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Winter Care... 

It's time to take out all our woollen clothes, warm blankets and other things to protect ourselves from the extreme weather conditions. Winter, a season which can be enjoyable as well as 'hard to deal with', isn't it? Our skin needs an extra bit of care, our body needs hydration and last but not the least, we all want to look gorgeous everyday even with those heavy woollens on! I am sure we can relate to all these points. Let me help you all to spend your winters perfectly!


Cleansing, toning and moisturising are the key steps to keep your skin healthy and glowing throughout the year. Along with these, exfoliation is also required to keep away all your dead skin cells. Using natural ingredients is always the best so try to use them. Use good moisturisers so that your skin doesn't become dry. 
Don't forget to use sunscreen since the sun may hide itself in winters, still it manages to peep out through the clouds to emit the harmful UVA and UVB rays to harm your skin. 


Keep yourself well hydrated throughout the year and most importantly during winters since our skin tends to become more dry in this season. Water is life and it can keep your skin soft, supple, glowing and also prevent drying. 


Chapped lips are a big no no during winters, right? To maintain your pink, soft lips, exfoliate it to get rid off the dead skin and then moisturise it well using a lip balm or lip cream. Carry one in your bag to reapply it whenever needed. 


Washing your tresses daily can be a problem during winters, isn't it? Using aloe vera gel can keep away the dryness. Wash and shampoo your hair whenever you need to, especially if you have oily scalp. Don't forget to apply oil, at least once a week. Apply lemon juice to control itchiness and dryness.

These are the basic tips for a healthier winter. Apart from these, wear your favourite woollen attires and mix and match your clothing which can be fun at times! Look beautiful, stay healthy!

Sayantani Sengupta 


  1. So easily told but so worthy relatable and useful tips. Have a happy winter and stay beautiful as you are, both w.r.t face and mind. Continue gifting more of ur precious writings. Lots of love. Stay healthy - titir di


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