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How do you stop this???
1. Nourish your skin and keep it protected by using a moisturizer perfect for your skin type. I find products containing coconut oil work wonders.
2. Alcohol strips away moisture from your skin or hair, so avoid products with alcohol. (Oddly enough, this includes drinking alcohol... the extra alcohol in your blood reduces your hydration levels, which in turn dries out your skin. So try to drink in moderation.)
3. Drink lots of water and stay hydrated. Avoid coffee (too much caffeine is bad for your skin and your health in general, plus loss of sleep = loss of beauty) and drink non-caffeinated tea instead.
4. Chapped lips can also be a problem if you're outside regularly (whats the point of looking awesome if you can't go outside???). Use a lip balm that’s at least SPF 15.
5. Winter exercises are the hardest, but don’t give up on the exercise. Just hire a certified personal trainer in Toronto and stick with it! Personal trainers are great for getting you motivated in the winter to exercise.
6. Exfoliate! Dead cells tend to pile up during the Winter.
7. Get that healthy dose of sleep. Get at least 7 hours of sleep, if you can’t fit in 8 hours.
8. Take a 30 to 60 minute nap on weekends or after work. Think of it like a siesta. The extra sleep helps to heal and rejuvenate the skin.
9. Try to wear non-irritating fabrics. No harsh wools or itchy polyester.
10. Avoid over-washing your hair. Too much washing sucks the moisture out of your hair and leaves it dry and damaged.
11. Avoid chemical treatments such as perming or colouring to the hair as it may become brittle or extremely dried out.
12. Eat a balanced diet. Dark green and leafy vegetables are also effective in preventing dry skin and they also help fight infection.
13. When exercising outside dress warmly and moisturize your exposed skin parts before going outside (your face and hands).
14. Wear a hat which covers ALL of your hair. This will help protect your hair from dryness. Shop around for something fashionable that fits you perfectly.
15. Faux fur is awesome. It not only keeps you warm, but the warmth reduces dryness on your skin so you stay moisturized longer.
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