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The coldest season of the year is coming. With that some changes occur in our body, especially our skin and in our hair.
The skin becomes more dry and rough, reaching peeling in some places. This is because the climate is drier and decreases humidity. Moreover, we have the habit of taking baths more hot and long, which also irritates the hydrolipidic film we have on the skin surface.
"To solve this problem, first, take warm baths and fast, without excessive use of soaps or bushings. Choose the types glycerine. Moreover, applying a daily moisturizer is needed to prevent excessive loss of water from the skin "advises Dr. Mussa Helua Gazi, a dermatologist at Belle Santé Clinic.
According to Dr. Helua oral use of borage oil, which has in its composition gamalinoleico acid, helps to alleviate the symptoms of dryness, it improves adhesion between cells and reduces water loss from the epidermis.
If you are one of those people who leave early in the morning, which is the time when the temperatures are lower, be sure to put in your bag a good body moisturizer. Also, you can not forget the lips, they are also the big losers in the cold season. Then also put lip balm in your bag, preferably one that has vitamin B15, as it will greatly aid in the prevention and treatment of cleft lip.
In winter it is normal eat more. So how about we choose foods that will help treat your skin? Drink plenty of water and eat fruits and vegetables. "Foods rich in omega 3 have the power to soothe dry skin, such as fish (salmon, trout and tuna), flaxseed, walnuts and avocado. Seek also eat foods rich in zinc such as oysters, beans, turkey, crab meat and lean. Vitamins like A and E are great solutions for dry skin flaking already, "Dr. Helua the tips.
With the low temperatures people often take hot baths and end up removing all natural oil from the scalp, which serves to protect and lubricate the threads. With the removal of this component, the hair can stay with a dry aspect, brittle and split ends. In some cases, the agency believes that it is necessary to replace this lack of sebum, leaving hair greasy with that aspect.
"Using shampoo and conditioner good quality and suitable for your hair type and make hydration are the best options to keep the wires healthy in winter. Avoid hot water on the wires, always use warm water," advises dermatologist. "It is not recommended to sleep with wet hair and avoid wearing hats, berets, scarves and beanies in excess, since further increase the oiliness of the hair, which can cause the appearance of fungi and bacteria on the scalp," he concludes.