazing skin can lose its moisture and become dry and dull. Don't worry, a little pampering could set all worries straight and your skin will be as amazing as ever.






The Cleanser: 
  • Try something creamier and gentler.
  • Usually it's a good idea to avoid drying soaps or oil-free cleansers.
  •  A foamy face wash can be a very good alternative.
Suggestions:
  1.  Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser
  2. Pond's Pure white deep cleansing facial foam
  3. Modicare's Pearl white soap { yup that's what I personally use,it's moisturizing and smells heaven }
The Exfoliation:
  • Scrubbing once a week will help you remove the layer of dead cells that tends to accumulate over time.
  • Do not over-scrub, your skin won't like it. 
  • Try to use a creamy scrub to retain the moisture even while you are getting rid of the dead skin cells.
Suggestions:
  1. Fab India almond body Scrub
  2. St.Ives Apricot Scrub { my personal, n favorite too. You need to use it to experience the goodness :) }
The Moisturization:

  • Pick ones loaded with Vitamin E to perk up your skin with all that it needs. 
  • Dry your skin well before applying the moisturizer, a wet skin would take away the hydrating aspects of the cream, which is crucial for dry skin.
  • Avoid clay based products, as they would dry your skin.
  • Recharge your skin during day as well as night.
  • A night skin cream will help repair the damage caused during the day.
Suggestions:
  1. The Nature's Co. Vanilla Vitamin E face cream
  2. TBS Body Butter
  3. Lakme fruit Moisture Strawberry Night Creme
  4. Neutrogena oil free moisturizer
  5. Olay Complete all day Moisture Lotion
Hope these tips will help you get some control over your skin over this winter :)
Loads of love

Keep Smiling
KrazzyKi

8 comments:

  1. Nice post! lovely tips! joined you! :)

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  2. I used that FAB india Almond scrub, it's great! I also love their cocoa body butter, that's their best product, I feel.

    Thanks for the tips :)

    Anusha

    http://anusha-shravani.blogspot.com/

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  3. @anusha... I'd love to use the cocoa butter too, I've used it once.... :)

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  4. Like the tips...
    Hey gave u a blog award check it out..
    http://vivaciousblog17.blogspot.com/2011/12/versatile-blogger-award-to-vb.html

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  5. Hi Ruhie, Happy new year!!!

    I nominated you for the "Versatile blogger award." Check it out here:
    http://anusha-shravani.blogspot.com/2012/01/verstile-blogger-award.html

    Anusha

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  6. @Anusha :) Thank u so much hun
    Love u loads :)

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