Spring time Bathing

Posted by Ayelet Meshulam on

The climate is dry in spring, our skin needs special attention in order to retain its moisture. Using a little straightforward procedure, when taking a bath, therefore likely to keep the skin moist, resolving drying difficult problem 

Using a little straightforward procedure when taking a bath, therefore likely to keep the skin moist, resolving drying difficult problem :
Choose the correct cleansing product when taking a bath. In the dry season.
Choose skin soothing and softening bathing soaks like cleansing bath oils, bath soaks and teas, use all-natural without any synthetic fragrances/perfumes.
The water temperature should not be too high, try to bath in lukewarm water, Bath 1~2 times per week.
You should not use too much strength to scrub your body, destroying skin protection film, leading to a bacterium intrude into the body possibly.
Pat yourself dry. Rubbing can irritate your skin and remove more moisture.
Apply a rich skin moisturizer immediately after bathing. If you apply a moisturizer while your skin is still damp, it will help seal in the water as well as your body’s natural oils.
{When buying skin moisturizers look for products that contain ingredients such as soy, oatmeal and essential fatty acids that help lock in moisture, such as shea butter, Soy butter, olive oil, almond oil, avocado oil, coconut oil, or borage seed oil}.
Drink water throughout the day to stay hydrated.

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